Our FY23 Annual Report is a first for Easy Agile. Following on from our Sustainability, Community and Inclusion Report published in 2021, the aim of this report is to share a snapshot of the health of Easy Agile and a glimpse of the future as we see it. We want to create visibility and transparency, not only around our sustainability and DEI commitments, but around Easy Agile as a business, our people, our commitments, and our plans.
This is our commitment to doing better, sharing better (through ongoing annual report publications), and living the values that define us at Easy Agile.
Every day is an opportunity for us, and if each day we achieve even just a little better we know we’re on the right path.
Sustainability isn’t just about being green, it’s about how we impact and influence the world; the environment, the people, the economy. It’s about being responsible in the way we do business and contribute to society. We know that being a sustainable business is a larger mission that encapsulates the diversity of our team and our wider community, and we believe that we have an important role to play in helping to shape our industry’s best-practice and influencing those around us.
We know that it takes a village. And we know the importance of embracing a village that supports one another in reaching our goals. Our community here in the Illawarra is fundamental to our being, and we believe that we play an important role in supporting and building the community around us through employing locally, supporting local business, corporate sponsorships, and giving back.
Part of building a sustainable agile business is building diversity, equity and inclusion into the systems, structures, programs, products and ways of work at Easy Agile.
We believe in the talent, uniqueness and power of every individual, that our differences should be celebrated at every intersection, and we believe these differences are strengths that will propel us forward into a more inclusive, equitable world.
As a team, we meet, work, and live across vast Country spanning the east coast of Australia; Dharawal, Gadigal, Wadawurrung, Kulin and Goodjingburra Country.
We acknowledge the Countries where we work, live and play, for it is here we share.
We acknowledge the people of these lands, for our connection is meaningful.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the past, present and future Traditional Owners and Elders and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.