We also place a great deal of importance on our contribution to the communities in which we live and work in.

Be it promoting equality by implementing diversity and inclusion policies or fostering a healthy work/life balance, we continually work hard to better ourselves, our communities and our country, every day. Some of the initiatives we make every effort to uphold are:

  • Creating a fair, diverse, and professional work environment
  • Fostering a working environment that respects each individual’s age, gender, race, sexual orientation, and physical abilities
  • Implementing policies and procedures that help maintain work/life balance to support employees’ needs and lifestyle
  • Giving back to the community by offering career services and counselling in local schools and universities
  • Advocating for good environmental practice and sustainability in our day to day business activities
  • Minimising our corporate carbon footprint by encouraging video conferencing wherever possible
  • Investing in reusable coffee cups and takeaway containers, encouraging their usage during meetings to reduce landfill 
  • Placing green plants in offices to purify the indoor air, decorate desks, relieve eye fatigue, whilst building a low carbon workplace

Madison’s Sustainability Committee

The Sustainability Committee was inspired by Aotearoa’s surroundings and our passionate staff. We are focussed on instigating small, achievable changes across the Madison business, with the goal of instilling good habits across all our staff. By promoting these changes in the office, we aim to have Madison employees implement these learnings in their home lives as well. Step by step we have made some positive changes such as moving our previously paper heavy contract signing process online, driving an internal re-use and recycling campaign and providing all staff with keep-cups and Tupperware to reduce use of single-use coffee cups and plastic. 

The Work Collective 

The Work Collective is a new employment initiative that delivers social impact by connecting Employers, Employment Support organisations and NZ’s largest recruitment and resourcing company, to provide meaningful work opportunities for those who face barriers to employment. Launched in mid-2019 by the AWF Madison Group, The Work Collective is currently running as a pilot programme with the aim of gaining certification as a Social Enterprise.


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