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At Cushman & Wakefield, creating innovation services on a consistent basis is important, providing meaningful and value to customers.

With over 43,000 staff globally, 220 of them in Sydney, Cushman & Wakefield believe in the following core values, Integrity & respect, Collaboration & trust, Confidence and Mentorship. Part of creating and fulfilling these core values has come from employing people with disability – which has change the perception of the business with clients.

James Patterson, Chief Executive, Australia and New Zealand said, “Embracing inclusion has helped us create a different perception of our business with our clients.”

“Part of our decision to employ people with disability at Cushman & Wakefield was really a commercial decision. From there, we saw the benefits culturally, benefits from our staff getting engaged and our staff wanting to stay with Cushman & Wakefield because we are different.”

Jacqui and Eddie are two employees who absolutely love working at Cushman & Wakefield. Since each of them started their roles, neither of them have taken sick days or even a day in lieu. The enjoy coming in each day and contributing to the team.

Cushman & Wakefield will continue to mobilise and deliver vast knowledge, resources and talent throughout the world on behalf of clients, and to enable them to make the most informed real estate decisions.

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  • "We don't see disability, we see capability."

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Last updated: 24 Sep 2019