Fostering flexibility and growth

March 8, 2024 BY

Moore Australia has provided opportunities for female employees who have different backgrounds and career goals.

MOORE Australia, part of a global network of chartered accountants, auditors, and business advisors, prioritises a balanced and flexible workplace.

With a team composition of 55 per cent female and 45 per cent male members, the firm advocates flexibility and alternative work arrangements, including remote work and flexible hours, to foster an environment that encourages greater job satisfaction, increased productivity, and improved retention rates.

In today’s evolving workplaces, nurturing the growth of team members is crucial to Moore’s success.

Understanding diverse needs, the firm implements initiatives to provide autonomy and support, enabling team members to thrive personally and professionally.

Moore Australia ensures equal opportunities for career advancement, fostering an inclusive environment.

Through comprehensive professional development programs encompassing leadership training, tuition reimbursement, and certification support, the firm equips its team with the necessary tools to excel, while promoting a culture of innovation and adaptability for long-term success.

Simone’s journey exemplifies Moore’s commitment to nurturing career growth.

She began her employment with the firm as a personal assistant eight years ago.

Simone’s ambition led her back into bookkeeping, where she later transitioned into a hybrid role between corporate bookkeeping and family office.

Inspired by Lucie McKenna (Director, Family Office), Simone’s dedication to client service propelled her to the role of Senior Client Services Officer within the Family Office division.

“Moore Australia has been instrumental in fostering my professional growth and development,” she said.

Sam’s success at Moore Australia has led her to span various administrative roles and obtain certification in accounting and HR.

As a Senior Bookkeeper at the firm, her expertise extends to providing client training in accounting software.

Recognised for her leadership potential, Sam’s participation in the Emerging Leaders Conference highlights the firm’s commitment to nurturing talent.

Balancing career aspirations with parenthood, Sam appreciates the firm’s support in achieving both personal and professional fulfillment.

“Moore Australia has been instrumental in supporting me as a working parent, allowing me to excel both professionally and personally,” she said.

Similarly, drawing from over 15 years of experience, Tracey leveraged her strengths to achieve success in her role as the Self-Managed Superannuation Funds Manager at Moore Australia.

Having previously served clients both regionally and rurally during her tenure at ProAdvice, her transition to Moore following the merger in July 2023 marked a significant milestone in her career.

“I’m looking to leverage the extensive resources and experience available at Moore Australia, as a larger firm, to provide excellent service to clients and continue advancing my career,” she said.

Moore Australia’s recent expansion and integration efforts underscore its substantial investment in the region, marking a milestone in its eight-year journey since opening.

The growth from a team of 10 to 40 members reflects its commitment to the region.

As the firm prepares to consolidate two locations into a new office build within a prominent Geelong building to cater for sustainable growth, it not only demonstrates dedication to the region but also fosters an environment suited for collaboration, innovation, and career progression.

Integrating the two offices enhances the firm’s regional reach and client service capabilities, opening new avenues for growth and development for its team members.