We believe diversity brings broader knowledge, perspectives, ideas and experiences to our business, which is invaluable to us and our clients.

Our workforce consists of people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds and skills. This diversity is what makes Clough a great place to work. We aim to attract, train and retain people who:

  • Live Clough’s principles as their own,
  • Are highly capable, and
  • Have a desire to actively contribute to the success of the business.

We want to ensure that the engineering and construction industry provides a workplace where everyone feels valued through an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embracing their strengths and their differences, and providing opportunities for everyone to achieve their full potential. We are working hard to ensure our workplace culture embraces the expectations set by our society.

Clough was granted the Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation for 2019-20 by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA). For a copy of our latest gender equality indicators report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, please click here.

In February 2020 Clough’s first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. The RAP outlines and supports Clough’s vision and contribution to reconciliation both internally in the business, and in the communities in which it operates.

Our operations are backed by the skills and values of veterans from all walks of life across the Army, Navy, Air Force, First Responders, and Cadets. Clough is a proud signatory of the Veterans Employment Commitment

Clough’s motivation for diversity is to create a culture that embraces and encourages diversity as it remains one of Clough’s key principles.