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Beam Australia launches AU$1.5 million start-up to improve diversity and tackle employee burnout

Beam Australia launches AU$1.5 million start-up to improve diversity and tackle employee burnout

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Australian flexible work company, Beam Australia, has launched a new cloud-based, data-driven start-up and platform, Beamible, to uncover workforce insights that help organisations improve hybrid and flexible work design, recognise new risks in a hybrid workplace, create a more inclusive workforce and tackle fast-accelerating issues such as employee burnout.

Designed and engineered in Australia, Beamible is a SaaS platform that takes a ‘bottom-up, people-led’ approach to people analytics and includes a simple user interface to enable all staff, HR leaders and CEOs to use it. The company received AU$400,000 from the recent Accelerating Commercialisation Grant via the Department of Industry, adding to over AU$1.1 million raised in private investment.

The platform has been successfully piloted with companies including NRMA, Metcash, General Mills, The TOM Co and not-for-profit, B Lab, with feedback highlighting Beamible has been a major driver in pilot companies’ gender diversity and flexible work programmes, a key issue as top Australian companies struggle to move the dial on diversity, particularly in leadership roles.

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