We are proud to employ over 14,500 from all walks of life, of different stages and ages, varied cultures and beliefs. We want our people to be able to say I can - and then do. We want our team to be proud to say they work for Fletcher Building. Find out what values we uphold to make sure we continuously cultivate a culture where our people; are focused on safety and delivering strong performance through operational excellence, are curious and innovative and strive to understand and anticipate the needs of our customers.
We aim to create a high-performing culture where our people have high levels of engagement and enjoy coming to work each day. A great culture and highly engaged people correlate strongly to business success, and we actively measure and influence engagement to ensure we are continually improving year on year.
Our people are guided by our purpose and four values – Protect, Be Bold, Customer Leading, and Better Together – which help us create the kind of workplace that delivers great results, in the right way.
Developing our people to grow within Fletcher Building is one of our priorities. In 2021, over 37% of our open positions were filled by internal candidates, creating, in turn, new opportunities for junior roles.
With some 30 different business units operating in New Zealand, Australia, and the South Pacific there is a world of opportunity waiting for you at Fletcher Building.
To help our people balance work and personal commitments Fletcher Building provides a variety of different flexible work options, including flexible working hours, part-time roles, and working-from-home. Given the many and varied roles we have on offer, the flexible working options available will differ from business to business depending on the nature of the role and operational requirements. Our people are encouraged to explore what may work for them and their team with their manager.
Many of our businesses and brands are household names and the range of roles available within Fletcher Building are as diverse as the company itself. We employ Engineers, Innovators, Salespeople, Marketers, Business Support & Administrators, Manufacturers, Truck drivers, Accountants, Human Resources experts, Digital & Technology gurus, Graduates – amongst many others.
We are always looking for new talent, with over 2,600 people joining us in 2021. If your values align with ours and you’d like to find out more about working at Fletcher Building, check out our current vacancies.
The possibilities for your career are limitless.
Fletcher Building believes in a workplace where differences in gender, gender identity, age, race, nationality, sexual orientation, physical ability, thinking style and background are welcomed and included.
It’s important that all our people can access the opportunities available and can bring their ‘whole self’ to work. We will put ourselves in others shoes, learn from each other and speak up when things don’t seem right.
Some of our activities to support inclusion and diversity are:
We are members of Champions for Change who drive for diversity and inclusion in workplaces.
We welcome first-time job seekers and youth through our targeted recruitment campaigns and partner with government and community groups to attract people.
We provide training to support our people starting out in work, throughout their career and to their family members through our Employee Educational Fund.
We have employee action groups with Executive sponsors for our women, Māori and LGBTQ+ employees, providing a diverse employee viewpoint to our senior management.
We currently have over 500 of our people proudly identifying as part of the LGBTQ+ community.
In 2015, we were New Zealand’s first construction and building materials company to achieve the Rainbow Tick accreditation. Inclusion of the rainbow community continues to be important to us and we have renewed our accreditation every year.
We are a principal sponsor of the First Foundation and Tupu Toa, which focus on development and work opportunities for indigenous youth and those from challenging backgrounds.
Our Māori leadership program, Whakatupu, is developing a pipeline of Māori leaders.
We participate in the Growing Pasifika Niu leadership programme to grow our pipeline of Pacific leaders.
We work with universities, the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) and the Women in Infrastructure Network to attract more women into our industry. Our target is to increase the percentage of women in operational roles by 1% year-on-year.
In 2019, we launched Tradelink Women in Plumbing, an initiative that champions women in the plumbing industry and our internal Women in Technology group is now up and running.