The convenience channel employs around 75,000 people and as such, people are the most important resource to take the channel forward.
AACS is proud of the foundation that it has built over time to provide talented people a platform to share their thoughts through the Peter Jowett Award and will continue to emphasise diversity and inclusion with more initiatives such as the ‘Women in Convenience’ networking functions.
...ensure the current Industrial Relations agreement is aligned with the ‘now’ to ensure security for members and their employees.
...ensure member employees' ‘wellbeing and safety” is front of mind of any regulatory agenda, law enforcement agency and employer to ensure that a safe working environment is paramount.
...ensure training and development opportunities are easily accessible, wide ranging, and relevant for the sector for today and tomorrow.
...continue to promote content and provide platforms to push ‘diversity and inclusion’ forward within the channel.
to bring this to life, AACS will:
We represent our members in matters most pressing to the industry and strongly lobby for government reforms. With various tiers of membership, there is a level of support suitable for every business size.