SAGE is committed to providing a safe, flexible, and respectful environment for everyone. Our Equal Opportunity principles foster a strong team environment and enable people to do their best work.
SAGE Group values and promotes a culture where we celebrate gender diversity, equity and equality.
We are committed to recognising the value of a diverse range of generational knowledge and experience, acknowledging the importance it has in building innovative thinking and a dynamic working environment.
SAGE Group employees are invited to get involved in initiatives that are designed to foster change and wellbeing in our workplaces and wider communities. Some of our initiatives include:
SAGE Group’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was developed to demonstrate our commitment to creating stronger relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.
The RAP Working Group are responsible for working together to deliver the initiatives in the Reconciliation Action Plan.
Q&A with SAGE electrical apprentice, Ryleigh Hunt
First crossing paths with SAGE as part of the Prelude to the Future Program, Ryleigh quickly turned a two-week work placement into a four-year apprenticeship through her strong work ethic and drive to learn.
Creating a Smarter Future, Better World with Henry Clayden-Rose
Henry Clayden-Rose started his journey with SAGE Automation while still studying at university as a part of SAGE’s graduate engineering program. Since then, he’s called SAGE home – advancing his career while becoming an integral part of the transport team.
Women choose SAGE for next career step
SAGE has been on an exciting journey of growth since being established in a backyard shed. As the company has grown to more than 450 employees, variety on the job and growing career opportunities are a common draw card for women to work at SAGE.