Shape your career with Zac Chodos
Zac Chodos joined WiseTech more than seven years ago, originally as an Installation Engineer. After taking a break to pursue his passion for music, Zac found his way back to WiseTech in 2022 and is now a Rotations Partner. Learn how Zac has shaped his career at WiseTech.
Moving to Australia for a brighter future: Mahdy Merry’s relocation story
Originally from Iran, Mahdy Merry saw an opportunity for a brighter future for him and his family, and made the decision to relocate to WiseTech’s Sydney office almost three years ago. Learn more about Mahdy’s relocation experience with WiseTech.
Shape your career with Fi McNicoll
Since joining as a casual more than six years ago, Fi McNicoll’s career at WiseTech has evolved and grown in ways she never imagined, and she now leads operations across the People and Talent teams globally. Learn how Fi has shaped her career at WiseTech.
How normalizing mental health can help overcome the stigma
In light of R U OK? Day, we sat down with Amelia Chambers to hear about her personal mental health journey, strategies she used to strengthen her mental health, and why she believes we need to normalize the conversation to overcome the stigma.
Resilience and rising to the challenge: A conversation with Katrina Johnson
We caught up with Katrina Johnson, Group General Counsel to find out why she’s passionate about the technology industry, how resilience helps us through challenging times, and why working at WiseTech is a career highlight for her.
Challenging cultural norms to bridge the gender gap
Naoko Nakao, a Japanese Translator at WiseTech shares how she built a career in Australia, the importance of challenging gender inequalities in the workplace, and what this year’s International Women’s Day theme, ‘break the bias’ means to her.
Paving the way for the next generation of women
Dee Carvill, Innovation, Research and Human Practice Manager at WiseTech Global is passionate about encouraging and supporting the next generation of women in technology. Find out about her experiences working in tech, her advice to young women and girls considering a career in tech, and what International Women’s Day means to her.
Breaking unconscious bias to create a better future
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Jessica Duguid, Senior Graphic Designer shares her proudest achievements, her experiences as a working parent during the pandemic, and why she believes we need to break old cycles of unconscious bias to create a better future.
Making our mark in the world’s fastest growing technology hub
Last year, we opened our new office in one of world’s fastest growing technology hubs – Bengaluru, India. Pankaj Giroti, Managing Director - Middle East & India, WiseTech Global shares insights and learnings from our journey so far.
They, them, theirs: Helen Brand on finding the strength to live authentically
We sat down with Helen Brand, Productivity and Systems Partner in the People Operations Team, who shared their inspiring journey to self-acceptance, how coming out as non-binary has changed their life, and advice for others exploring their gender identity.
Rewards Partner Holly Elston on supporting our people and creating positive change
Rewards Partner, Holly Elston shares what life at WiseTech is like under our new hybrid model of working, why she thinks women are forces to be reckoned with, and how her passion for human rights and social justice led to the launch of WiseTech’s new Paid Domestic and Family Violence Leave Policy in Australia.
Carving out a career in tech: advice from Software Engineer, Rue Ching Teh
We sat down with Rue Ching Teh, a Software Engineer in our Sydney office and a third-year software engineering student at UNSW, to find out why she chose this career path, what motivates her and what life is like at WiseTech.