DIVERSITY & inclusion AT The Star Entertainment Group

At The Star Entertainment Group our vision is to be Australia’s leading integrated resort company. We fully harness our unique opportunities in each property, to provide the most thrilling guest experiences in ways that truly reflect the unique character of our cities.

Diversity and inclusion is a key aspect of our strategy and the way in which we choose to conduct our business. Our values – Ownership, True Teamwork, Welcoming and City Pride – highlight what we believe in and our authentic approach to Diversity and Inclusion is built on these beliefs.

I know that building talented teams will enable The Star Entertainment Group to have the broadest and most talented pool of people available for current and future roles. With engaged, enabled and empowered people, we can deliver thrilling experiences.

The Star Entertainment Group’s properties have always been a part of, and contributed significantly to, our communities. As a result, we must reflect the diversity of our local community. I am proud of the role we have as a leading business and The Star Entertainment Group will always aim to connect to our communities through our diversity. 

Matt Bekier
CEO & Managing Director



To encourage everyone to be their best self at every age and every stage, primarily through the provision of greater career support for mature aged employees and through a range of policies and practices that allow our people to optimise their late career.


Having a welcoming culture for our mature aged employees as measured by our employee engagement survey.



To foster a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment for LGBTQI team members and guests, and to enable everyone to be their best and true self.


LGBTQI-inclusive employer as measured by our increasing scores on the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI).



To promote gender equality in all aspects of our business by championing change and advocating opportunities for all individuals.


50% female representation of leaders by 2020.



To capitalise on the cultural diversity and capability of our workforce to better service our customers, and to create and/or strengthen frameworks, policies and practices that are supportive of multicultural team members.


20% Asian* representation of leaders by 2020.

*We define Asian employees as those with East Asian, South-East Asian or South Asian ethnicity, whether they are Australian-born or overseas-born.