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HR Managers Yarn with Red Dust

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What does your Employment Strategy mean for Indigenous Australians in your workplace?

There are so many questions for anyone working in HR ...

Do you have a genuine commitment to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representation, employment and career opportunities in your organisation?

Are you striving to create a welcoming, inclusive and culturally safe work environment that is responsive to the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people?

Do you struggle to realise these intentions?

Have you come across issues that you are not sure how to resolve?

Would you be interested in a conversation with our team about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment in your organisations?

Our free, 60-minute yarn will cover the following:

  • How to meet your RAP or D&I employment targets for Indigenous Australians.
  • The pros and cons of identified positions for Australian First Nations people.
  • Certification of Indigeneity in Australia - the tripartite test.
  • When and when not to ask for confirmation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identities.
  • How to respectfully discuss Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identities.
  • Establishing and maintaining culturally Safe Workplaces.
  • Understanding cultural expectations, responsibilities, and priorities.
  • The history of the administration of Indigenous identities in Australia and the contemporary impacts of this.

Tania Carlos, Kyleen Randall, Nathan Daly, Alan Palmer and Jonathan Hermawan

When is the yarn?

Wednesday 5 June, via Teams.

How much is the yarn?

Our public yarn is free to attend. Optional Tax Deductible Donation.

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