Reconciliation Action Plan
Workspace is excited to start a New Year with an important announcement. After 6 months of hard work Workspace Commercial Furniture officially launched the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
The commencement of our reconciliation journey was announced during National Reconciliation Week in 2019, where the HR Manager and Quality and Environment Coordinator started intention to develop a Reflect RAP. This, our first Reconciliation Action Plan formalises our commitments to reconciliation and sets objectives to improve our relationships with Aboriginal and Torrs Strait Islander peoples. We aim to develop RAP that is holistic, positive and led towards internal organisational and cultural change.
Reconciliation Australia CEO, Karen Mundine states: “On behalf of Reconciliation Australia, I commend Workspace Commercial Furniture on its first RAP, and look forward to following its ongoing reconciliation journey”.
Workspace Commercial Furniture CEO, Tom Clark: “This RAP is a commitment by all Workspace employees, to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to extend and deepen our relationship, and to the broader community. We make this public commitment to demonstrate our desire to achieve meaningful change internally and in our sphere of our influence”.
For more information head visit the Reconciliation Australia website
View or Download the RAP Plan Below
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment Policy
Workspace pays our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and to Elders, past, present, and future. We support human rights and fair labor practices, including through the promotion of diversity by supporting the professional growth and development of our people; and through policies that promote dignity and safety in our workplace. This policy was implemented as a part for our RAP journey and is available together with our Reconciliation Action Plan.
View or Download the full policy below