31 August 2022
PERTH: With an aim to establish strong foundations for reconciliation, education and awareness, Zetta announces the launch of their Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
Zetta’s vision is of a united and equitable Australia. They want to see a country where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are valued, respected, have equal access to opportunities and an equal opportunity to contribute. Their Reflect RAP is a step towards advocating for positive change.
Nathan Harman, CEO of Zetta said our decision to develop a RAP is our commitment to challenge our business to do better.
“Our RAP seeks to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, promote reconciliation, build respect and raise cultural awareness,” Mr Harman said.
“In developing our RAP, we have sought the insights of our team, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders, clients and education providers to develop something that is meaningful and as effective as possible.”
Zetta’s focus is on practical actions, in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders, to support a greater representation in the ICT profession. Empowering students with an increasing knowledge of ICT is a great first step that helps support, sustain and enhance First Peoples’ communities.
Karen Mundine, CEO of Reconciliation Australia, said Zetta joins a network of more than 1,100 corporate, government, and not-for-profit organisations that have made a formal commitment to reconciliation through the RAP program.
“The RA program’s strength is its framework of relationships, respect, and opportunities, allowing an organisation to strategically set its reconciliation commitment in line with its own business objectives for the most effective outcomes,” Ms. Mundine said.
A working group led by Mr Harman and made up of volunteers from across the business has been formed to drive internal engagement, awareness and execution of the RAP.
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