We are committed to ensuring an inclusive workplace that embraces and promotes diversity. We understand the importance of empowering individuals and enabling everyone to reach their full potential.
Successfully managing a diverse workforce means recognising every individual’s contribution. We respect and value the diversity of our people and know it’s a key factor in our ability to make a positive difference every day to those we work with.
We aim to provide differently-abled employees with the opportunity to develop their career while preventing any negative impact on their health, career sustainability or self-sufficiency.
We understand and promote a sense of empowerment for Indigenous Australians through employment, training and development. Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) outlines our contribution to reducing indigenous disadvantage and ensuring that Serco is a welcoming place for indigenous employees.
We lead a culture of equal opportunity, respect and acceptance, and we embrace ambiguity and complexity. We focus on supporting our people by taking action to remove unconscious bias and encouraging honesty in all areas of our business.
Every year we provide an annual report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency that details our workplace profile in accordance with the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012. View the 2016-17 report here.