Show Me The Way Blog
Sunday, July 29, 2012
On 16 July, the Westpac Group launched the 2012-2014 Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in Redfern, NSW.
The Westpac Group RAP, first launched in October 2010, sets out the Westpac Group's progress against achievements, intentions and updated goals for supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities, including both Westpac Group customers and employees.
L to R: Kate Blizard, Westpac Group HR, Gail Kelly, CEO Westpac Group, Chris Maguire, general manager Show Me The Way and Lola Forester, chair Show Me The Way.
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"Westpac Group is proud of our relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and the business partners who support our focus on increasing the representation of ATSI employees. The School-based trainee mentoring program is a great example of working together to support, engage and inspire young employees starting off their working careers." said Gail Kelly, CEO Westpac Group.
Lola Forester with Jean Lewis after she received her Indigenous Australian Employee Ambassador Award at the Westpac Group RAP. Jean became a Show Me The Way Learning Partner in 2011 and returned for the 2012 Show Me The Way program.