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Indigenous Employment. Vince Scarcella Boral Limited. Why address Indigenous Employment. It makes good business sense It makes good social sense It makes good commercial sense It fosters new partnerships. Why address Indigenous Employment. It makes good business sense

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indigenous employment

Indigenous Employment

Vince ScarcellaBoral Limited

why address indigenous employment
Why address Indigenous Employment
  • It makes good business sense
  • It makes good social sense
  • It makes good commercial sense
  • It fosters new partnerships
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Why address Indigenous Employment

It makes good business sense

  • Access to a pool of employees whose profile is suited to the needs of the Resource and Construction Industry
      • Unemployment variations
      • Geographical Locations
      • Age and skills
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Why address Indigenous Employment

It makes good social sense

  • Make a contribution to Australian life and society, now and for future.
  • Cultural enrichment of the organisation (in line with HR Working with Diverse Employment programs).
  • Better recognition as an ‘Australian’ brand.
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Why address Indigenous Employment

It makes good commercial sense

  • Businesses entitled to funding for Indigenous staff under the ‘corporate leaders’ project (DEWR).
  • Businesses entitled to funding for Indigenous staff under CDEP and other traineeships (DEWR).
  • Skill shortage areas can be addressed using Apprenticeships and Indigenous Communities.
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Why address Indigenous Employment

It fosters new partnerships

  • Indigenous Staff provide a link between the organisation and indigenous populated areas.
  • Forge closer Corporate, Government and Indigenous networks.
  • Opportunity to build a new client base with Indigenous groups being a major customer.
how to address indigenous employment
How to address Indigenous Employment
  • Find experts to get a Plan or Strategy together.
  • Utilise existing vacancies, don’t create a workforce where there are no vacancies.
  • Provide training and support to both incoming Indigenous employees AS WELL AS existing staff and managers.
the boral experience
The Boral Experience

This is what suited Boral businesses;

  • There was no quotas set or affirmative action target setting.
  • In line with Boral recruitment, Managers wanted it to remain ‘best person for the job’.
  • Indigenous Employment Officer would be available to assist with recruitment and Indigenous Community consultation.
  • Identified some new Boral tools we needed to be successful.
  • Aligned with existing Boral tools to ensure success.
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The Boral Experience

The experiences

  • Blue Circle Southern Cement, Maldon, NSW
  • Midland Brick, Middle Swan, WA
  • Orange Grove Quarry, WA
  • Engineered Flooring, Murwillimbah, NSW
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The Boral Experience
  • Worimi Local Aboriginal Land Council, Williamstown, NSW
  • Timber mill Weipa, Nth Queensland
  • Dealing with the locations that weren’t interested.
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The Boral Experience

Evaluation questions.

  • 5 years on are we any good at it?
  • Has it been cost effective?
  • Has the culture of our workplace changed?
  • What were the major surprises?
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