Reconciliation Action Plans
Our Vision for Reconciliation
The recoveriescorp group works closely with some of Australia’s largest banks, government agencies, utilities and insurance companies to help their customers get back on track and overcome situations of financial difficulty, enabling them to move forward into a financially sustainable future. We strive to create equal opportunities and help to close the gap between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and others in our nation. Our continued aim is to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to become confident and informed consumers, and ensure that they are aware of their right to assistance.
This is our first Reconciliation Action Plan which formalises our commitment to engage, strengthen and maintain our relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Our vision for our reconciliation journey is to have a positive influence across our sphere of influence, and for our industry to join us in contributing to a better Australia for all.
The aim of our Reflect RAP is to advance this vision by promoting a culture of respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, both within our organisation and within the communities we help across Australia. Our commitment towards reconciliation over the next two years is detailed in the actions of this plan and we hold ourselves accountable for every commitment made.
Taken from recoveriescorp's REFLECT Reconciliation Action Plan (download below)
Our REFLECT Reconciliation Action Plan
With guidance from Reconciliation Australia, leadership by our Chief People & Culture Officer Rachel Aziz, delivery thanks to our incredible People, Performance and Culture Team, and in collaboration with Aboriginal Artist, Adobe Ambassador & proud Worimi Man Gerard Black, we’ve published our first Reconciliation Action Plan (Reflect).
Our Reflect RAP outlines our organisation's commitment to contributing to reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, while solidifying recoveriescorp's People & Relationships Strategy which is focused on increasing diversity and inclusion across the group.