Upcoming Virtual Information Sessions
Hosted by Aaron Gow, Education Officer at Employee Relations and Proud Darug Man.
Our ACE Unit has created an exciting new workshop based on our customer feedback. Recruitment and retention of Aboriginal Employees has been a common topic area our clients have requested the past twelve months and with that our ACE team has put together a virtual session to tackle some of the complicated matters around effectively recruiting the right people to your organisation.
The session will provide best practice tips around the recruitment and retention of Aboriginal employees. It will provide an overview of the processes involved in creating a position, finding a suitable applicant, onboarding and retaining skilled employees. The session will look at what is involved in creating an identified position, understanding what the legislation says and HR advice around building a strong and flexible workplace culture to enhance your organisations ability to retain quality employees.
All delivered to you in a culturally informed training facilitated by our Aboriginal Community Engagement Unit. A great session for employers, managers and HR specialists looking to improve diversity in your workplace. To register for one of our ACE sessions follow one of the links below:
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact the ACE unit on email@example.com
About the Aboriginal Community Engagement Unit
NSW IR's Aboriginal Community Engagement Unit provides information and advice on industrial relations, employment and related matters to help improve the employment conditions experienced by Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders in New South Wales.
Since 2001 the Unit has been assisting Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders in NSW to understand their rights and responsibilities as employers, managers and employees.
Information Sessions and workshops
The Aboriginal Community Engagement Unit provides initial telephone/e-mail information, identifies options and facilitates contact and refers clients to appropriate agencies wherever possible.
The Unit works closely with several government agencies to undertake visits to regional areas of NSW to:
- educate indigenous employers and employees of their industrial rights and responsibilities; and
- promote awareness about the services offered by the Unit and other agencies.
Acknowledgment of Country
Before your next meeting, whether be virtual or when we can begin holding face to face meetings, it is thoughtful to begin with an Acknowledgment of Country.
An Acknowledgement of Country is a way for us to pay our respect to the traditional owners of the land we meet on. It can be done before any meeting has begun. Anyone can say an acknowledgement, although a Welcome to Country is reserved for a traditional owner of the land you are meeting on to welcome those in attendance, usually reserved for a local elder.
When you give an Acknowledgment of Country, it is best to acknowledge the traditional people of the land you are meeting on by name, include Elder's past, present and emerging, as well as any Aboriginal people in attendance.
ACEU recorded webinar
Call us on: 1300 361 968
Or email us at ACEU@industrialrelations.nsw.gov.au