ComfortDelGro Australia (CDC), together with CDC NSW has launched its Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) to strengthen its relationships and contributions to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander reconciliation, in partnership with its Australia-wide businesses.
CDC’s RAP begins with the company’s vision, which is to create and maintain a culturally inclusive, educated organisation, while being a partner that supports, understands and respects the aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The Plan focuses on encouraging mutual respect by educating our people on reconciliation, cultures and histories and recognising significant calendar dates. CDC is also actively searching for opportunities to increase employment, improve retention and create better outcomes from our procurement processes.
To learn more about the CDC RAP, please go to comfortdelgro.com.au/about-us/reconciliation-action-plan/.
Our First Nations Liaison Officer
At CDC NSW we are proud to have Paul Bates, First Nations Liaison Officer on our team.
Paul’s role is to support the CDC NSW Diversity Inclusion Plan and Aboriginal Participation Plan, with a focus on encouraging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation in the workforce and supporting the development and implementation of policies, programs and practices that promote a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Join CDC NSW Team
We are working on growing our talent community. We embrace diversity and if you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and want to find a secure job, we look forward to hearing from you.
Become Our Supplier
In line with CDC NSW’s Procurement Policy which incorporated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander procurement objectives, CDC NSW has recognised a significant opportunity to increase the skills and participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples within both our business and supply chain.
Projects With the Community
Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation
We proudly support our major partner Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation, which works tirelessly to support Stolen Generation Survivors and their descendants and share their stories with audiences across New South Wales with their Mobile Education Centre Bus. Our drivers enjoy driving their Mobile Education Centre Bus to engagements where the Kinchela Boys Home Uncles share their stories and messages of healing. Our staff and management have developed a deeper understanding of the reconciliation process by experiencing stories of the Kinchela Uncles.