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ISS Australia announces formal commitment to employ Indigenous Australians

ISS Australia has pledged over 1,000 jobs for Indigenous Australians, through a partnership with the Australian Government. 
Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, held a press conference at the Charles Perkins Centre (CPC), at Sydney University, to announce the partnership. The event was also attended by CPC CEO Michael Milne, cultural representative Uncle Allen Madden, as well as Dane Hudson, Country Manager of ISS Australia & New Zealand, and other VIP's. 
 
The partnership is part of the Commonwealth's new Employment Parity Initiative, which harnesses the goodwill of Australia's largest employers to hire Indigenous employees to help them increase their Indigenous workforce to a 3 % employment parity, getting 20,000 more Indigenous Australians into private sector jobs by 2020. 
 
At the event ISS Australia launched their first ever Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). 
 
Dane Hudson, Country Manager of ISS Australia & New Zealand, announced:
– This document is our formal commitment to Indigenous Australians and provides stretch targets for our business across the key areas of Relationships, Respect and Opportunities. Indigenous peoples play an important part in our business, as you can see here today, we employ people from the centre of Sydney, to the airport in Brisbane, through to remote regions in the Pilbara. We value the skills they bring and treat them with respect, as we do all of our 13,000 employees here in Australia. 
 
The RAP document was produced for ISS by Kaarunga Media and Impact Media, two Aboriginal-owned businesses in West Australia. As part of the project, ISS also commissioned artist Sally Morgan to create a painting that symbolised the ISS Reconciliation values. Each of these elements pictured, represents a part of ISS Australia's Indigenous engagement journey, commitments and activities to date. 
 
The ISS RAP 2015 - 2018 is available for download, here.

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ISS is a leading workplace experience and facility management company. In partnership with customers, ISS drives the engagement and well-being of people, minimises the impact on the environment, and protects and maintains property. ISS brings all of this to life through a unique combination of data, insight and service excellence at offices, factories, airports, hospitals and other locations across the globe.