DCJ Inclusion Strategy

The DCJ Inclusion Strategy 2021-2025 (PDF , 894.9 KB) sets out the direction and goals that we are working towards to create an inclusive, diverse and accessible workplace.

About the strategy

The strategy includes the representation goals and inclusion benchmarks we want to meet between 2021 and 2025, and the governance and reporting we will put in place to monitor our progress.

It has four areas of focus:

  • leading an inclusive culture: engaging and developing leaders who role model DCJ values
  • inclusion is everyone’s business: the contribution of our employees to building an inclusive culture where our clients, communities and colleagues feel respected and valued
  • attract and recruit: how we will build a diverse and inclusive workforce
  • develop and retain: how we will provide opportunities for professional growth and development.

Annual business outcome plans will be developed to ensure the strategy is implemented. This will help us monitor and report on our progress.

The strategy includes the Premier’s Priority diversity representation targets, other sector benchmarks and DCJ’s own representation goals.

Inclusion at DCJ

At DCJ, we are committed to creating a respectful, safe and inclusive workplace where everyone’s contributions and differences are valued.

Inclusion helps builds a workforce that is reflective of the communities that we work in. It enables diverse thinking which improves the outcomes for the people that we serve.

Last updated:

22 Jul 2022

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