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Developing the Māori representation roadmap

Our Māori representation roadmap responds to the insights we have gathered from our people to identify tangible actions that can bring meaningful change to career development for Māori.

Our journey to develop this roadmap has been supported through partnership with:

  • our 3 unions (PSA, Taxpro and NUPE), with on-going significant support from PSA Rūnanga and Taxpro representatives from Māori communities,
  • Whānau Māori networks members from across Te Tari Taake Inland Revenue
  • Kaitakawaenga Māori
  • Te Kāhui Tūhono
  • Te Mana Rangahau
  • a range of other business group representatives.

Understanding our peoples’ experience

When developing our 2022/23 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion roadmap, we committed to understanding the experiences of Māori, in terms of career development and the barriers that have been faced.

Through on-going kōrero, and kanohi-ki-te-kanohi (face-to-face) engagements, Māori have shared their experiences and insights. We have worked in partnership to establish the actions that will create a positive impact on Māori representation, and in turn reduce the pay gaps.

This focus is supported and reinforced through Kia Toipoto – Public Service Pay Gaps Action Plan guidance, from Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission.

Last updated: 11 Jan 2024
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