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Te Tari Taake Inland Revenue is committed to building an inclusive workplace free from inequalities for our 4,130 people (headcount as at 30 June 2023), where all our people are valued, respected, and feel supported to reach their full potential. Our approach to diversity and inclusion is based around our 3 diversity and inclusion strategic goals:

  • Diverse workforce - We will break down barriers to inclusion, and celebrate, retain, develop, and attract a truly diverse workforce that is representative of the communities we serve.
  • Inclusive workplace - We will create a safe and open working environment where all our people feel able to grow and do their best work without fear of embarrassment or retaliation.
  • Leadership and accountability - We will actively demonstrate our commitment to an inclusive culture through our leadership, and we will hold ourselves accountable for our progress.

These goals are supported and reinforced through Kia Toipoto – Public Service Pay Gaps Action Plan guidance, and are aligned with Papa Pounamu, which sets the diversity and inclusion work programme for the wider Public Service, with guidance from Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission

This Diversity, Equity and Inclusion roadmap is complemented by an equal focus on supporting the career development of Māori. These actions can be found in our Māori representation roadmap.

Māori representation at Te Tari Taake Inland Revenue

Last updated: 03 Jan 2024
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