Inclusion in the NTPS

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Our Hands up for Inclusion awareness campaign commenced in 2017 bringing together inclusion and diversity initiatives under one umbrella. The EmployAbility Strategy 2018-2022 sets out initiatives to simply improve inclusion in the NTPS; this survey will contribute to the mid-point review of the strategy.

We would love to hear from you!

This survey is anonymous and will help us to understand how inclusive your workplace is, how much you’ve heard about the inclusion initiatives and what else can be done to build on this for the remainder of the strategy, to be an inclusive organisation.

Our Hands up for Inclusion awareness campaign commenced in 2017 bringing together inclusion and diversity initiatives under one umbrella. The EmployAbility Strategy 2018-2022 sets out initiatives to simply improve inclusion in the NTPS; this survey will contribute to the mid-point review of the strategy.

We would love to hear from you!

This survey is anonymous and will help us to understand how inclusive your workplace is, how much you’ve heard about the inclusion initiatives and what else can be done to build on this for the remainder of the strategy, to be an inclusive organisation.

  • Thank you for agreeing to take part in this important survey. It will only take a few minutes to complete and all answers are private and confidential. If you have any concerns or questions, please contact SWPD.ocpe@nt.gov.au.

    If you are providing information through this survey that relates to improper conduct, you have an obligation under the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act 2017 to report said conduct to the ICAC. Information on your obligations under the act, and information on how to report is available on the ICAC website. Further, OCPE may provide comments made in this survey to the ICAC as part of its obligation to report suspected improper conduct, whether or not the allegation is made anonymously.

    The definition of improper conduct:

    “Improper conduct is conduct that is corrupt, illegal, dishonest, a breach of public trust, a breach of discipline, mismanagement of NTG resources, or substantial mismanagement generally.”

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