MPC Kinetic is committed to better engaging, understanding and delivering greater outcomes for remote communities as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Partnering with communities is at the core of MPC Kinetic’s business. We are proud to work in diverse environments and take our responsibility seriously.
Every project, no matter how large or small, is an opportunity to contribute to the communities in which we operate, including aiding in the development of local industries.
MPC Kinetic approaches each project individually, actively identifying opportunities for local community engagement and participation, that will provide beneficial outcomes for the project team, client and local community alike.
We work in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations who embody our values to achieve long lasting benefits in areas including health and wellbeing, arts and culture, job creation, environment, and social and community development.
Our continued focus is on inclusivity and increasing our commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engagement across the organisation, to create a diverse workforce and recognise the unique contribution all employees bring to the business.
The development of our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is a formal commitment to better engage, understand and deliver greater outcomes for remote communities as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Developing a RAP will ensure we:
• Raise our employees’ awareness of and engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
• Strengthen our relationships and work alongside business partners who are also committed to reconciliation.
• Investigate opportunities to ensure our workplace is inclusive for current and future Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees to ensure we continue to attract and retain a diverse workforce.
• Actively participate in and celebrate National Reconciliation Week, and NAIDOC Week as an organisation committed to reconciliation in Australia.