Are-able believes that everyone is unique and deserves equality. We value diversity and inclusion for all of our employees, employers, clients and community partners. We’re also wholly committed to the Equal Employment Opportunity principles.
Are-able is proud to take the first steps in its journey towards Reconciliation. Working with Reconciliation Australia, are-able is creating a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). This exploration and reflection will provide our organisation with the opportunity to improve our corporate culture, client relations, recruitment processes and stakeholder engagement. As a diverse organisation, we’ll be better able to build skills, perspective and experience, leading to more innovative ways to engage with all our stakeholders.
What diversity and inclusion means to are-able
Are-able believes everyone should be represented. Diversity is made up of people with different backgrounds, personalities experiences and beliefs. It also includes a vast range of characteristics and experiences unique to the individual, such as ethnicity, gender, age, race, religion, disability, sexuality, education, location, language, career path, life experience, income, marital status, parental status and many other elements.
Our differences shape the way we view the world and impact our perspective and approach. At are-able, diversity is about recognising and valuing people based on our differences.
Our commitment to inclusion ensures that every person who works with us, and for us, has a voice. We’re for equal opportunity – without barriers.
Are-able reduces barriers for people living with disability
Are-able has a person-centred approach, which means all people are treated with dignity and respect. At every stage, we consider the individual needs and accessibility requirements of our clients, employees and community partners.
Are-able takes social responsibility seriously
As an innovative not-for-profit and equal opportunity employer, we regularly evaluate our social impact on local communities.
Our aim is to achieve sustainable community goals:
- Gender equality
- Employer of Choice
- Partner of Choice
- Provider of Choice
- Health and Safety for all
- Innovation and new business
- Environmental responsibility
- Social Impact