Interite are committed to social responsibility, diversity, respect and reconciliation.


As our commitment to social responsibility, diversity, respect, and reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, we continue to listen, learn, and build positive and meaningful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers, stakeholders, organisations, and businesses

Our approach to implementation

Commitment from Leadership

Ensure commitment and support from leadership to drive the implementation. Including allocating resources and setting goals related to employment, procurement, and cultural awareness.

Partnerships, Collaboration and Engagement

Participate in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander acknowledgement initiatives to strengthen the impact and sustainability of reconciliation efforts, such as National Sorry Day, National Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week.

Integration with Business Operations

Integrate reconciliation initiatives into core business operations and practices. Including recruitment processes and procurement practices.

Continuous Learning and Improvement

Monitor progress by gathering data and feedback to assess the effectiveness of implemented initiatives for ongoing learning and reflection. Continuously reflect, review, and refine our Reconciliation Action Plan based on changing circumstances and best practices, identifying areas for improvement.

Celebrating Achievements

Celebrate implementation achievements and milestones. Recognise and acknowledge the contributions of individuals and groups involved in reconciliation

Our reconciliation journey to date includes:

Policy Development & Implementation

Cultural Awareness & Respect

Building Relationships

Our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) details our current commitment to furthering reconciliation in Australia. Learn more about our focus areas in the full document.