Here are some frequently asked questions on our First Nations Employee & Supplier Participation Plans service.
First Nations employee and supplier participation plans are internal organisational policies drafted by an organisation to showcase and encourage the participation of First Nations peoples, business and communities within the business. They are governed internally and do not require any external reporting to an overseeing body. Reconciliation Action Plans are formal frameworks that showcase an organisations commitment to reconciliation by building respect, relationships and opportunities for First Nations peoples within the respective organisation. Accreditation and endorsement is provided and maintained by Reconciliation Australia with distinct phases throughout the process.
Yes, if a First Nations employee and supplier participation plan has already been drafted by an organisation, YarnnUp can review and provide insight into best practice and customising the document according to the business and industry.
Yes, YarnnUp can write the copy for a First Nations employee and supplier participation plan. Before doing so, YarnnUp will conduct the relevant internal and external audits to ensure opportunities are identified and their organisation has the capacity to fulfil the objectives within the plan.
Yes, YarnnUp can work alongside a business to help fulfil and implement the deliverables within a First Nations employee and supplier participation plan. YarnnUp will provide cultural insight on best practice and culturally appropriate methodology to successfully achieved the desired impact.
First Nations employee and supplier participation plans are governed internally by the organisation, there is no requirement to report to any governing body regarding your progress or achievements.