Teachers Mutual Bank Limited publishes ‘Reflect’ Reconciliation Action Plan
Teachers Mutual Bank Limited (TMBL) has made a formal commitment to reconciliation through its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
The RAP’s strength is its framework of relationships, respect, and opportunities, allowing an organisation to strategically set its reconciliation commitments in line with its own business objectives, for the most effective outcomes.
TMBL’s Reflect RAP, with 39 actions, is part of our commitment to diversity and inclusion. It provides a firm foundation from which we can contribute to reconciliation through ongoing cultural awareness and employee engagement programs that will evolve over time. Our vision for reconciliation is that it is embedded across our organisation and informs the way we work and interact with each other, our Members and the wider community.
As TMBL, we want to have a meaningful impact on reconciliation by establishing and strengthening mutually beneficial relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations. Our RAP is a reflection of our values and the first formal step on our reconciliation journey. As a values-based, socially responsible bank, it is important that we acknowledge past injustices.