Our commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inclusion

Garu InfoTech will strive to achieve greater participation of Indigenous people through employment, development and retention, fostering a positive culture towards stronger reconciliation.

Our Commitment

Garu, together with our parent company Dialog, is committed to greater participation of Indigenous people within our business operations. In collective partnership with local Indigenous communities and organisations we commit to the following:

  • 5% of Dialog employees will identify as Indigenous or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Existing and new Dialog employees must complete Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander cultural competency training;
  • Development and implementation of Indigenous Employment, Attraction and Retention Strategy (IEARS) before 2022;
  • Ensuring a culturally supportive and safe environment for all Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander people within our business and community;
  • Actively celebrating the history of Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander people through commercial and social means;
  • Development and implementation of a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) before 2022

Furthermore, this commitment will guide our business to best reflect the Australian communities in which we operate within.

If you are interested in finding out more, please contact us.

How can we help you?

If you’re seeking a way to diversify your team and rediscover how Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander cultural intelligence can assist in fostering a different way of thinking, we can help you.

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Meet our Managing Director/CEO, Brenz Saunders Meet Brenz Saunders. He’s our Managing Director and CEO. Supported by a Diploma of Business Management,

Delivering diversity for South Australia’s Power Networks Photo source: SA Power Networks Adrian Jeremiah, the IT Portfolio Manager of SA Power Networks

Dialog Information Technology (Dialog) is playing an important part in bridging the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. They‘re doing this by growing the participation of Indigenous Australians within the Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) sector by the launch of our new Indigenous Consulting arm, Garu InfoTech (Garu)

We operate beyond the ‘normality’ of our sector to rediscover how Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander cultural intelligence can assist in fostering a different way of thinking towards the delivery of mindful and sustainable digital solutions.

Level 5
74 Pirie Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000

08 8215 6500

hello@garuinfotech.com.au