Morris is a signatory to the Australian Employment Covenant and is committed to training indigenous people and creating positions for the Indigenous community within our business.
Annual meetings are convened between Morris Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group and the Morris Working Party Reference Groups to discuss and continue to map out strategies for future initiatives to support training, employment, cross cultural awareness and business development opportunities.
Morris Mission or Reconciliation
Morris Corporation believes that enduring relationships with Indigenous communities are necessary for business success, particularly when our operations and sites are in close proximity’s to communities on Indigenous traditional lands. Morris Corporation will continue to work to establish positive relationships with Indigenous people within the regions of its operations and surrounding areas to ensure that Indigenous communities receive mutual benefits from its operations.
Morris Vision for Reconciliation
The Morris vision for reconciliation is to create strong, enduring relationships with Indigenous people and communities that will achieve positive outcomes for all parties involved, working in partnerships which assist to strengthen the capacity of Indigenous communities and maximize economic opportunities derived on traditional lands.
Our relationships with traditional owners and other Indigenous people is a work in progress, and we are learning along the way. Morris Corporation has made a genuine commitment to create as many opportunities for local Indigenous people across all of our sites.
Morris recognise that our business will only be successful when those that we touch benefit by their association with us. We aim to build solid relationships with Indigenous Communities to ensure they understand our business, and how they can contribute to, and benefit from it.