Diversity and Inclusion

​​We believe it's the diversity of our people that makes us stronger.

That's why we want people of different genders, ages, skills, abilities, backgrounds and cultures to work with us. By maximising the diversity of our people, we can achieve better outcomes for Tasmanians.

There's a place for everyone at Treasury.

At Treasury, everyone has the right to feel safe, respected and valued for their unique contributions. Our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy recognises this and seeks to leverage our value of respect to foster a culture of equality and belonging.

Gender equality and improving lives of people with disability are two current focus areas for Treasury.

In 2020, we achieved our gender target of 50/50 in senior leadership roles. We continue to actively work towards preventing sexual harassment and gender-based violence by aligning with the Our Watch Workplace Equality and Respect Standards. The Standards promote workplace intersectional gender equality and prevent sexual harassment and other forms of gender-based violence.

Our Disability Action Plan aims to increase the number of people we employ with disabilities, and improve the accessibility of our information, services and building facilities to the meet the diverse needs of the Tasmanian community.

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Current Diversity and Inclusion S​trategy

Current Disability​ Action Plan



Acknowledgement of Tasmanian Aboriginal People and Country

The Department of Treasury and Finance acknowledges all Aboriginal people, the traditional owners of the Land upon which we work, and pays respect to Elders past and present. We recognise and value Aboriginal histories, knowledge and lived experiences and commit to being culturally inclusive and respectful in our working relationships with all Aboriginal people.

Chart of Diversity and Inclusion elements

​Acknowledgement of Tasmanian Aboriginal People and Country

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