We believe in ensuring a sense of belonging for all and are committed to fostering an inclusive workplace and brand where diversity is celebrated.
At P&N Group, we are committed to creating an inclusive employee experience and build a deeper understanding of current and future members that ensures our products, systems and service delivery are designed to be accessible to all.
We want to leverage the numerous benefits and innovative gains that a diverse workforce brings, and in particular high engagement that comes from a culture built on belonging and inclusion.
|⬤||We value an inclusive workplace that truly celebrates cultural diversity and believe our individual differences help us to think better, innovate better and better understands the needs of our members.|
|⬤||We are committed to ensuring gender equity in our systems, process and policies for all gender identities.|
|⬤||We are advocates for safe, empowering and inclusive environments for young people and LGBTQIA+ groups, for our people, members and communities.|
|⬤||We are excited for our journey ahead and are committed to doing better for our staff, members and community.|
We encourage people of all abilities, backgrounds, identities, ages and cultures to apply for our available roles. If you need assistance or require flexibility to be able to fully participate in the application process, please email us at [email protected].
Andrew Hadley, CEO P&N Group
The foundations of our organisation were established some 60 years ago, when small communities of people in the police, nursing and farming sectors banded together to create their own "banks", in response to their exclusion from access to mainstream lending institutions of the era.
Today, as a contemporary customer-owned bank for all people, the fundamental principles of collectivism, collaboration and inclusion remain proudly and deeply woven throughout our organisation.
Our very purpose is “to enrich the lives of our members and their communities”, and our constitution directs us “to promote, encourage and bring about human and social development among individual members and within the larger community within which members work and reside”.
Underpinned by our constitution, purpose, belief, and values, in 2021 we launched our most recent Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) strategy and Employee Value Proposition (EVP). Both focus on building an inclusive workplace, and belonging for our employees, our members and their communities.
From there, our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Committee was born, and our Group’s first RAP is currently under review by Reconciliation Australia. In developing our RAP, we are demonstrating our commitment to advance reconciliation through developing relationships with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples, building respect for their Histories and Cultures through education, and creating opportunities for First Nations people and businesses.
In alignment with this commitment to reconciliation, our Board and Executive believe that we need to create a better future through reform and will continue to advocate for a more inclusive society that will benefit all Australians. We look forward to sharing our Reconciliation Action Plan early next year.
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