As a major supplier of market research across the country, in particular into regional areas since 1976, McGregor Tan has built a strong reputation amongst government and non-government organisations, as well as a strong relationship with rural and remote communities.
McGregor Tan Directors and staff are committed to creating a workplace culture that understands, values and respects the histories, cultures and contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
McGregor Tan firmly believes in positive contributions to help lead Australia to a reconciled nation, one free of racism.
As such, we have adopted a Reconciliation Plan, including a Reconciliation Statement and Policy which is a fundamental part of onboarding new staff, training existing staff and presented to all guests of our organisation when they enter our work place.
We are committed to actively building partnerships with Indigenous agencies and support services, as well as, providing continuous cultural awareness training to all of our staff.
In 2020 we were proud to have commenced the company wide roll out of a staff training program delivered by the Centre for Remote Health to give staff the tools to better understand Aboriginal cultures and context. This full day program facilitated in Alice Springs will be attended by all McGregor Tan staff over the coming years.
After this training our staff were able to conduct face to face interviews with Indigenous Central Australians, where we surveyed 66 Indigenous (face to face and online) residents of Alice Springs and Surrounds, on behalf of Desert Knowledge Australia (Intyalheme Centre for future energy).
In 2021 we also commenced a strategic partnership with Red Dust role models who are committed to improving health and strengthen the future of Indigenous youth and families. They deliver innovative health promotion programs and community development projects in partnership with remote indigenous communities.
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