At NAB we are committed to creating and maintaining a workforce which is representative of our customers and communities and where individual differences are valued, respected and understood.
In 1997, NAB was the first bank in Australia to lodge a Disability Action Plan with the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission. The aim was then, and remains, to improve access for all people who have a disability. The revised and updated Disability Action Plan is now renamed our Accessibility Action Plan 2012-2014, launched on the International Day of People with Disability, 3 December 2012. It demonstrates how we're developing an inclusive culture at NAB to help remove the barriers to access that exist for people with a disability and maximise employment prospects.
Download the Accessibility Action Plan 2012-2014 (PDF, 586KB)
Download the Accessibility Action Plan 2012-2014 (eText / Word, 227KB) - This electronic text format is to maximise accessibility for use with a screen reader
Our initiatives supporting Accessibility@NAB include:
- Enabling people to pursue roles on a more level playing field including during the recruitment process
- Providing reasonable adjustment to enable people to perform their role effectively
- Flexible working
For more information about Accessibility@NAB, please contact Lucy McKenzie on 0400 523 825 or email Lucy.E.McKenzie@nab.com.au
Hear from three of our people in the video below as they talk about what it's like working with a disability and the support NAB offers.