2020 Workplace RAP Barometer

Summary

The Workplace RAP Barometer measures perceptions and attitudes in participating RAP organisations. It has been conducted every two years since 2012.

The 2020 WRB features responses from 28,043 people across 92 organisations.

Outcomes for key reconciliation attitudes continue to improve since 2014Measures for key reconciliation goals have also mostly remained steady or improved.

For example, 58% strongly agree Indigenous cultures are important to Australia’s national identity, compared to 45% in 2014; while 78% strongly agree the relationship is important, up from 69% in 2014.

Also, 65% of employees say it’s very important to learn about past injustices, compared to 49% in 2014.And 41% of employees say the wrongs of the past must be rectified for reconciliation to work, continuing a steady upward trend since 2014 (27%).

Read our 2020 Workplace RAP Barometer frequently asked questions.

2020 Workplace RAP Barometer File size: 2 MB

Acknowledgement of Country

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.

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