Air New Zealanders
With close to 11,800 employees around the world, we know an engaged internal culture is critical to achieving superior commercial outcomes and outstanding customer satisfaction. It also makes Air New Zealand the kind of place people want to work. This year, Air New Zealand again won the award for Most Attractive Employer at the annual New Zealand Randstad Awards.
For 2018, we are introducing a fuller set of targets and metrics to help us proactively predict safety performance. We have also committed to establish metrics for ethnic diversity, talent development, and employee participation in our sustainability agenda.
You can also read about key activities and projects in the report: Advance Māori throughout our organisation, Health, Safety & Wellbeing, Employee Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion, Talent Incubator and Employee participation in sustainability.
As the national airline of New Zealand, we recognise that Māori culture is an especially important part of New Zealand identity. We are committed to further weaving Māori culture and language into the fabric of our business, and have collaborated with the Māori Language Commission to develop the "Waha Tohu" pin, a Māori language identifier pin that can be worn by fluent te reo speaking New Zealanders.