Inclusion and Diversity

Our commitment to inclusion and diversity

At the TAC, we value life and believe that together, our differences make us stronger.

We know that a diverse workforce operating within an inclusive culture will position us to best deliver responsive services that meet the need of all Victorian road users.

We are on a journey of growth to be an inclusive organisation that represents the diversity of Victorian community we serve.

Our vision for inclusion and diversity

An inclusive workplace that reflects the diversity of the Victorian community, where people of all backgrounds, identities and lived experiences are safe, respected, feel a sense of belonging, and are empowered to contribute their opinions, ideas and skills to fulfil the TAC’s mandate.

To fulfil our vision, we’re committed to:

  • Closing the inclusion gap for our people from marginalised communities, referred to as our priority groups.
  • Making meaningful progress on the workforce representation of our priority groups to reflect the diversity of the Victorian community, at all levels of our organisation.


The TAC is committed to building long-term and meaningful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Launched in November 2021, our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is registered with Reconciliation Australia and acts as a framework for our organisation to assist us to improve and enhance our relationships and work with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Victoria. We remain focused on increasing our awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, histories, and knowledge, and promote the principle and purpose of reconciliation in our workplace.

Gender equality

The TAC is committed to taking positive action and making meaningful progress towards advancing gender equality. The TAC's four-year Gender Equality Action Plan outlines how we will embed gender equality into our workplace policies, processes and practices across our organisation.

Released in September 2022, the document has been endorsed by the TAC Board and Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and approved by the Commission for Gender Equality. It was developed with the input of our people through a Gender Equality Survey and Focus Groups. It outlines how the TAC will take action to achieve gender equality in our workplace in line within our commitment to Inclusion and Diversity, and as a public sector organisation under the Victorian Gender Equality Act (2020).

Download the TAC Gender Equality Action Plan (GEAP) here

The TAC is a proud member of peak bodies which support us to ensure our approach to inclusion and diversity is aligned to best practice and informed through lived experience.

Australian Disability Network

The TAC partners with the Australian Disability Network for education and guidance to advance the inclusion of people with disability and build on our disability confidence across all aspects of our organisation.

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Pride in Diversity

The TAC is a proud member of Pride in Diversity, Australia’s national non-for-profit employer support program to advance LGBTIQA+ inclusion in workplaces.