Employment equity for Maori women in public sector

Tania Te Whenua made this Official Information request to Inland Revenue Department

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From: Tania Te Whenua

Dear Inland Revenue Department,

Over the past three years:

a) How many Maori women (and what percentage of the total number of applicants) applied for Tier 2 roles or above?

b) How many Maori women (and what percentage of the total number of successful applicants) were successfully appointed to the jobs which they applied for at Tier 2 or above?

Yours faithfully,

Tania Te Whenua

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Thank you for your request made under the Official Information Act 1982. We will respond to your request within 20 working days from the date of receipt.

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Good morning

Please find attached a response to your Official Information Act request, on behalf of Gary Baird, Chief People Officer.

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From: Tania Te Whenua

Dear IRD,

Thank you for your letter dated 6 May 2020.

Although numerous other public sector organisations who we have asked the same question to, have also noted that they do not ask for ethnicity and gender data in employment applications (or that it is self-identified), they were nonetheless able to provide us with the answers to the question that we asked regarding tier 2 appointments.

Please confirm whether you are also in a position to do so.

Yours sincerely,

Tania Te Whenua

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