Inclusivity the key at Kmart

Kmart is committed to creating an inclusive culture, where all members of its team, customers, contractors and suppliers feel welcome and respected, irrespective of gender, ethnicity, nationality, age, ability, sexual orientation, or appearance.

As part of Kmart’s ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion, in 2016 Kmart began to feature children with disabilities in its catalogue and television commercials. This was an important next step to ensure our advertising truly reflects the diversity of the Australian and New Zealand community.

In the future, Kmart intends to further expand its marketing communications and implement a targeted strategy to increase employment of people with disabilities. Kmart will review its recruitment and orientation processes and procedures to ensure they are inclusive, and where possible provide team members with workplace adjustments to accommodate their disability.