SA Health Flexible Working Survey

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The SA Health Gender Equality and Diversity Steering Committee is developing and implementing initiatives to assist SA Health in elevating gender equality and diversity at all levels of the organisation.

SA Health acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of the land we live and work upon, and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

PLEASE NOTE THE SA HEALTH FLEXIBLE WORKING SURVEY CLOSING DATE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 25 JULY 2022

What's being decided?

In 2020 The SA Health Gender Equality and Diversity Steering Committee (GEDSC) released the committee Strategic Directions 2020 to 2023 with four areas of focus for 2020 to 2023:

  • Promotion and Awareness
  • Performance and Accountability
  • Equality in Action
  • Pathways to Leadership.


Background

The Gender Equality and Diversity Steering Committee is made up of passionate employees from across the SA Health portfolio. We advocate for diversity, are a voice for gender equality, and are a high level influencer of cultural change. Equality, equity, intersectionality, and diversity are our guiding principles.

Gathering data and undertaking further analysis is essential in ascertaining a full understanding of the current culture within SA Health when it comes to gender equality and diversity. By further engaging the diverse and lived experience of our workforce we aim to ensure every South Australian, be they a consumer or a worker with SA Health, reaches the best possible outcomes for their health and wellbeing.


Get involved

Find out more:

Have your say by:

  • consider joining the Steering Committee - register an expression of interest by contacting us
  • taking our flexible working survey below (open 30 May to 27 June 2022 25 July 2022)
  • sharing a comment on our 'guestbook' (open 30 May to 27 June 2022 25 July 2022)
  • write an entry in our ‘stories’ (open 30 May to 27 June 2022 25 July 2022)


What are the next steps?

Please take part in our survey, spare a moment to sign our guestbook, or share a post to our stories section.

If you are uncertain about a particular term or question, please take a moment to investigate it safely, or contact us for clarification (all queries will be treated respectfully and in confidence).


The SA Health Gender Equality and Diversity Steering Committee is developing and implementing initiatives to assist SA Health in elevating gender equality and diversity at all levels of the organisation.

SA Health acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of the land we live and work upon, and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

PLEASE NOTE THE SA HEALTH FLEXIBLE WORKING SURVEY CLOSING DATE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 25 JULY 2022

What's being decided?

In 2020 The SA Health Gender Equality and Diversity Steering Committee (GEDSC) released the committee Strategic Directions 2020 to 2023 with four areas of focus for 2020 to 2023:

  • Promotion and Awareness
  • Performance and Accountability
  • Equality in Action
  • Pathways to Leadership.


Background

The Gender Equality and Diversity Steering Committee is made up of passionate employees from across the SA Health portfolio. We advocate for diversity, are a voice for gender equality, and are a high level influencer of cultural change. Equality, equity, intersectionality, and diversity are our guiding principles.

Gathering data and undertaking further analysis is essential in ascertaining a full understanding of the current culture within SA Health when it comes to gender equality and diversity. By further engaging the diverse and lived experience of our workforce we aim to ensure every South Australian, be they a consumer or a worker with SA Health, reaches the best possible outcomes for their health and wellbeing.


Get involved

Find out more:

Have your say by:

  • consider joining the Steering Committee - register an expression of interest by contacting us
  • taking our flexible working survey below (open 30 May to 27 June 2022 25 July 2022)
  • sharing a comment on our 'guestbook' (open 30 May to 27 June 2022 25 July 2022)
  • write an entry in our ‘stories’ (open 30 May to 27 June 2022 25 July 2022)


What are the next steps?

Please take part in our survey, spare a moment to sign our guestbook, or share a post to our stories section.

If you are uncertain about a particular term or question, please take a moment to investigate it safely, or contact us for clarification (all queries will be treated respectfully and in confidence).


SA Health Flexible Working Stories

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    Flexible work just makes my life easier

    by SarahHardy2, about 1 month ago

    I have a very busy job, fast paced, many projects going at once. To be able to operate at least once per week from home (often 2-3 days out of 5), with fewer distractions, more comfort, the ability to sleep in and wear slippers to work just makes all the rest feel much more manageable and worthwhile. As people are becoming more aware of flexible work and the benefits, the easier it becomes for people to accept it and get on board with it.


    It's not for everyone, and there are a range of reasons why some might not want... Continue reading

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