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• Not having worked in a regular or systematic way over preceding six months
• Casual and temporary employees backfilling nominally filled positions
• Temporary employees in training positions
• Resigned from the ACTPS
• Recently permanently appointed
• Casual and temporary employees engaged in limited period Commonwealth funded roles.
• Consideration of clause 18 of the Secure Workforce Conversion policy, which includes whether there is an ongoing need for the employee in the current or substantially similar role, ease of deployment into other areas of the ACTPS, whether the employee has been subject to a merit process and whether the employee has satisfactorily met the performance objectives of their role.
Those employees who have provided reasons have noted one of the following reasons:
• They already have permanent employment elsewhere
• They require flexible working arrangements that temporary and casual employment brings
• They wish to remain casual as it suits their work/life balance
• They wish to remain casual on-call
• They prefer flexible employment whilst they pursue study.
There were no staff specifically employed for this project since commencement in 2020. Generally, two staff assist with each round of assessment.
(Question No 834)
Ms Castley asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 10 June 2022:
(1) Can the Minister provide a breakdown of all staff exits, by category (eg, retirement/redundancy/fired), since 2016.
(2) Does each staff member referred to in part (1) have an opportunity to provide exit feedback; if not, why not; if so, what feedback are staff able to provide and how many staff have completed this feedback each year since 2016.
(3) Can the Minister provide a breakdown by job title/classification of the top 10 types/categories of feedback and how many staff provided each type of feedback, since 2016.
Ms Stephen-Smith: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1) Canberra Health Services (CHS) exit survey data commenced being collated electronically in October 2019. Prior to this date, data is unable to be sourced readily and would be an unreasonable diversion of resources to provide, as such only data dating from October 2019 to present has been reported.