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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 12 Hansard (Thursday, 1 November 2018) . . Page.. 4753 ..


Please note: The previous recruitment system Verve, is no longer accessible to obtain data prior to 2011. The new e-recruitment system Taleo, was implemented in 2011, and the above data is provided through this system.


ACT Health—interstate recruitment(Question No 1852)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Health and Wellbeing, upon notice, on 21 September 2018:

(1) For each financial year from 2007-08 to date, what is the (a) total number of new employees who received financial relocation assistance and (b) total value of relocation and other costs paid to accommodate new employees joining ACT Health from outside the ACT, broken down by (i) frontline service or health professional employees and (ii) ACT Public Service or administration employees.

(2) For each financial year from 2007-08 to date, what is the total number of (a) frontline service or health professional employees and (b) ACT Public Service or administration employees that were recruited or came from (i) New South Wales, (ii) Victoria, (iii) Tasmania, (iv) South Australia, (v) Western Australia, (vi) Northern Territory, (vii) Queensland and (viii) overseas.

Ms Fitzharris: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) a) Data collected enables a summary of cost but does not provide specific employee numbers with not all employees relocating from interstate or overseas accessing their reimbursement for relocation. Not all those in table 2 (a) and (b) would have accessed this entitlement.

b) The relocation expense for frontline and administrative staff since 2008-09 is broken down as follows:

Row Labels

Administrative

Frontline

Grand Total

2008-2009

$163,912.34

$163,912.34

2009-2010

$8,205.46

$808,830.12

$817,035.58

2010-2011

$21,507.74

$637,477.24

$658,984.98

2011-2012

$7,208.47

$1,069,408.83

$1,076,617.30

2012-2013

$16,507.86

$892,229.67

$908,737.53

2013-2014

$59,437.86

$646,036.85

$705,474.71

2014-2015

$26,496.46

$745,541.72

$772,038.18

2015-2016

$69,610.43

$920,404.54

$990,014.97

2016-2017

$58,173.44

$735,856.95

$794,030.39

2017-2018

$119,806.84

$705,333.89

$825,140.73

2018-2019

$14,104.53

$191,408.09

$205,512.62

Grand Total

$401,059.09

$7,516,440.24

$7,917,499.33

* Note there is no transactional data available prior to 2008 in TM1.


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