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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 14 Hansard (Thursday, 30 November 2017) . . Page.. 5578 ..


Resilience in the Workplace

Understanding the importance of resilience and stress management

Awareness of barriers that impact resilience

Awareness of current stress levels and resilience

Defining and applying resilience strengthening techniques

Work Life Balance

The importance placed personally on work and leisure

That work/life balance is a choice

Their own preferred time management strategies, and

Different theories regarding needs and wants and the connection with behaviours

a. Supporting staff through these programs means that staff are better able to do their jobs and this in turn means a higher quality of care can be provided to the patients and consumers of ACT Health’s services. Given the international research which correlates higher levels of staff health and wellbeing to lower levels of absenteeism, there is also likely to be a positive financial impact to the ACT budget and community.

Public housing—Chapman and Wright
(Question No 824)

Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Housing and Suburban Development, upon notice, on 1 December 2017:

(1) How much money has been spent by the ACT Government on the Chapman public housing development located in block 1 section 45, as of 23 November 2017, including but not exclusive to (a) land purchase, (b) land holding costs, (c) design consulting, (d) bushfire risk management consulting, (e) contractor costs, (f) machinery, (g) marketing and advertising and (h) other relevant categories of costs.

(2) What contracts had been signed by Housing ACT, as of 23 November 2017, in relation to the Chapman public housing development.

(3) Were any construction or building contracts signed by 23 November 2017 by Housing ACT in relation to the Chapman public housing development.

(4) How much money has been spent by the ACT Government, as of 23 November 2017, on the Wright public housing development located in block 2 section 29, including but not exclusive to (a) land purchase, (b) land holding costs, (c) design consulting, (d) bushfire risk management consulting, (e) contractor costs, (f) machinery, (g) marketing and advertising and (h) other relevant categories of costs.

(5) What contracts had been signed by Housing ACT, as of 23 November 2017, in relation to the Wright public housing development.

(6) Were any construction or building contracts signed by 23 November 2017 in relation to the Wright public housing development.


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