Your voice matters
Staff input and feedback is important as we navigate change in and around the organisation to achieve our goals and ambitions.
The voice of our workforce is helping to shape the UON experience.
In focus: A good start at UON
Feedback from across the organisation indicates that new staff experiences at UON can vary greatly and are dependent on a range of factors. Ensuring all staff have access to the information they need to get started at UON will be a combined effort, between faculties and divisions.
Targeted information for new starters
Faculty of Health and Medicine
The Faculty for Health and Medicine took feedback around the induction process on board in 2015 and developed three distinct booklets aimed at providing new starters with ready access to the information and resources they need to get started in their roles. These are provided in hard copy and online.
For more information, contact Elaine Terry
Moving to an online induction module
Human Resources Services is currently reviewing and revamping its induction course, which from early 2016 will be offered as an online module.
For more information, contact Lisa Fairlie
We've been listening
The scale and scope of the Your Voice Survey makes it a very powerful tool for staff to influence the UON experience. A number of programs and initiatives exist at UON as the direct result of staff feedback via the survey.
|YOU SAID...||SO WE...|
|You wanted better communication across UON||Introduced In the Loop newsletter and Meet your Executive sessions|
|You wanted more opportunities for career progression at UON||Developed the Leadership Framework to give clarity to capabilities and behaviours of current and future leaders|
|You wanted a culture where unacceptable behaviour is not tolerated and there are procedures in place to handle complaints||Building a Respectful and Collaborative Workplace|
|You wanted a healthy work environment||Launched Healthy UON|
|You wanted to the right people matched with the right jobs||Reviewed and improved recruitment processes and practices|