WSLHD is strengthening its efforts to ensure it is a great place to learn and work.
In October last year the results of the People Matter 2016 survey were released, highlighting what we are doing well within WSLHD and where we can improve.
Positive findings were that staff are engaged with their work and are patient focused.
The actions we are taking to address issues we’ve identified in the survey are:
• Nine recruitment improvements have been implemented to reduced timelines and improve manager and applicant experience
• Using “You said, we did” across the organisation to show how we are actioning the survey findings
• Senior managers are increasing their walk arounds and active leadership of change
Throughout March and April, you will see “You said, we did” articles in The Pulse, demonstrating how the organisation has been listening to and actioning your feedback.
WSLHD People and Culture acting director Helen Emmerson wants staff to know WSLHD takes the results of the survey seriously.
“We have listened to what staff have told us about their experience working in our district and we are implementing changes to make things better so staff can continue to do their work effectively and provide the best possible patient care,” she said.
To find out more about the People Matter 2016 results, visit: http://wslhdintranet.wsahs.nsw.gov. au/news/2016-people-matter-survey