Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2016-17
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Annual Report 2016-17 | Department of Corporate and Information Services86 O U R PEO PLE 2016-17 Highlights DCIS recognises that our people are our most valuable asset; they are responsible for delivering quality services consistently and on time; listening to clients, staff and stakeholders; and working together on solutions that support government and enable agencies to focus on their core business. The Chief Executive has recognised 29 staff individually and more than 25 teams in her monthly updates to staff through the DCISIntel Developing our People Aboriginal Employment Change Management Industrial Relations Workforce Diversity Social Responsibility Supporting our People Recognising our People 24 staff graduated from the DCIS Emerging Leaders Program 109 staff attended Strengthening our People Program sessions 11 staff accessed OCPE leadership courses 550 MyPlans completed, representing a completion rate of 91% DCIS supported 22 staff through early career programs $0.41 million invested on training and development 10.6% or 73 Aboriginal staff 19 Aboriginal staff selected under the Special Measures plan from 102 vacancies advertised Online Services team transferred from DCM to DCIS 2 business unit reviews conducted Creation of Office of Digital Government, which included consolidation of four business units/divisions Supported by an active People and Development unit and management team Engagement with CPSU on all organisational change management Nil industrial matters raised in 2016-17 CPSU attends Staff Consultative Committee meetings 88% of staff recorded their EEO details in the personnel system 8.8% of staff from non-English speaking background 21 staff identify with a disability Social club, business units and individual staff active in fundraising activities Participation in NAIDOC, Harmony Day, R U OK Day, Territory Day, NTPS Camp Quality Golf Day, RSPCA Cupcake Day, National Pyjama Day, Masters Games Zero tolerance for bullying Working to our values Corporate Capability Plan reviewed and updated following the annual MyPlan process Health and Wellbeing Program expanded 65 staff underwent employment screening in accordance with the Employee Screening Policy 3 Orientation Programs run with 67 attendees Mental Health Week supported for 2016-17 as part of the Health and Wellbeing Program Worth A Mention nominations through the DCISIntel included recognition of 21 individuals and 9 teams DCISIntel profiled 8 staff, 9 Who Am I (get-to-know your leadership group) and 7 business units 32 staff recognised for service milestones 29/25
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