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Annual Report 2003/2004 Department of Business Industry and Resource Development



Annual Report 2003/2004 Department of Business Industry and Resource Development

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Tabled Papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT






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^ Output Group 1: Business, Trade and Industry Dev s Business, Trade and Industry Development Services 0<l Output Group 2: Minerals and Petroleum Industry ServiQMe Minerals and Petroleum Resource Development Services O Minerals and Petroleum Resource Management Services CD Ou:put Group 3 Animal Plant and Fisheries Industry Service: Animal and Plant Industry Production Services CO Animal and Plant resource Protection Services Fisheries Resource Development and Management Services jr Table 15: Staffing by Output Group /ices 115 lllllil 116 78 H M 207 55 71 642 Figure 23: Employment Classification by Gender at 30 June 2004 300 250 200 - a) a>>. o Q. UJ 150 100 50 j I Male B Female I I Total i l Administrative Executive Physical Professional Technical Classification Stream Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Groups The number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in the department has grown over the past year. This is the result of the department participating in entry-level programs and also encouraging staff to provide their EEO details into the myHR database. myHR is an online human resources system that allows employees to access their own salary, leave and other personal information through the DBIRD intranet. Identifying yourself as being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander (ATSI), or from a Non-English Speaking Background (NESB), or being a Person with a Disability (PWB), is voluntary. This means the data in the below table cannot be guaranteed as complete. However, the myHR statistics indicate that more than 54% of departmental staff have recorded their EEO data, an increase of 7% on 2003. 76 Department of Business, Industry & Resource Development

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