The Australian Digital Health Agency would like to hear from Agencies who are able to share any policies relating to SES and Non-SES remuneration.
Senior Advisor, Establishment & Reporting
Phone: +61 7 3023 8510
I’m keen to hear from agencies who are able to share their Remote Working policy – ie working from any location in Australia.
It could be covered under flexible working policies, but I’m keen for specifics on who pays for that person coming from their remote location to the office from time to time and applicable allowances.
Director of Business Operations
Office of the Inspector-General of Taxation and Taxation Ombudsman
321 Kent Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000
Tel: 02 8871 8725
0427 944105 (mobile)
DPS is currently looking at updating their Flexible Working Arrangement Policy.
If agencies are able to share policies in regard to flexible working arrangements we’d be grateful if they could be sent to email@example.com
HR Advisor Legal and Conduct | Corporate Operations Branch
Corporate Services Division
T: 02 6277 9772 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parliament House | PO Box 6000 | Canberra ACT 2600
ACLEI are interested in other agencies policies on travel arrangements, specifically as it relates to recording time whilst travelling for both administrative and executive classifications.
We would greatly appreciate it if small agencies could share their policies via email to HRassist@aclei.gov.au, or they can contact me directly on 0439 391 409.
Thanks so much – Helen
Helen Ward CAHRI
Assistant Director People & Culture
I am keen to hear from agencies able to share their policies on Higher Duties.
Senior HR Advisor
Murray–Darling Basin Authority
The MDBA is currently reviewing its travel allowance (TA) provisions and is seeking feedback on the rates and provisions adopted by other small agencies. Until now, the MDBA has provided travel allowance in accordance with ATO guidance as per Taxation Determination 2020/5. This categorizes TA into three tiers, meaning non-SES staff at the EL2.2 level or above receive a higher allowance than other non-SES staff.
The MDBA is now looking to align with the APSC rates which simplifies the provision of TA to SES or non-SES staff.
Before confirming a change to our TA provisions, we are interested in your feedback on how TA is implemented within your agency. If you would be happy to share your TA approach our contact is Ellynne Nguyen 02 6279 0135 email@example.com
People and Culture and Regionalisation program
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare are considering a proposal to reimburse staff for the purchase of monitors due to the need to work from home.
While from a WHS perspective it seems a good idea, in practice it raises questions such as why stop at monitors, ownership, equity (i.e. many staff have purchased equipment already), fringe benefits.
We would like to hear from agencies operating a reimbursement scheme for home office equipment, and the terms and conditions they are using.
Sandra Bailey (she/her)
People and Facilities Unit, Business and Communications Group
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
02 6244 1034 firstname.lastname@example.org |
The ACIC is seeking to establish a formal process for flex audit requests of our employees. We are looking to create a checklist or form that Managers must complete if they are requesting a flex audit. The form would be used by the People Operations group to determine if the flex audit is necessary.
If you have a similar document you are able to share please contact email@example.com
The Murray-Darling Basin Authority would like to hear from agencies who may have a policy or guidance in place for Compassionate Transfers.
Please reply to Simon.Bartholomew@mdba.gov.au and consider posting on Policies, Procedures and Guidelines.
The Murray-darling Basin Authority would like to hear from agencies who may have a policy or guidance in place for Leave management and conditions.
Please post to policies-procedures-and-guidelines/payroll-and-entitlements or email Simon.Bartholomew@mdba.gov.au