DISABILITY & AGED CARE
No other industry is going through as much change driven by external factors than the disability and aged care sector. The challenge for employers in this industry is demonstrating quality management and governance around its practices, including human resources, in order to qualify for funding. Managing risk and compliance, implementing flexible workforce planning and optimising payroll and HR software (with the ability to integrate with funding sources) are also important.
Essential practices for NDIS-ready organisations in demonstrating capability include human resources strategy, access to training and expertise, record keeping, commitment to performance management and the ability to resolve issues with prompt and professional workplace advice.
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“I am passionate about providing strategic direction and clarity to employers in the disability and aged care sectors, particularly in consideration of their increasing NDIS organisational capability requirements.”
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“Following years in HR I have found my real passion is being able to match HR solutions and services to the market, particularly for the social, disability and aged care sector in consideration of their specific needs.”
“My experience and expertise ranges from drafting contracts of employment, enterprise agreements and policies as well as representing and advising employers in unfair dismissal, discrimination and general protection claims.”
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