We all go through tough times at certain times in our lives and that’s one of the reason why I am a big supporter of R U Ok? Day. This day has grown since 2009 and is no longer just about one day, but ongoing conversations with those in your personal or work lives to make sure they are ok, by asking that simple question. R U Ok? has partnered with AHRI to acknowledge the best organisation that embraced this message in 2012. I am delighted to share that Mercy Health, one of our clients was recognised as a finalist.
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Work is a major contributor to one's ability to live a balanced life and Balancing Australia's aims to assist jobseekers to find employers that will meet their work life balance needs as an initial priority. Balancing Australia's unique directory, is the only one in Australia and offers an affordable recruitment solution to building an employment brand and attracting quality talent.
Main Roads offers flexible working arrangements for employees to take advantage of and are formalised in our Enterprise Bargaining Agreement. Main Roads also offers a great Health and Lifestyle program enabling employees to maintain a work life balance and stay fit and healthy.
To help clients live independently in their own home through respite, personal care and career support consistent with care plans as directed by the Care Coordinator. To provide accurate and timely information about client needs and changes in client condition to the Care Coordinator.
Main Roads Manages the operation of a safe, sustainable and efficient network for all.
As a Flight Nurse with the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (Queensland Section) Limited (RFDS), you will participate in both Primary Health Care Clinics and Aeromedical retrievals and will be making a difference to those most in need. If you are a Registered Nurse with Midwifery qualifications, and have experience in emergency/intensive care nursing, this unique and exciting opportunity could be the next step in your nursing career. A Child and Family Health qualification; Immunisation Endorsement and/or experience in rural and remote health would be highly advantageous.
After Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s decision to ban staff from working from home, the reality for organisations to change their flexible working arrangements becomes clearly evident. In case you missed it, Yahoo has had a long history of supporting their staff to work from home. In fact, x employees regularly work at home and from June 2013, they must return back to the office. Being in HR for many years, I can certainly acknowledge the challenges of a flexible workforce. However, if the goal is collaboration, water-cooler talk and face time, then this has me concerned if online giant Yahoo can’t make it work. The success of working from home comes down to the outputs of remote workers. You would assume that if Yahoo is going down the path of retracting this arrangement, that they are not happy with the output. This is a common working from home issue and I wonder how will this benefit Yahoo where a person is working? One must ask are these workers being adequately managed?