The Resource Development needs of Indigenous employees in the Australian Public Service

Development needs of Indigenous employees in the Australian Public Service

Label
Development needs of Indigenous employees in the Australian Public Service
Title
Development needs of Indigenous employees in the Australian Public Service
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • Hanbook outlining the developmental needs of Indigenous Employees in the Australian Public Service
  • annotation pending
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Australia
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Civil service
  • Occupational surveys
  • Australia
Label
Development needs of Indigenous employees in the Australian Public Service
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"December 2001"
Contents
Introduction: background, report objective -- Methodology: survey approach, response rate, questionnaire design -- Main findings: Demographics of the survey respondents: age and gender; education level; relevant skills and experience; employment status, level and history; comparison with whole of APS -- View of career and future: interest in advancing; Future in the APS; Career development: mentoring/networking; Access to training and development; Skills and experience; Help on work-related matters; Opportunities to develop career; Senior Executive Service -- Personal issues: unique issues at work for Indigenous employees; Agency support for family or cultural commitments; Family/communty support of work demands -- Appendix 1: Development needs of Indigenous APS Employees Survey -- Appendix 2: Table comparing the characteristics of survey respondents with the characteristics of different APS groups at June 2001
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
39 p.
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Development needs of Indigenous employees in the Australian Public Service
Publication
Note
"December 2001"
Contents
Introduction: background, report objective -- Methodology: survey approach, response rate, questionnaire design -- Main findings: Demographics of the survey respondents: age and gender; education level; relevant skills and experience; employment status, level and history; comparison with whole of APS -- View of career and future: interest in advancing; Future in the APS; Career development: mentoring/networking; Access to training and development; Skills and experience; Help on work-related matters; Opportunities to develop career; Senior Executive Service -- Personal issues: unique issues at work for Indigenous employees; Agency support for family or cultural commitments; Family/communty support of work demands -- Appendix 1: Development needs of Indigenous APS Employees Survey -- Appendix 2: Table comparing the characteristics of survey respondents with the characteristics of different APS groups at June 2001
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
39 p.
Other physical details
ill.

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