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Strategies to support the recruitment, retention and professional development of Indigenous managers, by Joy Angus

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Strategies to support the recruitment, retention and professional development of Indigenous managers
Title
Strategies to support the recruitment, retention and professional development of Indigenous managers
Statement of responsibility
by Joy Angus
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Reports on a research project to identify barriers facing Indigenous health managers and strategies to overcome the barriers; barriers to recruitment included : culturally biased recruitment practices, lack of an identified Indigenous position at management level, lack of job security, lack of networks, Aboriginalisation policies, sexual discrimination against Indigenous women, culturally unsafe workplaces, lack of recognition of expertise, lack of encouragement by employers; barriers to retention included : racism, high stress levels, lack of development opportunities, appointment to mangement positions before Indigenous people are ready, burnout because of excessive workloads; insufficient funding; lack of support; paternalistic attitudes of government, high expectations; provides checklists of strategies for recruiting , developing and retaining Indigenous managers
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Angus, Joy
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Strategies to support the recruitment, retention and professional development of Indigenous managers, by Joy Angus
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references p. 32-33
Label
Strategies to support the recruitment, retention and professional development of Indigenous managers, by Joy Angus
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references p. 32-33

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