During the great challenge of the coronavirus pandemic, BRHS leadership has worked hard to keep staff informed and supported.
If you work at BRHS, now’s your opportunity to tell them how they did.
Victorian Public Sector Commission’s annual People Matter Survey opens on Monday, and it’s a little different this year.
It’s a lot shorter – about half the length of the normal survey – and has a focus on employee wellbeing.
The 2020 People Matter Survey Wellbeing Check gives public sector healthcare workers a chance to provide feedback on their workplace experience during the coronavirus pandemic.
The survey is completely anonymous, and a safe way for employees to tell organisations what they think and experience in the workplace.
CEO Robyn Hayles said this week BRHS was depending on as many staff completing the survey as possible in order to help the health service continue to improve.
“I strongly encourage all staff to complete the survey to provide feedback about your workplace during COVID-19,” she said. “Your feedback is important in helping us assess our workforce strategies and identify areas for improvement. Your responses will help us uncover new opportunities.”
The 2020 People Matter Survey Wellbeing Check reinforces the importance of supporting and listening to your employees during this unprecedented time.
The annual People Matter Survey reflects BRHS’ commitment to listening to all staff.
The feedback from staff in previous surveys directly inspired new initiatives at BRHS, including staff health and wellbeing campaigns, new contact officer roles to provide direct support to employees, and improvements in communication.
Staff are reminded that their responses are completely anonymous, and cannot be individually identified.
A link to the survey will be placed on the staff Intranet on Monday.