1013.0 - ABS Gender Diversity Action Plan, 2014-17  
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STRATEGY 3: STAYING CONNECTED

Desired outcomes:

    • Staff on long-term leave have access to training and career opportunities, and experience more seamless transitions back to the workforce
    • Expanded and enhanced connections with the ABS alumni allow the ABS to take better advantage of business opportunities and expertise
Key DeliverablesMeasures and TargetsTimelineAccountability
3.1 Staff on long-term leave remain informed of general ABS activities and have access to appropriate opportunities (such as development and promotions). 3.1.1 Appropriate ABS IT and Human Resource policies are updated to support the provision of appropriate access for staff who are on long-term leave.By February 2015Director, IT Security and Assistant Statistician, Human Resources Branch
3.1.2 Appropriate access to corporate systems and information for staff on long-term leave is consolidated into a one-stop-shop (including the availability of RSS feeds).By February 2015Chief Operating Officer and Assistant Statistician, Human Resources Branch
3.1.3 eLearning courses are available to staff on long-term leave.By November 2015Director, National Training and Development Section
3.2 The ABS alumni network is formalised and expanded. 3.2.1 The ABS alumni program is formalised and membership includes former staff with more than 10 years of service. By March 2015Director, Innovation and Benefit Realisation
3.2.2 Information on ABS corporate developments and career opportunities are communicated to alumni members.By November 2015Director, Innovation and Benefit Realisation