Constructive workplace cultures
We will create workplace cultures that:
- put Queenslanders first by focusing on what matters to them
- foster a highly capable, empowered and ethical workforce
- enable high-performance and support our people to do their very best every time
- drive teamwork and high-levels of engagement.
Key workforce initiatives that champion constructive workplaces:
- public sector values
- directives, policies, and guidelines
- health and wellbeing
- conduct and performance
- cultural capability
- workplace design
- domestic and family violence
- flexible work arrangements
- inclusion and diversity
- gender equity
Achieve meaningful cultural change:
- genuinely engage in open and collaborative ways with others and consulting with the community about the matters that affect them
- informed decision making, act with integrity, and be accountable for all that we do
- foster and sustain values-led ways of working
- value and prioritise initiative, creativity, innovation, inclusion, and diversity
- model contemporary and mutually beneficial workforce and workplace practices.
- share a clear and compelling vision for the future
- demonstrate strong leadership in everyday behaviours, actions and decisions
- collaborate and work in partnership
- give their people a sense of meaning and show them that their efforts make a difference
- support employees to build the skills and resilience to adapt to change.
- support employees affected by domestic and family violence
- embed inclusion and diversity, and gender equity
- model flexible work arrangements
- develop leadership talent.
- improved workforce perceptions of working for the Queensland public sector
- increased workforce participation for people from diverse groups
- increased percentage of women in senior leadership positions
- greater use of flexible work arrangements
- reduced absenteeism.