Minimum Obligatory Human Resource Information (MOHRI)
The MOHRI data is published in a bi-annual profile by the Public Service Commission. The MOHRI data provides information on the Queensland public sector workforce profile to:
- undertake evidence-based data analysis to inform government policy, planning and decision making about the Queensland public sector
- identify strategic management issues across the Queensland public sector
- assist government wages policy and wage bargaining processes
- identify relationships between workforce trends and the overall direction of workforce policy across the Queensland public sector
- provide benchmarking information to agencies
- evaluate service-wide and agency workforce policies and performance.
- diversity groups
- employment status
- appointment type
- employee separation
Refer to MOHRI file specifications for more detailed information.
Data flow process
- Agencies extract MOHRI data from their HRIS according to the current file specification.
- The data is submitted, validated and approved by the agency through PL27. The Public Service Commission collates agency data for whole-of-government reporting and analysis.
Role of the Public Service Commission
The PSC advises agencies on:
- the defined MOHRI requirements
- MOHRI users to whom data is to be sent
- the frequency with which data is to be provided to MOHRI users.