Every 6 months, Voice Project takes the opportunity to give our clients a voice through our Client Survey. The feedback we receive from the survey is something we value highly at Voice Project, as it helps us to constantly improve what we offer our clients.
Surveys are a great way to efficiently and confidentially give staff in organisations a voice. They are a way of capturing and presenting the majority view – often touted as a key advantage in countering the ‘squeaky wheel’ by uncovering the view of the ‘silent’ majority.
Dr Peter Langford provided an update on the trends within the higher education sector at the 2016 Universities HR Benchmarking Conference hosted by the Australian Higher Education Industrial Association (AHEIA) in Melbourne. Pete and Stuart Andrews, Executive Director of AHEIA, announced the 2016 AHEIA/Voice Project “Change Awards” at the conference dinner.
Local Government Reform
Voice Project was privileged to participate in the recent Australian Local Government Leadership Summit hosted in Melbourne by the Australian School of Applied Management. It was a timely conference, bringing together
Council Staff Survey
On a freezing winter’s day at 6 in the morning I recently travelled to a Council depot to present employee engagement survey results to their outdoor staff.
Aged & Community Services Awards
Voice Project would like to congratulate all the finalists and winners of the 2016 ACS State Awards for Excellence. As a sponsor and judge of the Award for Exceptional Human Resource Management, we encourage all efforts to make aged care and community service organisations the best places to work.