Individual Flexibility Agreement Anu
As part of their commitment to flexibility for staff, in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2011 (Cth) and occupational health and safety regulations, 2011 (Cth), the Safety and Rehabilitation and Compensation Act (SRC Act) 1988 (Cth) and the university`s Work and Safety Management System (WHS). If you would like to share your ideas or suggestions or would like more information on the flexibility of the ANU, please email the Human Resources Team Culture and Development: firstname.lastname@example.org In order to outline a set of cross-cutting principles and the university`s commitment to a flexible approach for staff and students. Flexibility is available to anyone who finds that the requirements of the team and the local territory, operational requirements and individual roles and responsibilities must be taken into account and balanced. In order to avoid community transmission of COVID-19 and other illnesses during the winter season, staff and caregivers are encouraged to consider flexibility in the workplace and determine whether a return to campus is necessary at that time. Most roles at the university will allow for a degree of flexibility. While some work areas have to cater to clients during certain hours, including during university rush hours from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., this does not mean that all employees must work exactly the same hours. The question is what arrangements can be taken to allow the flexibility of the teams, but also to ensure the implementation of the responsibilities and services necessary for the university and the university. The university recognizes that you have interests and responsibilities inside and outside of your role at the ANU.
A career planning interview with your supervisor as part of your PDR is a great opportunity to think creatively about how you can use flexibility to support your career goals. Flexible working rules are agreed for a fixed period of time and discussed regularly between you and your supervisor. The goal is to ensure that the rules work as intended, that individual responsibility and team responsibility continue to be implemented, and that the rules can be reviewed and changed as circumstances change.