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Induction strategy

The department's induction strategy Adobe PDF document provides a model that advocates a consistent, contextualised and connected approach to the induction process.

Induction is the basis of a strong workplace culture and is a key element in the department's Code of Conduct for QLD Public Service Adobe PDF document External Link and Valuing Performance Policy Statement Adobe PDF document.

An image of the Induction Strategy wheel as described below

Consistency

Through consistent induction, the department strengthens the capability of newly employed, transferring, relieving, returning or promoted staff by communicating key messages and providing them with equal access to information, resources and development opportunities.

Connectedness

Through connected induction, the department promotes collaboration through partnerships with internal and external stakeholders to realise shared goals. The department provides opportunities to build relationships through mentoring and coaching to support staff in their continuing development.

Context

Through contextualised induction, the department supports all employees to adapt to their local workplace through customised resources and diverse delivery modes. The department's approach to induction is also characterised by developing performance and mentoring and coaching frameworks.

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