A range of new systems were put in place to keep staff connected, to be able to “check in”, provide updates and support in a difficult 2020 and 2021. Wellbeing, care and respect for each other is crucial to help staff manage new demands.
As a result of the feedback, an initiative to formally develop a workplace recognition program has been established, aligning staff with our values – dignity, quality and passion.
Staff were asked to nominate colleagues “living” the Banyule Community Health values at work. I know that staff have a great vantage point to shine a light on the detail and care put into work that often goes unnoticed.
It is important to share the great work of our team members and celebrate the achievements of our health service with our community also. Our staff are vital in delivering on our purpose every day. Celebrating their contribution to our community has never been more important.
I’m incredibly proud to share our fourth cohort of Banyule Community Health Workplace Recognition Awards for 2021. Congratulations to Val Gorgie, Marelle Beck, Dean Oakley and Aileen Butchart.
Chief Executive Officer
Banyule Community Health