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If you are reading this, you probably have an obligation under the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act 2012 to report certain types of activities or conduct to the Office for Public Integrity.
Corporate credit cards are a convenient and efficient way for University personnel to manage work‑related expenses, including for travel, entertainment or those other small value purchases that are needed to get the job done.
During recent months, usual work patterns have been disrupted as we’ve adapted our work habits and come to terms with the reality of social distancing.
Zoom provides an easy and appealing platform to connect with others across different locations.
The University is gearing up globally and extending its profile through connections with international partners, staff, students and alumni.
As a globally geared institution, many of the University’s activities involve collaboration with people and entities overseas.
Universities have always been curators and custodians of knowledge and information. As institutions of learning we understand, perhaps better than any other organisation, the value of preserving this valuable asset for the benefit of future generations.
Most of us have played variations of “spot the difference” – like the classic game of Where’s Wally? Identifying a concealed difference amongst a group of people you know and trust can be much more challenging. In some cases, not understanding this challenge in the workplace can have devastating consequences for you and your colleagues.
From 1 July 2019, working with children checks will be subject to a new statutory regime under the Child Safety (Prohibited Persons) Act 2016. The checks will be issued by a central assessment unit in the Department of Human Services (DHS), their status will be continuously monitored and they will be current for a 5 year period.
The theme for privacy awareness week is “Don’t be in the dark on privacy”.