07
Jun 18

APS workforce developments from the Unlocking Potential Review

The Unlocking Potential Review was undertaken by the Australian Public Service Commission in 2016 and identified some key gaps in the HR function across public sector agencies. Rather than compliance, the public sector HR function must be agile, business integrated, data driven and skilled in attracting, retaining and developing talent. And there are critical weaknesses … Continue reading APS workforce developments from the Unlocking Potential Review

03
May 16

Smart Cities Plan – what does a 30 minute city mean for light rail?

Australian cities continue to grow, and while this is a good thing it presents us with challenges, such as congestion, traffic and pollution to our natural environment. As urban sprawl increases, residents are moving further and further away from the city. This becomes a problem when they are trying to commute to the same places … Continue reading Smart Cities Plan – what does a 30 minute city mean for light rail?

09
Feb 16

Emergency Department Staff at Risk as Ice-Fuelled Violence Increases

Emergency wards are experiencing a crisis, with staff facing growing levels of aggression from patients affected by the use of crystal methamphetamine, or ice. The shooting of a police officer and a security guard at Nepean Hospital in January has prompted the NSW Government to commission a security audit of all the state’s hospitals. It is … Continue reading Emergency Department Staff at Risk as Ice-Fuelled Violence Increases

09
Dec 15

Criterion’s Corporate Giving: 2015 Wrap Up

2015 has been a positive year for the Corporate Giving Committee, with Criterion getting involved in a variety of causes: Clean Up Australia Day On Sunday 8th March, Criterion took part in the 25th Annual Clean Up Australia Day. Collectively the team gathered over 15 bags of rubbish from Clovelly, rounding off the day with … Continue reading Criterion’s Corporate Giving: 2015 Wrap Up