Devonfield MYP training

Posted on
September 14, 2022
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Social Community and Disability Sector

More would help.

We wrote to your CEO Matthew recently and told him several workers at Devonfield have raised concerns about the new MYP system.

We said staff are finding some aspects of it a little confusing, particularly the pocket watch system, and that perhaps employees could have some extra training or assistance in learning how to use that function.

Matthew said, "The rostering system (pocket watch) has only been rolled out to about 30 staff at this stage because we are only just implementing it. It will be rolled out to all staff over the next 2 months. All staff can see the shifts and it would be confusing to staff that have not been trained. As we roll out the system to more staff they will get trained in the rostering system."

If you're having issues with the system, or are having trouble understanding some aspects of it, you can get in touch with Matthew in the first instance and let him know that you may need further help or training. If you have any more concerns with the new system or any other issues within the workplace, feel free to contact HACSUassist to have a chat.

For more information about this or any other industrial matter, members should contact HACSUassist on 1300 880 032 or email assist@hacsu.org.au or complete our online contact form

Social Community and Disability Sector