Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/10620/17428
Longitudinal Study: HILDA
Title: Labour Dynamics and the non-government community services workforce in NSW
Authors: Tannous, K
N Cortis, F Hilferty, S Chan and K Tannous 
Cortis, N| Hilferty, F
Chan, S 
Issue Date: Jul-2009
Keywords: Initiatives
Social Relationships
Development
Participation
Access
Abstract: Community service agencies work independently, together, and with governments and community members to build social relationships, promote access and participation, and ensure quality of life, especially for people experiencing hardship. The quality and effectiveness of these services depends on a high quality, capable, and sustainable workforce. Around Australia, developing and sustaining the non-government sector workforce has become a shared goal of government agencies, peak bodies, unions and employers. The research contained in this report was conducted to obtain evidence which is specific to New South Wales (NSW), and can inform local strategies for building capacity and sustainability. The project was developed in response to a request from the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) and the Department of Community Services (DoCS), following the development of workforce initiatives by NSW Government Human Service CEOs and the Forum of Non-Government Agencies (FONGA) in 2008.
URL: http://www.sprc.unsw.edu.au/media/File/Report10_09_LabourDyanamics_and_NGOs.pdf
ISBN: ISSN 1446 4179 & ISBN 978-0-7334-2797-8
Research collection: Reports and technical papers
Technical working papers and reports
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