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Good Practice Guides - Disability Employment

NDS has produced a series of good practice guides for members that provide comprehensive instructions for employers cover NDIS Employment Supports, Classifying Employees and Supported Wage System under...

Western Australia Disability Support Awards - 2024 Nominees

Congratulations to our 2024 Western Australia Disability Support Awards nominees! Visit the Western Australian Disability Support Awards page for information about the upcoming awards.
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NDIS Review: Final Report Webcast

Breakdown of the recommendations and actions from the NDS Review, focusing on key areas of the NDIS.

Leading to Address Occupational Violence - Just Culture

Two people stand outside at a table, looking at documents and talking

Key benefits

  • A Just Culture fosters continuous development and quality improvement in the workplace and align with the principles of building psychological safe workplaces
  • Explore issues around leading to address occupational violence in the disability sector

Who is this for?

Board and Senior Leaders. 

Further information

A Just Culture fosters continuous development and quality improvement in the workplace and align with the principles of building psychological safe workplaces. It fosters an environment where:

  1. Everyone feels free to speak up without fear of blame or punishment and
  2. Individuals should not be punished for actions, omission or decisions taken in line with their experience and training, and the usual standard of practice

Just Culture promotes: Speaking Up, Listening, Acting and Completing Feedback Loops.

Running time: 44:33

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Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Fiona Still, Senior Policy and Project Officer, submit enquiry/feedback, show phone number