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Rostering Best Practice for more information.
Rostering plays a key role in:
By optimising our rosters, we will have the right people, with the right skills in the right place to deliver quality patient care service.
Effective rostering incorporates managing staff availability, roster creation, maintenance, payroll and retrospective adjustments.
It is complex and requires staff to develop capability to make informed decisions.
Developing rostering capability is an important part of the NSW approach to ensuring effective rostering.
Please view the video and information below for details on how to utilise the Rostering Capability Framework (RCF) to develop the capabilities required.
Transcript: The Rostering Capability Framework Explained
This rostering portal is a hub for rostering information and online resources to support staff to improve rostering outcomes.
Please take a look at these three personas described below and consider which one best describes your current situation.
You can then refer to the table below for a recommendation on the most appropriate resources to support your capability development.
We suggest you:
Below are some recommended RCF resources for each persona.
This is intended as a guide. Feel free to determine those modules that best meet the identified need.
Please refer to the Rostering Capability Matrix for easy access to what is available.
You may also like to go directly to the: