Events

  • When: Wednesday 21 February 2018

    This free workshop is for public sector Human Resource Practitioners and Managers responsible for managing processes under the Public Sector Management (Breaches of Public Sector Standards) Regulations 2005 (breach claims).

  • When: Tuesday 6 March 2018

    Professor Yehudi Blacher, Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne and former senior leader in a number of Victorian multi-Ministerial omnibus departments, brings long standing policy experience and knowledge to these challenges. Please join us to examine how these new arrangements will impact public policy.

  • When: Wednesday 7 March 2018

    Managers and people responsible for supervising staff are key to building work practices and workplaces that are resistant to misconduct. This introductory session aims to raise the awareness of managers about misconduct, misconduct risks and their role in preventing misconduct.

  • When: Monday 12 March 2018

    This workshop takes a risk based approach to integrity in a recruitment process and looks at the two sides to every recruitment process: the integrity of decision making of the selection panel and the integrity of the applicant.

  • When: Wednesday 14 March 2018

    The Public Sector Induction seminar provides new public sector employees with an understanding of the WA Public Sector, and sets the context for their new roles and responsibilities as part of an innovative, high-performing workforce that is the State’s largest employer and provides professional support to the government of the day.

  • When: Wednesday 21 March 2018

    The PID Act aims to ensure openness and accountability in government by encouraging people to make disclosures - or whistleblowing - and protecting them when they do.

  • When: Thursday 22 March 2018

    You are invited to join Mr Mal Wauchope AO, Public Sector Commissioner as he presents the Public Sector Commission’s Integrity Forum in Bunbury on 22 March 2018.

    Our guest speaker is A J Brown, Professor of Public Policy & Law at Griffith University. Prof. Brown is the Project Leader of “Whistling While They Work 2” (WWTW2), a research project for which the Commission is also a partner agency.

  • When: Friday 23 March 2018

    You are invited to join Mr Mal Wauchope AO, Public Sector Commissioner as he presents the Public Sector Commission’s Integrity Forum on 23 March 2018.

    Our guest speaker is A J Brown, Professor of Public Policy & Law at Griffith University. Prof. Brown is the Project Leader of “Whistling While They Work 2” (WWTW2), a research project for which the Commission is also a partner agency.

  • When: Thursday 29 March 2018

    You are invited to a Senior Executive Thought Leadership seminar with guest speaker Dr Nicole Gillespie, Associate Professor at the University of Queensland’s School of Business and faculty member of the Australia New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG).

  • When: Thursday 29 March 2018

    Dr Nicole Gillespie will lead us in a thought-provoking discussion on why trust matters and present a set of good practice interventions for building and sustaining organisational trustworthiness.

  • When: Thursday 5 April 2018

    Managers and people responsible for supervising staff are key to building work practices and workplaces that are resistant to misconduct. This introductory session aims to raise the awareness of managers about misconduct, misconduct risks and their role in preventing misconduct.

  • When: Wednesday 11 April 2018

    This workshop takes a risk based approach to integrity in a recruitment process and looks at the two sides to every recruitment process: the integrity of decision making of the selection panel and the integrity of the applicant.

  • When: Wednesday 9 May 2018

    Managers and people responsible for supervising staff are key to building work practices and workplaces that are resistant to misconduct. This introductory session aims to raise the awareness of managers about misconduct, misconduct risks and their role in preventing misconduct.

  • When: Wednesday 16 May 2018

    The Public Sector Induction seminar provides new public sector employees with an understanding of the WA Public Sector, and sets the context for their new roles and responsibilities as part of an innovative, high-performing workforce that is the State’s largest employer and provides professional support to the government of the day.

  • When: Wednesday 23 May 2018

    This workshop takes a risk based approach to integrity in a recruitment process and looks at the two sides to every recruitment process: the integrity of decision making of the selection panel and the integrity of the applicant.

  • When: Wednesday 6 June 2018

    Managers and people responsible for supervising staff are key to building work practices and workplaces that are resistant to misconduct. This introductory session aims to raise the awareness of managers about misconduct, misconduct risks and their role in preventing misconduct.

  • When: Wednesday 20 June 2018

    The PID Act aims to ensure openness and accountability in government by encouraging people to make disclosures - or whistleblowing - and protecting them when they do.

  • When: Thursday 28 June 2018

    This free workshop is for public sector Human Resource Practitioners and Managers responsible for managing processes under the Public Sector Management (Breaches of Public Sector Standards) Regulations 2005 (breach claims).

  • When: Wednesday 12 September 2018

    The Public Sector Induction seminar provides new public sector employees with an understanding of the WA Public Sector, and sets the context for their new roles and responsibilities as part of an innovative, high-performing workforce that is the State’s largest employer and provides professional support to the government of the day.

  • When: Wednesday 21 November 2018

    The Public Sector Induction seminar provides new public sector employees with an understanding of the WA Public Sector, and sets the context for their new roles and responsibilities as part of an innovative, high-performing workforce that is the State’s largest employer and provides professional support to the government of the day.