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Check out the latest edition of ET News now. This issue features the live event recording on branch designs and key information on design, filling, and standing up our structures. Also, we have information on how to get customised job alerts, prepare for role opportunities, and create a candidate profile.
We had over 4500 people tune in and over 600 questions asked in yesterday's deep-dive session. Based on the key topics you have asked during the session, below are some useful links to the relevant information including our ET Q&A page. These pages get updated regularly, so make sure you keep checking back as things keep progressing.
With so many people tuning in, we made sure a recording of this deep-dive session is available if you weren't able to join or want to watch again.
Designing our structures
Filling our structures
Standing up our teams and beyond
More information on Corporate Functions Review is coming soon and we will be holding a similar deep-dive livestream for this - look out for the invitiation.
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Please join us on Monday 19 October at 12 noon for a deep-dive session into Evolving Transport’s organisational design, hosted by Secretary Rodd Staples and Chief People Officer Kirsten Watson.
We’ll also be talking to a branch leader currently in the design process so you’ll hear firsthand about their experience including the latest updates about:
- The consultation process that branches are currently going through and where each branch is up to,
- Timings of the organisational design program,
- How roles will be filled including information about redundancy and available support services, and
- How to stay up-to-date with the latest opportunities in other branches.
There will be any opportunity to ask questions during this session. Please note: we will run a separate session about the corporate functions review in the coming weeks.
To join the livestream
- Please click here on Monday 19 October at 12pm
- Click ‘Join on the web’
- Log in using your email address and network password
The latest edition of ET News is out now. This issue features an invitation to hear Rodd and Kirsten talk about organisational design, and also five proposed detailed branch designs open for consultations.