Integrity standards and anti-bullying measures in the VPS
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From: Megan Parolin
Dear Victorian Public Sector Commission,
This FOI request has also been lodged online using the FOI Portal to the Department of Premier and Cabinet (of which the Victorian Public Sector Commissioner is an agency) to enable electronic payment.
Please provide copies of the following documents in the Victorian Public Sector Commission’s possession or control:
1. Report prepared by VPSC entitled ‘Benchmark Report Core Survey – People Matter Survey 2016 – State Revenue Office’
2. Deidentified raw responses provided to open text questions by staff employed by the State Revenue Office for the People Matter Survey 2016 (including responses that were not provided to the State Revenue Office) (Benchmark Report)
3. Report prepared by VPSC benchmarking the State Revenue Office’s results for the People Matter Survey 2018 (the document requested in 1, but for the 2018 People Matter Survey).
4. Deidentified raw responses provided to open text questions by staff employed by the State Revenue Office for the People Matter Survey 2018 (including responses that were not provided to the State Revenue Office).
5. Any documents that explain how comparator groups are identified for the purpose of the VPSC People Matter Surveys
6. A list of requests for section 63 reviews and their outcomes, referred to in section 3.2 of the VPSC’s Practice Manual for Monitoring Integrity Standards potentially as document reference D16/6548 (with redactions as the VPSC considers necessary and consistent with the objectives of the FOI Act).
7. Agendas, Meeting minutes or similar documents relating to the Review of Actions Registrar’s Network created or distributed between 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2018
8. Document indicating the total cost of the “VPSC driving anti bullying reforms” suite of activities (identified on https://vpsc.vic.gov.au/workforce-capabi...
9. Meeting minutes of meetings between VPSC and CPSU and/or State Revenue Office related to
a. “supporting an anti-bullying agenda”, as expected to have occurred as part of the ‘channelling effort’ phase of the VPSC driving anti bullying reforms suite of activities; and
b. Disclosures of bullying by individual staff members to VPSC either directly or via review of actions processes (with redactions as the VPSC considers necessary and consistent with the objectives of the FOI Act).
10. Documents indicating how VPSC will measure the success of its driving anti bullying reforms suite of activities.