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Aged Care Updates – Statewide

Southern Cross Care Tasmania (SCCT)

Ongoing changes to leadership at SCCT

The ANMF has been advised that, yet another Facility Manager has resigned from SCCT! The ANMF notes that members at Rosary Gardens, Guilford Young Grove and Fairway Rise are currently working without a permanent Facility Manager.

The ANMF encourages members to feedback issues related to absence or instability of leadership in SCCT sites, especially in Human Resources matters, and members are encouraged to look after themselves and their colleagues in these unreasonable situations. Use internal SCCT reporting systems, if you can, to highlight the impact on your workload and morale.

SCCT Changes to Servery and Catering

The ANMF has been made aware these changes continue to impact on members, staff, and residents. We encourage members to let us know how these changes are affecting your role. SCCT claims that they have provided the means for staff to provide feedback via a Survey Monkey link. Let us know if this link is accessible, or if there are any other means you require to enable you to feedback your concerns.

Sandown Apartments

On Tuesday 2 March 2022, the ANMF met with the Facility Manager, on members behalf, to discuss concerns about roster and staffing issues. Management has successfully recruited more permanent staff, providing greater certainty for the roster. This will be discussed at the next staff meeting. The ANMF will return to consult with members about the changes and their impact once they have been put in place.    

Updates correct as at 30 March 2022.
Authorised by Emily Shepherd, ANMF Tasmanian Branch Secretary

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