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APS Employment and Capability Strategy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employees Program logic and key performance indicators Objective 1: Increased attraction and recruitment of Indigenous Objective 2: development of Objective 3: Increased Objective 4: Support for Australians to the APS existing Indigenous retention of existing employers employees’ skills and career Indigenous employees pathways Activity: market APS as an Activity: facilitate targeted Activity: provide specifically Activity: provide Activity: Provide range of employer of choice employment opportunities to designed professional opportunities for supporting support for employers Aboriginal and/or Torres development opportunities current employees Strait Islander people and implementing effective recruitment practices Output: IAPSEN, annual conference, Output: identify/ promote Output: Pathways to Output: development Output: ILO, HR APS agencies participating in Employment program programs/initiatives; census Public Calling bulletin, coordinators’ forum, IES kit, ‘Public Calling’ initiatives and other research electronic networking, ATSIPIP, support material, publications, census and policy guidelines other research, conference KPI: Increase in KPI: Increase in program KPI: Increase in program KPI: Decrease in separation KPI: Decrease in separation engagements to the APS participants; increase in participants and satisfaction rates rates; increase in agencies agency participation with programs with own IES Metric: Engagements to the Metric: Number of program Metric: Number of program Metric: Number of Metric: Number of APS by level participants by type (NBC) participants (NBC). separations by level separations by level (APSED/SOSR); increase in Satisfaction levels (program (APSED/SOSR) (APSED/SOSR) ‘Public Calling’ agencies feedback) Outcome: Increase in the number of Indigenous employees in the APS and contribute to achieving the COAG target of increasing Indigenous employment in the public sector to reflect the national Indigenous working-age population share of at least 2.6% by 2015.
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