Workload Management Sample Clauses

Workload Management. 11.1 The parties to this Agreement acknowledge that employees and management have a responsibility to maintain a balanced workload and recognise the adverse affects that excessive workloads may have on employee/s and the quality of resident/client care.
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Workload Management. 44.1 Employers are committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment and will not require employees to undertake an unreasonable workload in the ordinary discharge of their duties.
Workload Management. 17.1 The Employer is committed to ensuring that staffing levels are appropriate, thus ensuring the delivery of quality resident care and keeping within the accreditation principles which take into account the level of care appropriate for the assessed needs of the resident.
Workload Management. (1) The employer is committed to working with its employees and relevant unions to address workload management issues. It is acknowledged that high workloads can in some circumstances lead to unsafe work practices, therefore the employer should ensure safe work environments are not compromised, and that employer responsibilities under legislation including duty of care to all employees are complied with.
Workload Management. 17.1. The Queensland Government is committed to working with its employees and the public sector unions to address workload management issues. It is acknowledged that high workloads can in some circumstances lead to unsafe work practices, therefore entities should ensure safe work environments are not compromised, and that entity responsibilities under legislation including duty of care to all employees are complied with.
Workload Management. (a) For the purposes of this clause, the term 'nursing staff' does not include the Unit Manager, pre-qualification students, Group/Activities Nurse, Clinical Educator, Clinical Consultant, Senior Psychiatric Nurse, a nurse whilst undertaking the duties of a preceptor (and only for periods during which they are not allocated a patient/client load), Surgery Nurse, Discharge Planning Nurse or a Nurse whose sole function is that of an ECT Nurse.
Workload Management. The following defenses may be asserted by an Employee in response to disciplinary action for failure to complete casework/workload assignments as required:
Workload Management. 17.1. The employer is committed to working with its employees and the QNU to address workload management issues. It is acknowledged that high workloads can in some circumstances lead to unsafe work practices, therefore DET should ensure safe work environments are not compromised, and that agency responsibilities under legislation including duty of care to all employees are complied with.
Workload Management. (a) The parties acknowledge that staff and management have a responsibility to maintain a balanced workload appropriate for the delivery of high quality patient care and for the employee to maintain an appropriate work-life balance.
Workload Management. (1) The Employer is committed to ensuring staffing levels are appropriate for the delivery of high quality patient care.