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  • Welcomed 25 high-calibre graduates, bringing the graduate program total to 54 across 22 disciplines. The program saw an increased the number of graduates identifying as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (11.53 per cent) and 3.84 per cent living with a disability.
  • Piloted the Public Service Commission’s new leadership assessment tool, LEAD4QLD, which aims to assess individual leaders’ capability strengthsand opportunity areas.
  • Hosted the fifth Indigenous Employee Network two day forum in Brisbane.
  • Participated in the joint Queensland Government Musgrave Park Family Fun Day for NAIDOC week.
  • Hosted a Domestic Family Violence Awareness event.
  • Launched the first Gender Equity Plan.
  • Supported several initiatives to advance and support women in the engineering profession.
  • Supported disaster recovery efforts in regional Queensland, including fundraising for fire victims.
  • Held the annual CUBIE Awards.
  • Implemented the new Flexi-ProcQr Procurement Framework.
  • Commenced the rollout of the Windows 10 Project.
  • Experienced a significant reduction in the severity of injuries incurred by employees, with lost working days decreasing by 60 per cent.
  • Delivered mental health training for managers and mental health awareness training for 1043 employees, including 36 members of the Senior Leadership Team.
  • Released a new OneTMR Strategic Workforce Plan: Future workforce 2020–2024, which identifies strategic drivers and disruptors impacting the department’s future workforce needs and identifies four levers of change to prepare for the future and priority projects under each lever.
  • Delivered more than 40 digital capability uplift events and workshops to equip and encourage employees to adopt human-centred, value-driven thinking, and approaches in their work.