Important Ethical & legislative Employee Responsibilities of an enterprising workforce

Evangeline MantziorisUniSA's core purpose is as an education provider, it is also a provider of goods and services, a body corporate and a recipient of Commonwealth funding and an employer. Through these functions the University is obliged to compy with wide ranging legislative and policy requirements. You should get to know the University's policies and proceduresas it is critical that you understand your responsibilities in these areas.

These include:

The Quick Guide to the Legislated and Ethical Responsibilities of Staff  and The ‘Risk management for managers’ resource provide an overview of essential knowledge and links to where you can find more detailed information. We offer these two resources as a starting point as you begin to work your way through UniSA policies and procedures during the induction process, when your role changes or at any stage you want to revisit what you need to know.

We encourage you to read these guides in your first month of employment and to discuss any issues that they raise for you and for your role with your manager.

Core Attributes of UniSA StaffCore Attributes of UniSA staff

Our strategic intent is to differentiate UniSA as a true University of Enterprise. 

To help achieve this ambition, the University has identified a unique set of core behavioural attributes to guide our development as an enterprising workforce and culture.

To exemplify the essence and culture of an enterprise workforce, we aspire that each of our staff will:

  • Be trusted, authentic and self-aware
  • Take the initiative and deliver results
  • Provide solutions
  • Communicate with impact
  • Lead and work well with others.

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