Radhika helps mobilise procurement

The Workforce Mobilisation Team has been helping coordinate our workforce as we manage the impacts of COVID-19. They have been finding new temporary roles for team members whose work areas have slowed or gone on hold because of the pandemic.  

One such example is the story of Radhika Khurana. Radhika was one of our first employees to be reassigned, temporarily moving from Breast Screening Services to Procurement – Contact Centre COVID-19 State Supply Chain.  

​Radhika says, “In a time of such uncertainty, it was welcoming to be able to find meaningful work.” 

Not only was Radhika reassigned temporarily to a new role, but she had the opportunity to be part of the development of the Monash Health Distribution Services Centre. Over the course of a few short weeks, this facility became the epicentre for Personal Protective Equipment supply to the state’s health services.  

“I am proud to be working for an organisation that is fighting in the frontline of this situation and making an impact to the broader Victorian community. Not only have I been able to stay employed during so much uncertainty but have been able to broaden my skills and learn in real-time.” 

You can read more about workforce mobilisation here.

Authorised by Karen Lowe



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