New Supervisors

As a supervisor of other staff members, there are additional responsibilities, knowledge and skills that you need to understand and develop including:

Policies and Procedures

The following information provides links to areas of interest for staff who supervise academic or general staff
If you are unsure of how to manage a workplace issue with your employees, contact your HR Consultant for advice. The Employee Assistance Program managerAssistTM is also available as a resource to help you.

Supervisor Training

Occupational Health and Safety Risk Management for Supervisors. It is compulsory that attend this course. Visit the OHS website for more information and to register for the next available course.
 
Grievance Workshop for Supervisors. Equity and Diversity. Visit the OSDS training calendar  for course dates and registration.
 
EOOnline for Supervisors - All managers and supervisors must complete Modules 1& 2 of the online Equity and Diversity Training.
You may be required to enter the username "fair" and the password "play".  Click here to access EOONLINE training now.
 
Supervisory Skills - The following series of workshops are currently being offered to Supervisors by the Organisation & Staff Development Services team to support the Performance Development Scheme discussions. Workshops include:
  • Performance Development Workshops for Managers
  • Performance Development Scheme Workshops for your team members
  • Tough Conversations workshops
In addition OSDS offers a range of workshops through the Management in Action Program for new and developing supervisors and managers. For more information log into MyUNSW and access the Organisation and Staff Development Services Website.
 
Supervisors at UNSW@ADFA should refer to the UNSW@ADFA Staff Development booklet or contact your Staff Development Administrator.

Frequently Asked Questions

Following is a list of frequently asked questions for supervisors. Click on the question and you will be taken to the relevant website page with the answer.