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National Transformation Update - 30 April, 2018

30 April 2018

Key Points

  • Pulse Survey – 3 days to go!
  • THQ Glen Waverley – Update

 

Pulse Survey - 3 Days To Go! 

We’d like to thank the 1138 Salvos who have already completed the first Pulse Survey for 2018. Your honest feedback helps us improve and enables us to support and inform you better.

We are looking forward to hearing from as many Salvos as possible. If you haven’t completed the survey yet, please do so as soon as you can.

The survey is anonymous and only takes 5 minutes to complete. We encourage you to embrace this opportunity to provide feedback.

To access the survey, please go to: Surveymonkey.com/r/tsapulse3

We look forward to sharing the results with you in future National Transformation Updates.

 

THQ Glen Waverley – Update

Today is a significant day for the Public Relations and Editorial teams who were previously located at THQ Blackburn, as they commence work in their new home, at THQ Glen Waverley.

As communicated by Lt Colonel Kelvin Merrett in his email to all Salvation Army staff and officers on March 29 2018, the relocation will help ensure that all THQ teams have adequate space.

Tomorrow, National Commander Commissioner Floyd Tidd will join staff at THQ Glen Waverley for an official opening ceremony. We look forward to sharing video footage from this event with you in the coming weeks.

 

Keeping Informed

You can keep up to date with the latest Australia One news and information by regularly visiting the Australia One website (australiaone.info), or your monthly edition of OTHERS magazine (others.org.au online or in printed copy).

You can raise any questions you may have with your manager, either at your regular team meeting or outside of those meetings.

You can also contact us directly through the Australia One email inbox:

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The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.