Human resources - Nursing Data

Requested by: NZNO Union | Response provided: 2018-11-27
Category: Workforce Development

I write in response to your Official Information Act request, dated 06 November 2018. You requested the following information on our Nursing and Midwifery workforce, and our responses are detailed below each question.

1.            How many individual Registered Nurses are employed by the DHB?

2.            How many individual Registered Midwives are employed by the DHB?

3.            How many individual Enrolled Nurses are employed by the DHB?

4.            How many individual Health Care Assistants are employed by the DHB? (Or equivalent title undertaking the same or similar duties as a Health Care Assistant (e.g. Hospital Aide, Patient Care Assistant etc.)) 

5.            How many individual Employees, by role that would be covered by NZNO MECA Clause 8.0.1 table one, ‘Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife’ scale of the NZNO/ DHB MECA are currently employed for the below hours or FTE.

Table 1.

  Full Time Equivalent (FTE)   Headcount on each FTE  

80 Hours   per fortnight. (full time)

 

72 Hours   per fortnight. (0.9 FTE)

 

64 Hours   per fortnight. (0.8 FTE)

 

56 Hours   per fortnight. (0.7 FTE)

 

48 Hours   per fortnight. (0.6 FTE)

 

40 Hours   or less per fortnight. (0.5 FTE or less)

 

Casual /   or 0-hour contracts

 

Other   contracts

How many   of the contracts are fixed-term contract

 

6.            How many individual Employees by role that would be covered by clause 8.0.1 table two, ‘Enrolled, Obstetric, Karitane and Nurses Assistant’ of the NZNO/ DHB MECA are currently employed at:

Table 2.

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)

Headcount on each FTE

80 Hours   per fortnight. (full time)

 

72 Hours   per fortnight. (0.9 FTE)

 

64 Hours   per fortnight. (0.8 FTE)

 

56 Hours   per fortnight. (0.7 FTE)

 

48 Hours   per fortnight. (0.6 FTE)

 

40 Hours   or less per fortnight. (0.5 FTE or less)

 

Casual /   or 0-hour contracts

 

Other   contracts

 

How many of the contracts are fixed-term contract

 

7.            How many individual Employees by role that would be covered by clause 8.0.1 table three, ‘Health Care Assistants and Hospital Aides’ of the NZNO/ DHB MECA are currently employed at:

Table 3.

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)

Headcount on each FTE

80 Hours   per fortnight. (full time)

 

72 Hours   per fortnight. (0.9 FTE)

 

64 Hours   per fortnight. (0.8 FTE)

 

56 Hours   per fortnight. (0.7 FTE)

 

48 Hours   per fortnight. (0.6 FTE)

 

40 Hours   or less per fortnight. (0.5 FTE or less)

 

Casual /   or 0-hour contracts

 

Other   contracts

 

How many   of the contracts are fixed-term contract

 

 8.            How many individual Employees by role that would be covered by clause 8.0.2 table, ‘Community Nurse and Midwife Scale’ of the NZNO/ DHB MECA are currently employed at:

Table 4.

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)

Headcount on each FTE

80 Hours   per fortnight. (full time)

 

72 Hours   per fortnight. (0.9 FTE)

 

64 Hours   per fortnight. (0.8 FTE)

 

56 Hours   per fortnight. (0.7 FTE)

 

48 Hours   per fortnight. (0.6 FTE)

 

40 Hours   or less per fortnight. (0.5 FTE or less)

 

Casual /   or 0-hour contracts

 

Other   contracts

 

How many   of the contracts are fixed-term contract

 

 9.            How many individual Employees by grade that would be covered by clause 8.0.3 table two ‘Designated Senior Nurse and Midwifery’ Scale of the NZNO/ DHB MECA are currently employed at:

Table 5.

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)

Headcount on each FTE

80 Hours   per fortnight. (full time)

 

72 Hours   per fortnight. (0.9 FTE)

 

64 Hours   per fortnight. (0.8 FTE)

 

56 Hours   per fortnight. (0.7 FTE)

 

48 Hours   per fortnight. (0.6 FTE)

 

40 Hours   or less per fortnight. (0.5 FTE or less)

 

Casual /   or 0-hour contracts

 

Other   contracts

 

How many   of the contracts are fixed-term contract

 

 10.         Indicate under each question, how many of the contracts are fixed-term contract.

 

Our response is attached

 

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