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There was consistent acknowledgement by our stakeholders that St. Joseph’s existing culture and strong sense of shared purpose is what sets us apart and bolsters our people during challenging times like the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, we also heard that we have much work to do in honouring this culture. We need to recognize our unconscious biases, increase our competency in equity, diversity and inclusion and listen to the experiences of our workforce to identify barriers and create solutions. It was also evident in the feedback that our staff and physicians are steadfast in their commitment to the wellbeing and resiliency not just of each other but also of those we serve.
Be it flexible work environments, meaningful recognition of staff or investment in leadership, we are encouraged to extend the same compassion we provide to our patients, to our employees and volunteers.
We will enhance our thriving culture where wellness, diversity and a sense of belonging is fostered and the potential and capacity of everyone is supported.
accomplish By 2025
- We will deepen our knowledge and lead in equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging (EDIB) practices focused on our staff and physicians.
- We will support the wellness of our staff and physicians by continuing to build foundational health and psychological wellness practices in the workplace.
- With our educational and academic partners, we will have a robust human health resources strategy to recruit, retain and develop the work force of the future
- We will strengthen the capacity and development of our leaders with a particular focus on new and emerging leaders.