HealthRoster

State wide Rostering Program

A new rostering system – HealthRoster – is being implemented in waves across Local Health Districts (LHDs) and Health Agencies, replacing multiple legacy systems around the state. The system will enhance our people's ways of working and enable patient, staff and organisational benefits.

Since 2015, the system has been implemented in 13 Local Health Districts, the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network, NSW Health Pathology, HealthShare NSW, and eHealth NSW. The System will be implemented in Hunter New England LHD, Far West LHD, Western Sydney LHD and Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health in 2018, completing the rollout.

HealthRoster allows managers to more effectively roster to staffing needs by time of day, day of week and by skill level. Users receive dynamic feedback on these parameters as well as on award compliance during the online building of rosters. As rosters are built and modified, managers are alerted to over or under staffing, and to potential violations of award conditions.

Benefits of HealthRoster include:

  • Improved transparency of shift allocation
  • Staff can view their roster from any device with internet access and check that adjustments, such as call backs and overtime, are added as their roster is worked
  • Improved access to roster data for managers to inform decision making

For support please contact your Local Roster Administrator, contact SWSD on 1300 285 533 or visit SARA.

Employee Online (EOL) Mobile is coming soon!

A simple and convenient way for all staff to check their rosters anytime and anywhere in Australia, EOL Mobile is a mobile-friendly feature of HealthRoster that’s intuitive and easy to use.

To find out more visit the EOL Mobile Pilot page.

Login to Employee Online (EOL) to view your roster

Please select your agency / Local Health District

 

Introducing Casual Staff Management

Expressing Interest in a shift

Direct Booking a shift

Adding Availability in EOL

SMS Shift Requests

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