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Employee Feedback Platform
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ASIC currently engages with three different suppliers to collect, analyse and interpret data in relation to employee feedback and engagement. These data points include:
- New employees who have been with ASIC for at least 3 months (Onboarding)
- Yearly organisational survey to measure engagement, innovation, culture, wellbeing (Engagement)
- Employees leaving the organisation (Offboarding)
- 360-degree feedback which is used for talent and performance development (360 Assessment)
Together, this data provides the People & Development team with insight into the current trends, potential watch points, and guidance to inform our people strategy.
The objective of this procurement is to source a suitably qualified and experienced supplier to design, facilitate and administer all aspects of an Employee Feedback Platform (EFP). The primary aim of the EFP is to administer the yearly Engagement survey, however, it has scope to include the aforementioned data points, depending on the capability of the supplier. Combining all data points in one platform will create more efficiencies from an administrative and procurement perspective and allow deeper analytics into the data we collect, including the ability to obtain predictive analytics.
The Supplier must ensure that any goods and services proposed comply with all applicable Australian standards (or in its absence an international standard) including any requirements or standards specified in this Statement of Requirement. Potential Suppliers should note that they may be required to enable the Customer, or an independent assessor, to conduct periodic audits to confirm compliance with all applicable Australian or international standards.
Web Content Accessibility
The Supplier must ensure that any website, associated material and/or online publications (where applicable) complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines available at: https://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/wcag.
Work Health and Safety
Prior to commencement of the Contract, the Customer’s Contract Manager and the Supplier’s Contract Manager will identify any potential Work Health and Safety issues anticipated to arise during the term of the contract and assign management of each issue identified to the party best able to manage it. The?Supplier will provide the Customer with a plan for approval.
Throughout the Contract Term, the Customer and the Supplier will proactively identify and cooperate to manage any Work Health and Safety issues that arise. )
Delivery and Acceptance
The Customer must accept or reject any deliverables under the Contract in accordance with the Commonwealth Contract Terms
To participate in this Australian Securities and Investments Commission procurement activity all organisations must comply with the Commonwealth Approach to Market (ATM) Terms
The contract with the successful tenderer is for an initial 4 year term with a provision for 4 x 12 month extensions. It is planned that the contract will be executed on or about the 18th of May. The successful tenderer is expected to make an immediate start and it is envisioned that the