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Delivering a post pandemic workplace strategy with Liesl Westberry, Head of Service Optimisation and Improvement at City of Casey

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The City of Casey is a local government area in Victoria, Australia in the outer south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Casey is Victoria's most populous municipality, serving over 340,000 people. In 2017 the opening of a new significant arts, cultural and community precinct, called Bunjil Place, was opened. Coinciding with this, the City of Casey workplace changed to a new, activity-based, way of working. Most of the City of Casey staff are based in the Bunjil Place centre.

In 2019, leadership at Casey felt that improvements to the workplace strategy were needed and embarked on a revision of the strategy. Not long into the early stages of this process, Covid hit. Rather than, put their workplace strategy on hold, City of Casey instead took a more ambitious approach. Not only did they continue with their workplace strategy revision, they set about reimagining their way of working to meet the needs of a post-pandemic workplace.
Listen now to our podcast chat with Liesl Westberry, Head of Service Optimisation and Improvement at City of Casey.
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The City of Casey is a local government area in Victoria, Australia in the outer south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Casey is Victoria's most populous municipality, serving over 340,000 people. In 2017 the opening of a new significant arts, cultural and community precinct, called Bunjil Place, was opened. Coinciding with this, the City of Casey workplace changed to a new, activity-based, way of working. Most of the City of Casey staff are based in the Bunjil Place centre.

In 2019, leadership at Casey felt that improvements to the workplace strategy were needed and embarked on a revision of the strategy. Not long into the early stages of this process, Covid hit. Rather than, put their workplace strategy on hold, City of Casey instead took a more ambitious approach. Not only did they continue with their workplace strategy revision, they set about reimagining their way of working to meet the needs of a post-pandemic workplace.
Listen now to our podcast chat with Liesl Westberry, Head of Service Optimisation and Improvement at City of Casey.
Subscribe and follow us on our LinkedIn page to be the first to listen to our latest episodes!
Curious to find out how we can help you create a better world of work? Find us on www.veldhoencompany.com.

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