‘From Where I Stand’ features the thoughts of employees who currently experience challenges in their day-to-day work using existing processes, and the improvement they anticipate once the Administration Information Management System (AIMS) is launched.
Patient Advisor, AIMS
My role as a patient advisor has involved me at many levels in the assessment of health care services
"I have seen the value of participating in events that lead to better services and ultimately better care for Saskatchewan patients. The AIMS project is another of these endeavours."
We don't have access to an organized provincial talent pool
"Even anticipating leadership churn to identify future leadership requirements can be challenging without access to provincial data. "
Manager, Diagnostic Imaging
Scheduling is a challenge
"Currently, it’s difficult to track to the employee level, so scheduling becomes a challenge. Employee turnover adds an additional level of complexity."
Human Resources Business Associate
Three monitors, multiple databases, cramped desktops
"We have three monitors on our desks to have simultaneous access to the multiple databases we reqire for position information."
HR Business Partner
The systems I work with are extremely slow
"I’m hoping that the new system will be faster and more efficient than the systems currently in place."
HR Business Partner
Difficulty accessing information
"Currently, we don’t have the ability to easily find the background on applicants from across the province, so the screening process can be quite complicated as there are numerous systems to reference."
HR Business Associate
1,000 positions a week
"We have separate databases, portal systems, scheduling software and other programs that we need to navigate every day just to access the information required to post or award positions. The Saskatchewan Health Authority posts approximately 1,000 positions a week, so it becomes quite complex."
Senior Accountant, Accounts Payable
"Everything is printed. Invoices will be submitted by email, but we still print them before processing."