Key statistics - Residential Care Workers Register

Last update: 21 February 2023

End-of-quarter NSW Residential Care Workers register statistics – 31 December 2022.

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    Summary

    These are the second quarterly figures. Go-live date was 18 July 2022.

    The data refers to currently engaged workers (recorded with an 'engaged' status on the register).

    • 18 of 65 NGO agencies are Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations
    • 37 of 65 NGO agencies are accredited for Residential Care
    • NGO agencies manage 89% of all currently engaged workers
    • 28% of current engagements are staff sourced from Labour Hire agencies. These sit across 26 agencies
    • 68% of current engagements are Back Capture* entries
    • 7% of currently engaged individuals identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
    • 63% of currently engaged individuals identify as female, 37% as male, 0.6% as X
    • 14% of individual workers have multiple agency associations**, across 40 agencies

    * Back Capture engagements are those which had commenced prior to Register launch

    ** Multiple agency associations means the worker is engaged by more than one agency

    Latest quarter detailed statistics

    31 December 2022

    Workers engaged by DCJ or NGO

    Some workers are engaged by both the DCJ and an NGO.

    Workers engaged by DCJ or NGO
    DCJNGO
    8647252

    Labour hire

    % and number of workers engaged through labour hire

    There are 704 workers engaged through labour hire in DCJ and 1,538 in NGOs. There are 160 workers engaged not through labour hire in the DCJ and 5,714 in NGOs.

    Multiple associations

    % and number of workers with multiple agency associations

    DCJ 475 individuals with only one agency and 389 with multiple agencies. NGOs 5,290 individuals with only one agency and 910 with multiple agencies.

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