Work teams are the lifeblood of a business. Most people prefer a harmonious workplace and the different demands, expectations and personalities create a wide range of issues that the manager has to deal with. Workplace Relations Laws govern the framework that applies to all parties within the establishment. Like all laws they are worded in legal terms and the manager must ensure that they understand the framework that applies to their industry segment.
Components in this Module
1 - Introduction
2 - Developing Strategies and Policies
- Developing Strategies and Policies
- HR Policies
- IR Laws Applying to a TH&E Business
- Industrial Relations
- Common Terms of Engagement
- Employment Arrangements
- Useful Websites
- Fair Work Act
- EEO and Anti-Discrimination
- EEO and Anti-Discrimination Legislation
- Workers Compensation
- Checkpoint 1
- WHS Act
- Codes of Practice
- Human Resources Planning
- Planning for Growth
- Planning Recruitment and Retention
- Retention Policy
- Checkpoint 2
- Incorporating Risk Management
- Some Important Policies
- Sexual Harassment
- External Economic Influences
- Checkpoint 3
- Understanding Employment Conditions
- Rostering in the Hospitality Industry
- Damage Control: Court Case - Training Agreement
- Unfair Dismissal
3 - Creating a Positive Industrial Relations Climate
- Beginning with the Induction
- Induction Programs
- Creating Development Plans
- Action Plan
- Supporting Teams and Individuals
- Checkpoint 4
- Communicating Industrial Relations Issues
- Staff Representatives
- Providing Information
- Communicating on Workplace Unrest
- Implementing a Performance Management System
4 - Resolving Employee Relations Problems
- Resolving Employee Relations Problems
- Establishing Clear Industrial Relations Protocols
- Grievance Procedures
- Establishing Grievance Procedures for Employees
- Stages of a Grievance Resolution
- Features of a Good Grievance Procedure
- Establishing Procedures for Dealing With a Grievance
- Damage Control: Housekeeping
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Main Types of ADR
- Using Professional Assistance
- Checkpoint 5
- Establishing Monitoring Procedures for Workplace Relations
- Consulting Relevant Parties
5 - Managing Diversity
- Managing Diversity
- Reflecting Social Diversity
- Benefits of a Socially Diverse Workplace
- Checkpoint 6
- Using Diversity to Enhance the Business Image
- Promoting Diversity
- Workplace Policies
- Overcoming Barriers to Achieving Diversity Objectives
- Checkpoint 7
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