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Complete Syllabus Study Notes - HR

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Leadership style - To achieve maximised output, manager’s must undertake following functions: o Organisation o Planning o Staffing o Directing o Controlling - Difference between manager and leader: manager must have formal authority - Leadership style adopted depends on type of business, personality of the manager and circumstances requiring leadership and decision making - Leadership styles include: o Autocratic o ‘Laissez-faire’ o Democratic

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Human resource management Employment compensation Australian labour law Working time Employment Workplace Turnover Australian workplace agreement Labour law Dismissal Compensation and benefits Fair Work Act
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Human resource management Employment compensation Australian labour law Working time Employment Workplace Turnover Australian workplace agreement Labour law Dismissal Compensation and benefits Fair Work Act
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between an employer and employee → in order to achieve strategic goals of a business - Involves o Planning of staffing needs o Acquisition and maintenance of employees o Training and development o Supervision and management of the performance of all employees o Separation of employees when they leave the business o Management of issues such as conflict resolution and the changing nature of the workplace - Sets employee as an asset rather than a cost Strategic role of human resources - Is to ensure that the productivity if a business or its output per person can achieve its fullest potential - Employees are effective and efficient in the way they go about their tasks - Possible to observe three major areas within strategic HR management o Best practise – includes employment security, merit selection self-managed teams, high pay based on business performance and the reduction o...
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