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Australian master human resources guide / by CCH Australia

By: CCH Australia.
Publisher: North Ryde : CCH Australia, 2016Edition: 11th ed.Description: xix, 1535 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781925356984.ISSN: 1833-5985.Subject(s): Human resources management | Personnel management | Employment | Fair Work Act 2009 -- AustraliaOnline resources: Download as an eBook
Contents:
STRATEGIC APPROACH TO HR: Human resources management in uncertain and changing times -- Strategic and sustainable human resource management -- Assessing the human resources contribution -- Diversity management - a strategic initiative beyond equal employment opportunity. EMPLOYMENT AND INDUSTRIAL LAW: Employment contracts -- Law and the employment relationship -- Awards, workplace agreements and enterprise agreements -- The role of unions - right of entry and industrial action. HR FUNCTIONS: Workforce planning -- Recruitment and selection -- Remuneration management -- Work health and safety -- Equal employment opportunity - discrimination, harassment and other unlawful behaviour -- Business in the digital age. ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Employee consultation and involvement strategies at the workplace -- Implementing change -- Ethics, corporate responsibility and human resource management -- Leadership. CAPABILITY AND PERFORMANCE: Education and professional development for HR practitioners -- Learning and development -- Career development -- Managerial self-development - a self-directed approach to developing managerial talent -- Managing performance - essential and difficult. CONTEMPORARY HR ISSUES: Social media, networking and the workplace -- Work/life balance -- Skills shortages and the ageing workforce -- Mergers and acquisitions - managing the human resources -- Human resources outsourcing -- Moving from employee to consultant -- Managing knowledge and intangible assets. HR IN PRACTICE: Policies and procedures -- Job descriptions and person specifications -- Managing international workers -- Pre-employment vetting -- Interviewing for recruitment -- Induction -- Independent contractors -- Annual leave -- Personal, sick and carer's leave -- Long service leave -- Parental leave -- Other types of leave -- National Employment Standards -- Superannuation -- Incentives -- Employee retention -- Coaching and mentoring -- Fair performance and conduct management procedures -- Managing grievances and conflict -- Bullying -- Misleading or deceptive conduct in employment -- Employees and intellectual property -- Privacy -- Email and internet use -- Workplace surveillance -- Workplace incident notification and investigation -- Health and safety risk management and compliance -- Workers compensation -- Workplace counselling and employee assistance programs -- Redundancy -- Issues when transferring employees on the sale of a business -- Unfair dismissal and fair termination requirements -- Taxation of termination benefits -- Post-employment restrictions on employees -- International human resource management.
Summary: Provides an overview of the key areas of compliance for Australian human resources professionals. Explores the strategic framework of HR as well as looking at best practice methods.
List(s) this item appears in: CCH eBooks - in title order
Item type Home library Call number URL Status Notes Date due Barcode Item reserves
Book Book Australia
208 CCH 2016 (Browse shelf) Available CA012264
EBook EBook International
CCH eBook (Browse shelf) Link to resource eBook Available as an ebook here
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STRATEGIC APPROACH TO HR: Human resources management in uncertain and changing times -- Strategic and sustainable human resource management -- Assessing the human resources contribution -- Diversity management - a strategic initiative beyond equal employment opportunity. EMPLOYMENT AND INDUSTRIAL LAW: Employment contracts -- Law and the employment relationship -- Awards, workplace agreements and enterprise agreements -- The role of unions - right of entry and industrial action. HR FUNCTIONS: Workforce planning -- Recruitment and selection -- Remuneration management -- Work health and safety -- Equal employment opportunity - discrimination, harassment and other unlawful behaviour -- Business in the digital age. ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Employee consultation and involvement strategies at the workplace -- Implementing change -- Ethics, corporate responsibility and human resource management -- Leadership. CAPABILITY AND PERFORMANCE: Education and professional development for HR practitioners -- Learning and development -- Career development -- Managerial self-development - a self-directed approach to developing managerial talent -- Managing performance - essential and difficult. CONTEMPORARY HR ISSUES: Social media, networking and the workplace -- Work/life balance -- Skills shortages and the ageing workforce -- Mergers and acquisitions - managing the human resources -- Human resources outsourcing -- Moving from employee to consultant -- Managing knowledge and intangible assets. HR IN PRACTICE: Policies and procedures -- Job descriptions and person specifications -- Managing international workers -- Pre-employment vetting -- Interviewing for recruitment -- Induction -- Independent contractors -- Annual leave -- Personal, sick and carer's leave -- Long service leave -- Parental leave -- Other types of leave -- National Employment Standards -- Superannuation -- Incentives -- Employee retention -- Coaching and mentoring -- Fair performance and conduct management procedures -- Managing grievances and conflict -- Bullying -- Misleading or deceptive conduct in employment -- Employees and intellectual property -- Privacy -- Email and internet use -- Workplace surveillance -- Workplace incident notification and investigation -- Health and safety risk management and compliance -- Workers compensation -- Workplace counselling and employee assistance programs -- Redundancy -- Issues when transferring employees on the sale of a business -- Unfair dismissal and fair termination requirements -- Taxation of termination benefits -- Post-employment restrictions on employees -- International human resource management.

Provides an overview of the key areas of compliance for Australian human resources professionals. Explores the strategic framework of HR as well as looking at best practice methods.

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