When organisations use inconsistent methods to communicate their employee rewards, workers can wrongly perceive they are underpaid, or make unfavourable comparisons across the market. This webcast outlines a simple process for ensuring consistent package valuations.
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Whether making one role redundant or hundreds, HR professionals have a crucial part to play in ensuring organisations meet their extensive legal obligations and avoid claims from current and ex-employees. Watch this webcast to:
ensure redundancies are 'genuine' under the Fair Work Act;
understand employees' entitlements if positions are made redundant;
develop sound redundancy criteria that minimise legal risks;
fulfil consultation and redeployment obligations;
manage a safe internal 'paper trail' about decision-making;
handle interactions with unions; and
add real value to the C-suite by informing decision-makers about their obligations.
At the core of effective coaching is the ability to ask great questions. In this webcast, leadership consultant and trainer Steve Fearns outlines steps HR professionals can use themselves - or share with line managers - to improve the performance of teams and individuals.
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The model Work Health and Safety laws now in force in most Australian jurisdictions place new duties on HR professionals, exposing them to areas of personal liability and other risks that can't be ignored. Watch this webcast to understand:
The extent of WHS duties for HR professionals under the model Act;
Who the law considers an "officer" and what their responsibilities entail;
Areas where HR professionals and other senior staff face personal liability risks;
Steps HR professionals can take to ensure decisions that affect safety are defensible;
HR's role in meeting consultation requirements to employees and others; and
Particular issues in relation to psychological injury risks.
It has never been more important for employers to properly manage sick leave and risks of illness in their workplace. This HR Daily webinar will provide details around legal issues, case law, and management considerations.