BSBMGT502 - MANAGE PEOPLE PERFORMANCE - Summative assessment 1.docx

BSBMGT502 - MANAGE PEOPLE PERFORMANCE - Summative assessment 1.docx

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BSBMGT502 - MANAGE PEOPLE PERFORMANCE Summative assessments 1 Question 1: Outline relevant legislative and regulatory requirements What are some of the legislative and regulatory issues that should be considered in the context of managing people performance? List six. Legislative and Regulatory issues that should be considered in our practice include: [1] The State Service Amendment (Performance) Act 2011 (proclaimed on 17 August 2011) [2] Employment Direction 26 (signed by the Premier on 4 February 2013) bring into effect the legal framework for effective performance management within the State Service and a culture of accountability for performance and continuous improvement. [3]The federal Fair Work Act 2009 is most important because of its provision of minimum employment standards for all Australian workers, as well as its coverage of important issues such as termination of employment and industrial relations [4] Anti-Discrimination Laws: a number of laws which aim to protect people from certain kinds of discrimination in public life and from breaches of their human rights by Commonwealth departments and agencies [5] The National Employment Standards (NES) are 10 minimum employment entitlements that have to be provided to all employees. The national minimum wage and the NES make up the minimum entitlements for employees in Australia [6] The Small Business Fair Dismissal Code came into operation on 1 July 2009. The Fair Dismissal Code applies to small business employers with fewer than 15 employees (calculated on a simple headcount of all employees including casual employees who are employed on a regular and systematic basis) Question 2: Outline relevant awards and certified agreements You must be able to outline relevant awards and certified agreements for the industry in which you work. From what sources will such information come? 70–80 words - Awards are legal documents that outline the minimum pay rates and conditions of employment. Awards apply to businesses and employees depending on the industry they work in and the type of job worked. Awards don’t apply when a business has a registered agreement in place. [1] Australian Government Industry Award 2016
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[2] Australian Bureau of Statistics (Interviewers) Enterprise Award 2016 [3] Reserve Bank of Australia Award 2016 [4] Optus Award 2015and Telstra Award 2015 [5] CSIRO Enterprise Award 2016 [6] Australian Public Service Enterprise Award 2015 [7] Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement Award 2016 [8]
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