BSBHRM501 task 1.docx - BSBHRM501 Manage human resources services Task 1 Report on Human Resources Requirements The purpose of this report is to

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BSBHRM501 Manage human resources services Task 1
Report on Human Resources Requirements The purpose of this report is to identify human resources needs for JKL Industries. This report has been prepared based on the analysis of business documentation, consultation with internal stakeholders and a review of external business environment. Analysis of business documentation JKL Industries have Australian Workplace Agreements, industrial relations policy and procedures relating to workplace behaviours and values. However, HR officers have limited knowledge of strategic management and have little control over or influence in implementing industrial relations policy. As they report directly to the Division Manager, they are functioning more as administration assistants than as a strategic HR resource. Employees are not provided with written copies of procedures not are they trained in values, Behaviours, codes of practice or workplace cultural issues. Many employees are confused about their rights and entitlements at work and not clear on who they should speak to if they have a problem. Consultation with internal stakeholders Line and senior managers need to be consulted to identify HR service delivery needs such as performance management assistance, retention, recruitment assistance for redundancies and retraining of rental employees and outsourcing. A review of the external business environment The external business environment includes: Award and enterprise agreements, and relevant industrial instruments; Relevant industry codes of practice; Legislation that affects business operation such as work health and safety (OHS/WHS), equal opportunity, anti-discrimination. Two options to meet human resources needs: Option 1 Outsourcing basic HR services (to meet business need to reduce costs and free up HR to do more important, strategic work) Basic ROI $ 1,500,000 $ 100,000 $ 100,000 x 100% = 1400% return ROI weighted for risk using expected value $ 1,500,000 ( 0.9 ) $ 500,000 $ 500,000 x 100% = 170% return
Option 2 Basic ROI $ 1,000,000 $ 100,000 $ 100,000 × 100% = 900% return ROI weighted for risk using expected value $ 1,000,000 ( 0.9 )− $ 100,000 $ 100,000 × 100% = 800% return The risks associated with the external business environment include: Labour market skills shortages due to mining;

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