Week 1, Lesson 1: Understanding the basicsAs JKL Industries HR consultant you will need to have a good understanding of the basicconcepts in business planning, and staff recruitment, selection and induction. Carefully read through the Appendices Recruitment and Workforce Planning to understandthe JKL Industries Case Studyand then answer the following questions.Task 1InstructionsStudents are required to answer the following ten (10) questions. All questions must beanswered. Approximate word counts are provided for each question. Dot point answers areacceptable.1. The table below identifies the industrial relations legislation that may be relevant to JKL Industries and the recruitment, selection and induction of staff. Write the name of the legislation in the middle column and how JKL Industries might comply with the requirements in the right hand column of the table. Note: The first one has been completed for you as a guide.
Legislative RequirementsName of LegislationHow might JKL comply?Equal employment opportunityHuman Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Act 1986JKL must ensure that all applicants and staff are judged fairly.Anti-discriminationSex discrimination act 1984Disability discrimination act1992marital or relationshipstatus, actual or potentialpregnancy, sexualorientation, genderidentity, intersex statusIndustrial relationsWorkplace relationsregulationsFair work act 2009Annual leaveSuper annulationRental leaveSalaryInsurancesWork and compensation actJKL must ensure that allapplicants and staff arecovered by workers