HR - HUMAN RESOURCES WHO IS AT FAULT? In the accident in...

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HUMAN RESOURCES WHO IS AT FAULT? In the accident in the factory case or a similar case, after outlining the facts, it is necessary to determine who is at fault and the degree of fault which should be assigned to each party. HR OUTLINE - 2011 FINAL ROUND Clearly Understood Problem Statement 3 Elements - Health and Safety - Well being of employees - Public domain - Dangerous good elements - Labour relations, contracting out work - Culture of company, leadership - Ministry of transportation - Compensation - Communication strategy - Professionalism of presentation ……. Case studies on Minerva Website.
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ANALYSIS ROLES ARBITRATOR Independent / Objective / Unbiased You listen to each side in accordance with an established process Must render a decision based on established and known rules, mores, standards, regulations, etc. Your opinion on the issue is not relevant Approach - Outline the facts - Summarize issues on each side - Determine degree(s) of fault. - Determine compensation, penalty, restitution, etc.
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