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changing time to time. So, the reviewing our company policies will help to adhere the latest technology which makes staff to work more efficiently. Some of the revised policies are Regularly collaborate with their Nominated Supervisors to identify and resolve hazards; Log reports of incidents and hazards within riskware which are automatically assigned to Nominated Supervisors to manage in consultation with staff and others. HSRs communicate and consult with their workgroup, WHS Committees about WHS risk and issues, including concerns which have been raised by their workgroup. 7. Revised Dispute policy: According to feedback received from the staff, all disputes will be handled at the earliest convenience depends on the nature of its effect. Our dispute policies will be reviewed regularly for at least once or twice a year and once the policy has been amended all the staff will be informed and provided with the updated procedures and will be advised if there is any training
required. A survey will also be conducted with staff on dispute policy to know the understanding of the policies by the staff and will make changes to any current policies which feels difficult to understand. Some of the revised dispute policies are Accountancy Victoria will establish mechanisms to promote fast and efficient resolution of workplace issues. Employees and volunteers should feel comfortable discussing issues with their manager or supervisor in accordance with the procedures outlined below. All formal avenues for handling of grievances will be fully documented and the employee/volunteer’s wishes will be taken into account in determining the appropriate steps and actions. This Policy applies to permanent and part-time paid employees and to volunteer workers.
8. Send an email to staff (your assessor).
BSBLDR502 Assessment Task 3 Networking and professional development project 1. Identify networks and professional development opportunities Examples of activities that contribute to professional growth and development: Continuing Education Enrollment in formal degree programs, courses, or workshops Pursuing certificates, accreditations or other credentials through educational programs Participation in professional organizations Attending local, regional, national, and international meetings, conferences and workshops sponsored by professional organizations Presenting papers at conferences and workshops Serving as an officer, board member, or committee member Coordinating events sponsored by the organization Research Conducting research Presenting findings of research to others As a General Manager of Accountancy Victoria, I am planning to undergo different networks and professional development opportunities over the next 12 months for my professional development and benefit to the team and the company.

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