Legislation regulations and fair work rules The Fair Labor Act Regulations and

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Legislation, regulations and fair work rules The Fair Labor Act, Regulations and Rules comprise the main legislation covering the work of the Fair Labor Commission.
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Fair Labor Act of 2009 Fair Labor Regulation 2009 Fair Work Commission Rules 2013 5. Research recruitment and selection processes best practice. The best practice is to predict who would be the best person for a role using a variety of recruitment and selection methodologies. The application of best practices indicates that only work-related factors are considered in the evaluation of recruitment and selection. A weak recruiting and selection process increases the likelihood of poor hiring and this can have a significant impact on financial and non-financial organization. The financial cost of hiring a poor recruit goes beyond the costs involved in appointing the person. It also extends to the person's ongoing wage costs, and when an experience period is not managed efficiently or when a position proves to be quite diferent from the position that was announced, legal costs. A weak recruiting decision can also have a demoralizing efect on the team as their roles can be afected as time, money, and efort are spent, raising recruitment to the standard, impacting the motivation to perform its own functions and possibly organizational productivity. 6. Develop a recruitment and selection policy and set of procedures, including checklists, that complies with organisational, legal and policy requirements. Develop procedures for: vacant position analysis position descriptions advertisements and promotion shortlisting interview preparation interviewing applicants reference checks job offer Ensure you consider and include provisions for: external reference checks offers of employment (including advice about salary, terms and conditions, probation). Attached 7. Develop a draft communications plan for the organisation using suitable media and including managers and other staff who need to be informed of new policy and procedures.
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