Determine objectives consider internal and external

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determine objectives consider internal and external influences determine the content evaluate the program Maintenance o The focus of maintenance is to o Retain staf o Manage staf wellbeing o Involves: o Wellbeing Maximised through staf participation in decision making Involvement in teams Collective bargaining Workplace survey Work-life balance programs o Managing communication Supports employee participation Promotes strong workplace culture o complying with industrial agreements Payroll and benefit obligations are met o Complying with legal responsibilities Ensure legal compliance across all aspects of employment (pay, leave, superannuation) o Communication and workplace culture Efectiveness of workplace relationships is dependent on the strength of communication Poor communication leads to workplace conflict Common methods: Team meetings, staf bulletins/newsletters, seminars, social functions, suggestion boxes and surveys, Email Efective strategies build trust, prevent conflict and minimise escalation of issues
Staf recognition and constructive feedback are critical in building a positive culture o Benefits Monetary and non-monetary rewards Employers required to play superannuation Employees 18-70 who earn more than $450/week Typical benefits include: Flexible working arrangements, paid training, travel allowances, health insurance, subsidised gym membership, housing or company car o Flexible working conditions Allow for efective work places Allow for a balanced work-life Efectively retain staf Minimise family work conflict Reduces separation, recruitment and training costs Create a positive image in the community (employer of choice) o Flexible conditions include Flexible rewards options Share options, leave purchase Flexible work hours study arrangements Career break schemes Job sharing Work-from-home arrangements Family leave Part-year work arrangements o Legal compliance and CSR Employers required to ensure all HR procedures and policies comply with existing legislation Anti-discrimination and sex discrimination legislation WHS Taxation Social justice Industrial legislation and agreements o Major role is to minimise exposure to unfavourable corporate practices Prevented by implementing proactive and preventative strategies WHS Anti-discrimination Conflict resolution Minimised by Providing information about workplace bullying Inducting and training employees in company policy, reporting procedures, cultural awareness Implement grievance procedures and appoint grievance staf
Separation o The focus of separation is managing: o Staf leaving the business o Voluntary and involuntary o Voluntary o Resignation, relocation, voluntary redundancy, retirement o Involuntary o Contract expiry, retrenchment, dismissal Voluntary separation o

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