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- Essential meaning of the ROI concept. - Calculating ROI for decision support and planning purposes. - Using ROI for competing proposals. - When to use and not use ROI. - ROI input data: Discounted vs. non-discounted cash flow. - ROI for business case scenarios. - Comparing ROI to other cash flow metrics, including NPV, IRR, and Payback Period. D. recommendations to meet HR needs including recommendations for service level agreement/s SLAs can come in several varieties. An Enterprise SLA is an agreement between the service provider and all customers of an entire organization. A Customer SLA is an agreement between the service provider and a specific
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BSBHRM501 Manage human resources services customer group of the organization. A Service SLA is an agreement between the service provider and the customers of a particular service. Reasons that you, as an IT consultant, might advocate developing an SLA with customers include: - A newly implemented SLM strategy by the IT organization. - A new technology or product is going “live” from development or test stage. - Customer concerns regarding the delivery of IT services. - Customer desire to choose how much service they want IT to provide. E. a discussion of HR strategies to deliver HR services in accordance with business needs, diversity, and anti-discrimination policy. A human resources management strategy is the overall plan that leads the implementation of specific HRM functional areas. HRM strategies guide personnel decisions that ensure the best fit for the organization. All functional areas of HRM strategies need to match the overall business strategy. Some companies may divide these strategies into four major areas: culture, people, organization and human resource systems. Some successful organizations attribute strategic planning to the success with their customers and employees. HRM strategies play an important role in defining and implementing many of these plans. One of the strategic tools used in retaining capital talent is the employee satisfaction survey. Employees are asked their opinions regarding various policies, amenities, benefits and career development. Conducting customer interviews is another possible tool to determine satisfaction. HRM plays a significant role in each of these processes.
BSBHRM501 Manage human resources services Action plan Activity Timeline Strategy/application of policy (if relevant) Resources Person Policy Document Performance Issues 1 month - The supervisor to document the areas of the employee's performance that need improvement. - Employee information. - Relevant dates. - Description of performance discrepancy or gap. - Description of expected performance. - Description of actual performance. - Supervisor - All staff Human Resources Policy Develop an Action Plan 2 months - The supervisor should establish a provisional action plan for improvement, which may be adjusted based on employee feedback in the meeting.

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