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Employer may be ordered to reinstate employee from any date not earlier than date of dismissal Order employer to reinstate employee in work employee was employed before or other reasonably suitable work on any terms as from date not earlier than date of dismissal Order employer to pay compensation Explain the nature and practical implications of degrees of power sharing in participation Lowest Referred to as pseudo-participation Management uses idea of participation to persuade workers to accept their decisions Management creates feeling of participation even though decision has already been made Low Management is genuinely prepared to be influenced Management will change decision if worker resistance or pressure too great High Managers inform workers of intention to make decision Invite views of workers before decision is final Higher Managers invite workers to sit around table where problem is considered and process of shared problem analysis and solving take place Still managements right, duty, responsibility, prerogative to make final decision Highest Management and workers reach decisions jointly Each member of decision making body has equal power to determine outcome of decision You have been asked to conduct an employment relations management audit in your organization. Explain how you would conduct this audit HRM audits utilize and yield information on how well HR function performs Assessments and measures used: o Extent to which organization practices and policies are in compliance with relevant legal requirements o Satisfaction and other perceptions in organization about role and quality of HR departments performance o Extent to which HRM objectives are achieved Step 1 Sell idea of HRM audit and emphasize potential benefits Determine purpose of audit Step 2 Form audit teams, inform relevant role players/stakeholders of expectations o Provide brief explanation of reasons for audit o Give detailed information to each individual of information required o Emphasise importance of completing comprehensive audit o Provide reason why access to relevant information needed Step 3 Gather information
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5 o Determine what information needs to be collected o Decide if one, few or all operations will be audited o Determine audit period o How will findings be presented Decide which method will be used to collect data Step 4 Compile audit report Rank non-compliance in order of severity Determine potential legal liability Write a report o Language used appropriate for target audience o Report limited to acceptable lengths, contains accurate description of all findings o Contains set of recommendations Step 5 Discuss results of report Present report Step 6 Decide on way forward
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6 Why is it important for an ogranisation to have a specific mission statement? It is an enduring statement of purpose that distinguishes an organization from other similar ones
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