Griverence data software,
SAP, employee information, hours of work, payrolls, etc.
Resume screening software
Performance management software
Automated stuffs to
Next 5 weeks: System development life cycle need analysis and wat tech u need, how to select t
Map out each of these phases.
Panning phase: Why we would implement this technology. E.g.: R&S system, payroll system,
what is the business value?
Awareness: Communication to create awareness (memo, notes, workshop), have awareness
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Because HR systems changing and giving business advantages, more users can have accesses to
The older u r, the less u want to learn tech, tech can be tough
Everyone ready for the change? The tools, etc.
Level 2, IT
An increase in the price of good X will have what effect on the budget line on a normal X—Y graph?
0 A decrease in the horizontal intercept <—fight
0 An increase in the vertical intercept
6 O A parallel inward shift of the line
. A parallel outward shift
lfyou include in your offerings some inferior goods, the demand for these products will increase:
9 . All of the statements associated with this question are correct.
0 during economic booms.
0 during bad economic times.
0 when incomes are high. <—right
If the price of a good fails, then the equilibrium consumption of that good:
0 decreases if it is a normal good.
a . increases if it is an inferior good.
0 remains the same.
0 None of the statements is correct.
Which of the following is true?
0 Indifference curves may intersect.
0 None of the statements is correct. <—right
0 If income increases, a consumer will always consume more of a good.
6 . At a point of consumer equilibrium, the MRS always equals 1.
The total earnings of a worker are represented by E = 100 + $10(24 - L), where E is earnings and L is the number of hours of leisure. How much will
the worker earn if he takes 14 hours of leisure per day?
Motivating for Work Performance
HRMT 3145 S10
March 29, 2015
The purpose of this manual is to identify practices
Beware of badInterview arising from
Interview conducted by the employees
manager or supervisor
Have a second person present
CHAPTER 16 POSTEMPLOYMENT OBLIGATIONS
DUTY NOT TO DISCLOSE
CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION (all
employees) trade secrets, customer lists
DUTY NOT TO SOLICIT OR COMPETE
WITH A FORMER EMPLOYER
CHAPTER 15 DISMISSAL
Review when frustration occurs?
Consider how to determine reasonable
notice under the common law;
Assess the benefits and drawbacks of
providing working notice rather than pay in
CHAPTER 14 DISMISSAL
Differentiate between a good reason for
dismissal and just cause for dismissal
under the common law;
Examine the contextual approach to
determining just cause for dismissal;
Review elements of
CHAPTER 13 TERMINATION
REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE
Assess the purpose of statutory notice of termination or
pay in lieu requirements;
Consider the relationship between statutory and
CHAPTER 12 RESIGNATION
Consider why an employer should formally
accept an employees resignation in
Examine the requirement that a
resignation must be voluntary and
CHAPTER FOCUS CONTD
CHAPTER 11 NAVIGATING THE
Evaluate the effective use of employee policy manuals
Examine the legal requirements for amending an
Consider ongoing management issues, including
CHAPTER 10 PRIVACY
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE
Consider the need for greater protection for
personal information and other privacy rights
Examine the application and function of the BC
Freedom of Information and Protection of
CHAPTER 9 EQUITY IN THE
Examine and compare the concepts of
equal pay for equal work, pay equity
and employment equity
Look at commonly overlooked features
of work typically perform by women
Review the requirem
AND SAFETY LEGISLATION
Review the internal responsibility system
Examine health and safety duties in the
Consider workers rights including the right
to refuse unsafe work,
Learn about ac
CHAPTER 7 WORKERS
Assess the historical tradeoff
Review the key features of workers compensation
Consider eligibility requirements for statutory benefits
Learn how the workers compensation sy
CHAPTER 6 - EMPLOYMENT
Consider BC Employment Standards Act
in setting minimum rights for employees
Examine the minimum standards that
apply to wages, hours of work, statutory or
general holidays, overtime pa
CHAPTER 5 - HUMAN RIGHTS
ISSUES DURING THE COURSE
Examine what constitutes discrimination under BC
Human Rights Code
Evaluate the practical implications of the duty to
accommodate, focusing on grounds of disabili
THE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT
Assess the advantages of a written
Enforceability of employment contracts,
including lack of consideration, inequality
of bargaining power, and obsolescence
Explore common contractual terms
COMMON LAW- ISSUES
Review key common-law issues related to
hiring, including negligent
Consider the distinction between an
employee and an independent contractor;
Review the common categories of
CHAPTER 2 HIRING
HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES
Review Relevant human rights legislation in BC
Analyze the prohibited grounds of discrimination
Assess the requirements of human rights
legislation in relation to hiring (advertisements,