Human resource management - induction and employment equity
- Cloete E, Allen-Payne C
- ISBN: 9781869286088
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: N/A
- 121 Pages | Published: 2007
A user-friendly guide to designing, establishing, managing and evaluating an induction programme. Uses an outcomes-based approach while integrating relevant unit standards and industry best practices, as well as SAQA specific outcomes, assessment criteria and reflexive competence. Includes practical work-related examples, case studies and activities, providing the optimal usage of notional hours within the SAQA framework. Aimed primarily at students.
Contents include the following:
- Stakeholders and employment agreements
- Organisational policies and procedures
- Employment Equity Act
- Consultative process
- Developing and implementing the employment equity plan
- Monitoring and evaluating the plan
- Designing and setting up an induction programme
- Managing and evaluating an induction programme.
PART 1: EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS
Chapter 1 Stakeholders and employment agreements
Chapter 2 Organisational policies and procedures
PART 2: EMPLOYMENT EQUITY
Chapter 3 The Employment Equity Act
Chapter 4 The consultative process
Chapter 5 Developing and implementing the Employment Equity plan
Chapter 6 Monitoring and evaluation of the Employment Equity plan
PART 3: INDUCTION
Chapter 7 The purpose of induction
Chapter 8 Designing the induction programme
Chapter 9 Setting up an induction programme
Chapter 10 Co-ordinating and managing an induction programme
Chapter 11 Evaluating the effectiveness of an induction programme
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