Case Study ‘Technical Instruments Pty Ltd’

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Case Study ‘Technical Instruments Pty Ltd’ Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. Analyse strategic and operational plans 3. Consult line and senior managers to identify human resources needs 4. Develop options for delivery of human resource services 5. Comply with legislative requirements 6. Develop and agree on strategies 7. Agree and document roles and responsibilities of human resource teams 1. Introduction The purpose of the report is to analyse the current state of human resources side of Jim Palmer’s Technical instruments Pty Ltd business. To identify the critical HR systems and services needed at TI and the most effective strategies for delivering them to TI. This report describes the range of…show more content…
Consult line and senior managers to identify human resources needs * Involving HR Team to clearly understand business goals. * Training and promoting communication between staff members and management * Promote team environment by having meetings involving staff at lower level of structure and management * Employ a recruitment manager * In house training and introducing development plans * Open door policy management by walking around * Buy refreshments to increase their morale and decrease turnover 4. Develop options for delivery of human resource services * Promoting staff which can be a positive form of employee development * Require employees who attend external job training to do job training 5. Comply with legislative requirements * Industrial Relations Act 1979 The Act aims to provide for the observance and enforcement of agreements and awards made for the settlement of industrial disputes, as well as rights and obligations in relation to good faith bargaining. * Long Service Leave Act

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