Presentation on theme: "Starter 1. You do not need to switch on your computers 2. Get your notebooks and a pen and bring your chairs to the front 3. YOUR QUESTION OF THE DAY How."— Presentation transcript:
Starter 1. You do not need to switch on your computers 2. Get your notebooks and a pen and bring your chairs to the front 3. YOUR QUESTION OF THE DAY How many zeros are there in 1 Trillion?
There are 2 answers: A trillion in English-speaking countries, such as the UK & USA: there are twelve zeroes (1,000,000,000,000) A trillion in other countries: eighteen zeroes (1,000,000,000,000,000,000)
Business Studies Year 11 Unit 2 – People and Business Rights and Responsibilities of Employers and employees The success of a business depends on good working relationships between employers and employees. Job roles and responsibilities need to be clear The organisational structure has to be well defined and there needs to be good lines of communication Everyone in work needs to know their legal rights and responsibilities and what to do in the case of a dispute
Investigating Job Roles Lesson Objectives: To learn how an organisational chart is structured To understand how job descriptions determines someones place in the chart To find out about the key job roles of Managers, Supervisors, Operatives and Support Staff. Learning Outcomes: All will know how job descriptions and organisational charts work in a business Most will be able to clearly see how the activity in lesson 4 helps them to review their Supermarket Some will have made a good start on their Unit 2 coursework in lesson 5
Todays Plan Lesson 1: -Watch the short PowerPoint to introduce the section. -Use the rest of the lesson 1 today to familiarise yourself with your Supermarkets employee/jobs section and find any info on their organisational structure. Lesson 4: -Premier League Activity – organisational structure and job descriptions -Application to Supermarket business Lesson 5: Begin type-up following new Unit 2 booklet