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THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT. Deals with all the employees of the firm. Deals with all the employees of the firm.

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1 THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

2 Deals with all the employees of the firm. Deals with all the employees of the firm.

3 ACTIVITIES Advertise job vacancies Advertise job vacancies Preparing job descriptions Preparing job descriptions Preparing person specifications Preparing person specifications Interviewing Interviewing Induction of new staff Induction of new staff

4 Health and Safety Issues Health and Safety Issues Calculating staff wages and salaries Calculating staff wages and salaries Sacking employees or disciplining them Sacking employees or disciplining them

5 Staff training Staff training Organisation of holidays Organisation of holidays Writing staff appraisals – this the yearly meeting that allows employers to evaluate employees Writing staff appraisals – this the yearly meeting that allows employers to evaluate employees

6 RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION Recruitment is about getting people to apply for a job vacancy Recruitment is about getting people to apply for a job vacancy Internal recruitment is when you get applicants from inside the organisation Internal recruitment is when you get applicants from inside the organisation External recruitment is when applicants are from outside the organisation External recruitment is when applicants are from outside the organisation

7 Selection is choosing the best person from the applicants who would be good for a job vacancy. Selection is choosing the best person from the applicants who would be good for a job vacancy. The most important aspect of selection is interviewing. The most important aspect of selection is interviewing.

8 Once applicants have been interviewed they may be asked to take some tests e.g. IQ or personality Once applicants have been interviewed they may be asked to take some tests e.g. IQ or personality A short list is then drawn up and the best person will be offered the job. A short list is then drawn up and the best person will be offered the job. This is usually subject to references from previous employers. This is usually subject to references from previous employers.

9 CALCULATING WAGES There are a number of ways of calculating wages:- There are a number of ways of calculating wages:- Flat rates – set salary paid per year, split into 12 payments Flat rates – set salary paid per year, split into 12 payments

10 Time rates – paid a fixed rate per hour, Time rates – paid a fixed rate per hour, Overtime Rate – given to those employees who work more than their contracted hours. Overtime Rate – given to those employees who work more than their contracted hours. Piece Rate – employee is paid according to how much they produce. Piece Rate – employee is paid according to how much they produce.

11 Standard Hour – combination of time and piece rates. Employees expected to produce so much in a hour Standard Hour – combination of time and piece rates. Employees expected to produce so much in a hour Bonus Rate – a bonus given to employees who produce more than required Bonus Rate – a bonus given to employees who produce more than required Commission – normally for sales staff who receive a percentage of what they sell Commission – normally for sales staff who receive a percentage of what they sell

12 DOCUMENTS USED IN THE HR DEPARTMENT Job Description – a detailed description of what is involved in a particular job. Job Description – a detailed description of what is involved in a particular job. Person Specification – details what sort of person a firm is looking to employ Person Specification – details what sort of person a firm is looking to employ

13 Application Form – may ask candidates for a CV. Both are used to get background information on an applicant for a job vacancy. Application Form – may ask candidates for a CV. Both are used to get background information on an applicant for a job vacancy. Contract of Employment – given to employees which details their conditions of employment e.g. pay. Contract of Employment – given to employees which details their conditions of employment e.g. pay.

14 Holiday Rota – this is used to work out employees holidays. Holiday Rota – this is used to work out employees holidays. It usually will show each employee and will contain a calendar, where employees can choose the dates they want. It usually will show each employee and will contain a calendar, where employees can choose the dates they want.

15 It is important so that the firm will always have enough people working and that not everyone is away at the same time. It is important so that the firm will always have enough people working and that not everyone is away at the same time. Staff Rota – similar to a holiday rota. This is used on a daily basis to show what tasks employees will be asked to do. Staff Rota – similar to a holiday rota. This is used on a daily basis to show what tasks employees will be asked to do.

16 Training Request Form – this is filled in when an employee wants to attend a training course. Training Request Form – this is filled in when an employee wants to attend a training course. The employee will need to explain why they want to go on the course. The employee will need to explain why they want to go on the course.

17 TYPES OF TRAINING 1. Induction Training Training given to new employees Training given to new employees 2. On-the-Job Training Training given while at your place of work Training given while at your place of work 3. Off- the-Job Training Training done outwith your place of work. Training done outwith your place of work.


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