Generally follows the format of individual guidance that is focused on job performance and aimed at one person alone. The coach specifically advises the person on how to tackle and perform a particular task and providing constructive feedback and delegating further similar tasks, setting goals or higher level tasks for the individual to complete.
The process by which [an] employer[s] will negotiate employment contracts with [a] union[s].
Compensation for injury to an employee arising out of and in the course of employment that is paid to the worker or dependents by an employer whose strict liability for such compensation is established by statute, which commonly includes explicit exclusions for injury caused intentionally, by wilful misconduct, and by voluntary intoxication from alcohol or illegal drugs.
An underlying characteristic of a person’s motive, trait, skill, aspect of one’s self-image or social role, or a body of knowledge.
Competency based pay is a compensation system that recognises employees for the depth, breadth, and types of skills they obtain and apply in their work. Also known as skill based and knowledge based pay.
1. Coercion by threats to act promises to refrain and includes a resignation given as an alternative to be dismissed.2. A breach of duty by the employer leading a worker to resign.
Employees who may be: casual labour, part-timers, freelancers, subcontractors, independent professionals and consultants.
Contract for Services
An agreement with an independent contractor.
The skills, knowledge and abilities which employees must possess in order to successfully perform job functions which are essential to business operations. An organisation’s basic lines of business. Its core strengths and abilities.
The removal of hierarchical layers in an organisation.
A procedure carried out in the workplace in the event of an employee committing some act contrary to terms of the employment agreement. If the act is regarded as Gross Misconduct this may lead to Summary Dismissal.
The process of delivering educational or instructional programmes to locations away from a classroom or site to another location by varying technology such as video or audio-conferencing, computers, web-based applications or other multimedia communications.