The lowest level of earnings of employees set by Government.
Mutuality of Interests
Relating to Performance Management. Both employer and employee have a mutual interest in achieving organisational objectives.
The process of observing employees while performing their respective jobs or tasks used to collect data regarding specific jobs or tasks.
The process of managing the departure of employees. Like onboarding, it is another aspect of talent management.
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) – The law relating to the health and safety of personnel at work.
A relatively new term, it is more far reaching than historical orientation programmes. It links new employees with team members very early in the employment process and continuing after the traditional orientation programme ends.
Usually occurs as a result of, or in response to, pressures from outside (external) and/or from within (internal) the organisation.
A pattern that emerges from the interlocking system of the beliefs, values and behavioural expectations of all the members of an organisation.
Planned, organisation-wide effort, managed from the top, to increase organisational effectiveness through planned interventions in the organisation process using behavioural science knowledge.
A benefit offered by the employer to displaced employees, which may consist of such services as job counselling, training, and job-finding assistance.
A contractual agreement between an employer and an external third party provider whereby the employer transfers responsibility and management for certain HR, benefit or training related functions or services to the external provider.
Paid Parental Leave
Supported by legislation allowing 22 weeks paid leave which a new mother may share with her partner, funded by a payroll levy.