Management of people. Business Management - National 5. Learning Outcomes. 1.1 – Stages of the Recruitment Process 1.2 – Methods of Staff Training and Costs & Benefits 1.3 – Methods of Motivating Staff and Costs & Benefits 1.4 – Current Employment Legislation. Contents.
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Business Management - National 5
Learning Outcome 1.1
Making the Appointment
Learning Outcome 1.2
In-House Training (On the Job)
Off the Job Training
Learning Outcome 1.3
Industrial Action – this is the last resort that employees will take in order to have their views heard. It can take a variety of forms:
Learning Outcome 1.4
This act was introduced to simplify the numerous pieces of anti-discrimination legislation that existed.
Its primary purpose is to protect people from discrimination in employment on the grounds of their:
Aims to protect the rights of the individual by governing the collection, storage and use of information that is held.
There are 8 basic principles that organisations must follow: