Assessment 1 manage business documents

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Assessment 1 manage business documents

Part 1- Establish document standards

Task1

Task2

Task3

Survey/questionnaire that can be used to identify types of documents used and required by the organisation.

Questionnaire

Does this organisation use charters?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use company reports?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use concept statements?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use confidentiality agreements?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use consent forms?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use drafts?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use fact sheets?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use business reports?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use forms?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use letter of agreements?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use emailings?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use position papers?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use registration documents?

A. Yes

B No

Does this organisation use reports?

A. Yes

B No

Task4

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Assessment 1 manage business documents
Last updated: Sep 2023

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Task4

a) The purpose of the documents should always be considered because the document must be made to be easy to understand for the audience.

b) Title should provide a good identification of the document. Font must be standard and consistent and colours should be as simple as possible. Darker colours are better because they are easier to read.

c) Documents must be named correctly and stored into the appropriate folders. They should also have the date that it was created.

d)

Headings – Bold size 14 Arial

Text – Size 12 Arial

Numbering – Indented and Numbered with full stop for example(1. An employee)

Spacing – 1cm

Margins – 2.54 top, bottom, left and right

Task5

PART 1

  • An employees contract of employment may be terminated by either the employer or the employee gibing the notice required by the applicable award or the industrial relations act 1990.
  • Where the prescribed notice is not given, the employee shall be paid wages, in Lieu of notice, or the employer may wages due to the employee, as the case may be equivalent to the notice not given or received.
  • PART 2

  • Notwithstanding part 1 above, where any employee is guilty of misconduct, the contract of employment may be terminated instantaneously. In such cases there is no requirement for the giving of notice nor payment in lieu of notice.
  • Where it is alleged that an employee is guilty of misconduct, the employee shall be provided with details of the allegations and be given a reasonable opportunity to respond to allegations prior to a decision being made to either terminate the employment or to issue a written warning.
  • PART 3

  • Where it is alleged that an employees capacity or performance is unsatisfactory, then the following procedure should be followed. He existence of this procedure shall not prevent an employee being dismissed in accordance with part 2 above.
  • The initial discussion and direction will be provided on an informal basis by the business manager or other authorised person. The employee shall be advised that such discussion forms part of the process arising out of clause 3.1
  • If the problem/s persist the business manager or other authorised person will discuss with employee:
  • The matter/s of concern;
  • Actions necessary to resolve the concerns; and
  • A timetable for improvement to be evidenced
  • Input including explanations will be south from the employee
  • As a result of this discussion the business manager or other authorised person will notify the employee writing regarding those matters in question discussed per clause 3.5 above.
  • The notice will detail:

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