Manage business documents design and development assessment 1

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Manage business documents design and development assessment 1

Part 1 – Establish Document Standards

Task 1

Questionnaire:

Task 2

Survey/Questionnaire

  • information capture (e.g., student grades and attendance, teacher employment data, new library book titles)
  • information access (e.g., previous student course grades, library book availability, instructional software use, World Wide Web mining)
  • information processing (e.g., grade point averages, trend lines, finished documents)
  • information sharing (e.g., e-mail, video teleconferencing, telephones, TV, electronic transcripts, electronic data interchange)
  • Next, prioritize the determined needs. It is likely that the set of needs is a mixed bag of things that could be addressed in a number of different ways. For example:

  • Some needs are best carried out using technology (those involving repetitive tasks and mass storage and retrieval of data).
  • Some needs or tasks are best accomplished manually.
  • Some needs are problems that can be solved only by changing organizational policies and procedures—”business process re-engineering” is the buzzword most often applied to this procedural improvement.
  • Some needs, while real, simply aren’t important enough to warrant additional consideration-the organization can afford to defer or ignore them, and live with the consequences.
  • Task 3

    Documents that the company uses

    Task 4

    Style Guide

    a) All documents are created for different purposes. It is important to documents are made to display its information as clear as possible and different programs can be used to display information more clearly.

    b) Enhancing certain information is important and this can be done by using different programs. For example, Powerpoint is great for presenting information in slides. Excel is good for grids and making graphs. Word is a report maker which helps when information has a lot of words and text.

    c) Naming documents is important. having an organised system of naming documents can help find the documents easier. For example, putting dates on documents which are created every day. Certain clients can be named with the documents. Purpose and title of the documents should also be in the name.

    d)

    i. font: Arial, Black, 12

    ii. spacing: 1.5 Spacing

    iii. bullet and numbering: Default

    iv. headings: Arial, Bold, Italics, 14

    v. margins: 2.54 Top , 2.54 Bottom , 2.54 L...

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    Task 5

    Part1

  • An employee’s 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 withhold 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 employee’s 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:

  • The matter/s of concern;
  • Actions necessary to resolve the concerns;
  • A timetable for improvement to be evidenced
  • This notice will be signed and confirmed by the employee to record the discussion in (3) above. If there is a disagreement as to the content of the notice the employee shall have the opportunity for their view to be placed on the record.
  • Appropriate monitoring and counselling shall then be provided to the employee by the business manager or other authorised person.
  • Where the problem/s are not rectified through the use of the above proves, the employee’s contract of employee may be terminated.
  • Part 4

  • At any meeting or discussion forming part of the process in part 2 or 3, the employee may be accompanied by a Union representative or other person of the employee’s choosing.
  • Part 5

  • On request a dismissed employee will…
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