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Organisational Culture
A pattern that emerges from the interlocking system of the beliefs, values and behavioural expectations of all the members of an organisation.
Orientation
The introduction of employees to their jobs, co-workers, and the organisation by providing them with information regarding such items as policies, procedures, company history, goals, culture, and work rules. Similar to Induction.
Outsourcing
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 [possibly later in 2000] 12 weeks paid leave which a new mother may share with her partner, funded by a payroll levy.
Peer appraisal
A performance appraisal strategy whereby an employee is reviewed by his/her peers who have sufficient opportunity to examine the individual’s job performance.
Peripheral Labour Force
Employees less critical to organisational success and can be expendable.
Performance planning
A total approach to managing people and performance. Involving setting performance aims and expectations for the organisation, departments and individuals employees.
Personal grievance
A complaint brought by one party to an employment contract against another party. See Part 9 of the Employment Relations Act 2000.
Recruitment
The process of bringing into an organisation personnel who will possess the appropriate education, qualifications, skills and experience for the post offered.
Redundancy
The act of dismissing an employee when that employee is surplus to the requirements of the organisation.