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Module 1: O ciclo de trabalho

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Gerenciamento de recursos humanos: o ciclo de trabalho

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Business Management - Human resource management: the employment cycle

The employment cycle

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The management of the employment cycle of each individual employee is the
responsibility of the Human Resource Manager and the staff in the HR
Department. The employment cycle refers to the stages that an employee's
career passes through as they progress in terms of their employment within
an organisation. It encompasses the stages frequently referred to as -
recruitment, selection, induction, training and development,
maintenance and motivation and, finally, termination or separation. It is
important that the HR Manager has systems in place that not only monitor
these various stages and assist the employee to reach optimal performance
levels, but that controls are put into place for the benefit of the
individual employee's own career as well as for the benefit of the
organisation as a whole.

In developing various policies and procedures associated with the
employment cycle, the HR Manager must take into account previous
organisational practices and procedures, the legal rules and regulations
already in force and the legal rules and regulations that the organisation
must comply with together with the awards or enterprise agreements that
already apply to the specific job or organisational workplace. The HR
Manager must also take into account known and established principles of
business ethics and social responsibility. Specific obligations and
responsibilities arise out of the relationship between employees and the
employer and must be included in the policies and procedures relating to
the employment cycle.

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