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38 Profession Map Our Professional Standards V2.4 39 Profession Map Our Professional Standards V2.4
BANDS AND
TRANSITIONSBEHAVIOURS
CORE PROFESSIONAL
AREAS
DESIGN AND
ARCHITECTURE INTRODUCTION
PROFESSIONAL
AREAS
Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Band 4
9.16.1 Relevant current
local employment law and
discrimination law. Knows
what the organisation needs
to do to mitigate risk.
9.16.2 Relevant current
local employment law and
discrimination law in local and
international jurisdictions, plus
proposed changes. Knows
what the organisation needs
to do to mitigate risk.
9.16.3 Relevant current
local employment law and
discrimination law in local and
international jurisdictions, plus
proposed changes. Knows
what the organisation needs
to do to mitigate risk.
9.16.4 Relevant current
local employment law and
discrimination law in local and
international jurisdictions, plus
proposed changes. Knows
what the organisation needs
to do to mitigate risk.
9.17.1 Understands the role
of legislation in progressing
issues of diversity.
9.17.2 Understands the role
of legislation in progressing
issues of diversity.
9.17.3 Understands the role
of legislation in progressing
issues of diversity.
9.17.4 Understands the role
of legislation in progressing
issues of diversity.
9.18.1 The fundamentals of
employee relations.
9.18.2 Employee relations
issues and risks and knows how
to coach managers in them.
9.18.3 The significance
of the employee relations
climate and culture in the
organisation and its impact
on employee motivation and
performance.
9.18.4 Employee relations
issues and how their
management can both
positively and negatively
impact the organisation’s
performance and culture.
9.19.1 Communicating
information regarding
employee relations policies
and procedures.
9.19.2 Gathering, analysing
and presenting feedback on
ER-related communications
and feedback.
9.19.3 Creating and delivering
employee relations plans,
including communication and
involvement mechanisms.
9.19.4 Developing an
employee relation strategy
with corresponding
communication and
involvement plan.
Employee relations
Ensure that the individual and collective relationship between the
organisation and its employees are managed appropriately; within a clear
framework underpinned by organisation culture, practices, policies and
ultimately by relevant law.
Review this technical professional area in conjunction with the core areas.
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