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Human resource management

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Employee Performance Policy and Procedures
The Employee Performance policy and procedures are directed at building a high performance, high care culture across the Department through a focus on improvement. The procedures specify, for all groups of employees, a procedurally fair approach...
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Staff Induction Policy and Procedures
The Staff Induction policy outlines the mandatory requirements for implementing a formal induction program that introduces all newly appointed employees to the Department, its policies, procedures, and orients them to their worksite.
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Workplace Bullying
The Workplace Bullying policy affirms the Department’s commitment to safe, equitable and non-discriminatory workplaces, and guides employees and line managers in the prevention and effective management of bullying in the workplace.
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Implementation Guidelines and Explanatory Notes for the School Education Act Employees' (Teachers and Administrators) General Agreement 2008 and Teachers (Public Sector Primary and Secondary Education Award) 1993
The document comprises implementation guidelines addressing the Agreement and Award as well as explanatory notes for each clause of the Agreement and Award. The new Agreement and Award are to be read together.
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Part-time Work Guidelines
These guidelines provide processes for part-time work arrangements within the Department. Please download the Word version from the sidebar at the right of the page.
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Retirement on Grounds of Ill Health Guidelines
An employee who is unable to perform the inherent duties required of their position due to long term or permanent medical incapacity may be retired on the grounds of ill health.  This guideline outlines the process by which an employee...
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Salary Packaging Guidelines
Salary packaging is a voluntary arrangement available to all Department employees. You may sacrifice your gross salary to obtain benefits. The benefit is deducted from your pre-tax salary which reduces your taxable income.
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Staff Induction Guidelines
The Staff Induction Guidelines provide supporting information, mandatory and elective induction programs, and links to the Department’s strategic directions and policies.
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Working Alone Guidelines
Working Alone Guidelines
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Awards and agreements
Information about awards and general agreements is available from the Labour Relations website.
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Public Sector Standards in Human Resource Management
This is a link to the Public Sector Standards in Human Resource Management from the Public Sector Commission website.
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Senior School Psychologist Guidelines
The Senior School Psychologist classification recognises experienced School Psychologists within the School Psychology Service. The purpose of the classification is to enhance career opportunities for School Psychologists and to recognise the...
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Staffing Portal
This is a link to the Department of Education Staffing Portal.
Human resource management
http://www.det.wa.edu.au/policies/detcms/navigation/human-resources/human-resource-management/

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