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1232 PERSONNEL AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
 


    Personnel and industrial relations department managers plan, direct and coordinate policies concerning personnel and the industrial relations activities of the enterprise or organisation, under the broad guidance of the directors and chief executives, and in consultation with managers of other departments or sections.

    Tasks include -

    (a) planning, directing and coordinating policies concerning personnel and the industrial relations activities of the enterprise or organisation;

    (b) planning and organising procedures for recruitment, training, promotion, determination of wage structures and negotiations about wages, liaison and consultation with workers, and related personnel matters;

    (c) overseeing safety, health and related programmes and activities, with the participation of all concerned;

    (d) controlling expenditure and ensuring the efficient use of resources;

    (e) establishing and directing operational and administrative procedures;

    (f) planning and directing daily operations;

    (g) overseeing the selection, training and performance of staff;

    (h) representing the department in its dealings with other parts of the organisation or with outside bodies;

    (i) performing related tasks;

    (j) supervising other workers.

    Examples of the occupations classified here:

  • Department manager, industrial relations

  • Department manager, personnel


   
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 Updated 16 September 2004, by VA.