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Human resources in Botanic Inns Botanic Inns try to make sure that their staff and business can work safely and effectively. Human resources staff involve looking after: * Recruitment, retention and dismissal

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Human resources in Botanic Inns Botanic Inns try to make sure that their staff and business can work safely and effectively. Human resources staff involve looking after: * Recruitment, retention and dismissal * Working conditions *Health and safety *Training, development and promotion *Employee, organisations and unions Recruiting and retaining the right employees is important for the business. So staff are protected by rights by employment laws as well as by employee organisations and unions the following acts as follows: #The Employment Rights Act #The Sex Discrimination Act #The Race Relations Act #The Disability Act Botanic Inns provide a more flexible work force and operate methods of working. Botanic Inns will then be able to attract a wider range of applicants for any vacancies and retain exciting staff the company already has invested. ...read more.

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This will be done in accordance with the provisions of the current employment legislation. If in event this matter should arise: #Consideration will be given to a range of appropriate factors, such as length of continuous service, disciplinary record, attendance record and suitability for the work that remains. #Botanic Inns company policy for retirement is to leave that Friday after the employee becomes 65 years of age. Botanic Inns has received an award in investor in people. They have won this award as they believe in training and developing their employees to their best standards. Botanic Inns is clear about its objectives and how its people need to achieve them and there for is recognised as an investor in people. ...read more.

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The Human Resources department for Botanic Inns has a responsibility for training and development through out the company. Then will then see their staff as a good resource that will help the company to achieve their aim and objectives providing that the employees are training and much developed. Botanic Inns aim is to ensure all employees have the best training, opportunities to excel themselves through out their job to receive job satisfaction and to reach the highest standard of efficiency and competence. Botanic Inns would encourage their employees to gain more qualifications in putting them on a program example GNVQ'S in Business this would help the employee to be confident, receive communication and people skills as well as customer service. The company and employee both benefit from this. ?? ?? ?? ?? Zo� Doyle ...read more.

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