Distinguish between dismissal and redundancy, Business Law and Ethics

Question 1:

(a) Describe any five topics in employee relations from the following: Employee Engagement, Workplace Investigations, Employee Satisfaction, Performance Management, Perception of the Human Resources Department and Labour Management Relations.

(b) Define industrial democracy and elaborate on its advantages.

Question 2:

(a) Distinguish between Dismissal and Redundancy?

(b) What are the main causes of redundancy, and elaborate on the phases in handling redundancy situation.

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