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Requirements for Assessment 1:Pen, paper, computer, Internet access, template ATO (Tax withheld), timesheet and pay slip templateInternet Links: Award: http://www.fwc.gov.au/documents/modern_awards/award/ma000009/default.htmNational Employment Standards:https://www.fairwork.gov.au/employee-entitlements/national-employment-standards Assessment 1 Your task: Answer the following questions. Each question must be completed. Go to https://www.fairwork.gov.au/employee-entitlements/national-employment-standards and identify the award provisions for: Leave including shift workersmandated breaks between shiftsmaximum allowed shift hoursstandard, overtime and penalty pay rates Responsesleave including shift workers:mandated breaks between shifts:maximum allowed shift hours:standard, overtime and penalty pay rates: You employ 3 chefs. John is casual, Jack is part-time and Chenelle is employed full time. They all arrive for the morning shift. After 1 hour a storm hits the restaurant and the power goes off. The manager informs staff that they shall clean up and leave as power will be off at least for 2 days. After 1.5 hours all staff leave. What is their pay entitlement for that day? Minimum Hours What are the leave provisions for the following instances? carers compassionate reasons illness or injury jury service long service maternity or paternity rehabilitation of injured workers study Leave provisionssick and carerscompassionate reasonsInjury and rehabilitation of injured workersjury servicelong servicematernity or paternitystudy One requirement of a business is to maintain and administer rostering records. Go to https://www.fairwork.gov.au/employee-entitlements/national-employment-standards templates and guides, and download the file >Pay slips and record keeping>Weekly time and wage records template Complete the timesheet using the following information: Joseph (Level 6 cook (tradesperson) grade 5) – will be working from 15.30 – 22.00 on Mon, from 6.00 – 14.30 on Thurs, Fri and Sat and from 13.30 – 22.00 on Sun. Complete the pay slip including superannuation info (any fund) and tax (tax calculator template attached)Attach the documents to this assessment. What are the requirements for time and wage records? How long must these records be kept? What is the importance of rosters for efficiency in an organization and how can a roster be used to control staff costs? Provide 3 examples for benefits for using a social and cultural skill mix in the hospitality industry: 1. 2. 3. Provide 3 examples for different religious and cultural beliefs of staff commonly working in the TH&E industry and how these religions potentially need to be accommodated for when preparing rosters: 1. 2. 3. Assessment 02: Requirements for Assessment 2:Computer, Internet Access, Spreadsheet templateInternet Link: http://www.fwc.gov.au/documents/modern_awards/award/ma000009/default.htm Instructions for assessment including WHS requirementsThis assignment consists of 2 Parts, Part A and Part B:For Part A you are required to establish a roster based on provided criteria, access the Fair Work website and determine the award rates, establish overtime as applicable at the correct award rates, and calculate the wages for each staff member. Further, you are required to establish the total wage bill for the working week.For Part B you are required to troubleshoot a short notice staff incident which does require you to investigate and find a solution for replacement of staff, determine the associated impact on budget and the legal aspects to be considered based on the legislative provisions for shifts, breaks, overtime etc. on the Fair Work website. PART A Your Tasks All relevant information relating to awards and award conditions must be sourced from the following website: http://www.fwc.gov.au/documents/modern_awards/award/ma000009/default.htm You are required to develop the roster for the week commencing 16 January 2017 to 22 January 2017, using the spreadsheets provided. Note: The information provided below includes a 30 minute meal break for each staff member. You will need to use the Roster spreadsheet to develop this staff roster on the first Tab. Mark (Front Office grade 1) – will be working from 13.30 – 22.00 on Wed, Thurs, Fri and Sun and from 13.30 – 20.00 on Sat. Tom (Front Office grade 1) – will be working from 6.00 – 14.30 on Mon, Tues, Wed and Sun and from 6.00 – 12.30 on Saturday. Jordan (Front Office grade 1) – will be working from 22.00 – 6.30 Tues, Wed, Thurs and Fri and from 24.00 – 6.30 on Sat. Sam (Front Office grade 2) – will be working from 15.30 – 22.00 on Mon, from 6.00 – 14.30 on Thurs, Fri and Sat and from 13.30 – 22.00 on Sun. Shelly (Front Office grade 2) – will be working from 13.30 – 22.00 on Mon, Tues, Wed and Thurs and from 13.30 – 20.00 on Fri. Darren (Front Office grade 3) – will be working from 22.00 – 6.30 on Mon, Fri, Sat and Sun and from 24.00 – 6.30 on Tues. Scott (Front Office Supervisor) will be working from 6.00 – 14.30 on Mon, Tues, Wed and Sun and from 6.00 – 12.30 on Thurs. Margaret (Front Office Supervisor) – will be working from 15.30 – 22.00 on Tues, 13.30 – 22.00 on Wed and Sat, 12.30 – 21.00 on Thurs and from 6.00 – 14.30 on Fri. Once you have developed the roster based on the above information, transfer the roster on TAB Part A and: Check if each employee has at least two rostered days off in the week. Highlight these days in grey colour. Calculate the weekly wages for each of the staff. Calculate work hours for the week for each staff member. Locate the correct hourly rate for each staff member based on their award including penalty rates which apply for specific times during weekdays and for Saturdays and Sundays. Calculate the wages for each staff member for the week for this roster. Calculate the total Wages for the week. Determine if the wage budget of $7200.00 for the week is being met. By how much is it over or under? Part B You are required to troubleshoot a short notice staff incident which does require you to investigate and find a solution for replacement of staff, determine the associated impact on budget and the legal aspects to be considered based on the legislative provisions for shifts, breaks, overtime etc. on the Fair Work website: http://www.fwc.gov.au/documents/modern_awards/award/ma000009/default.htm It is Saturday afternoon on the 18th January at 14.30 hours. Sam leaves work due to symptoms of gastro and the supervisor tells her to stay home until she is well again. Identify the existing staff who could be contacted to cover for Sam’s shift on Sunday from 13.30 – 22.00 and calculate their entitlements to enable you to do a comparison and evaluation. Calculate the wage entitlement for a casual to cover Sam’s shift Sunday from 13.30 – 22.00 at award level “Front Office Level 3”. How is the wage budget of $7200.00 affected if no existing staff can cover the shift of Sam, and a casual for this shift at Front Office Level 3 would be employed? What would be the cheapest option for the business to cover Sam’s shift given your findings in a, b and c? Would you choose this option?Which aspects do you need to consider in terms of job role/level and adequate breaks? Assessment 03: Requirements for Assessment 3:Computer, Internet Access, a team or simulated team working under at least 1 hospitality award or an award relevant for the course undertaken, a Spreadsheet template or rostering software or as instructed: _________________________________________________Internet Link: http://www.fwc.gov.au/documents/modern_awards/award/ma000009/default.htm PART A You are required to develop a roster for a given period as outlined to you by your trainer below. Once you have established the shift/rostering requirements you are required to interview each staff member and identify any special social, religious, family or other requirements to be considered for the purpose of the roster period. Where any special request have been made, document these in the table overleaf and obtain a signature for the relevant staff member to verify your communication provisions. Your roster must ensure: Adequate skill mix supported by award/grade listed for each staff member on the rosterEffectiveness of rostering times to keep overtime and allowances to a minimumAll shift allowances according job roles and details provided to you (e.g. tool allowance, split shift allowance etc. as these apply)Provisions of meal breaks in line with legislation Roster Period 1 Simulated Team WorkplaceLocation: ________________________ Department: ________________________Period: ___________________Staff SignatureTeam member NameClassificationAge if under 21Special Requirement1234567891011 PART A Marking Criteria SITXHRM002 Roster staffCriteriaSNYSSNYSCommentsDevelop staff rostersThe individual requirements of staff members are identifiedEach staff member is reflected in the rosterThe award levels are identified correctlyThe skill level mix rostered is adequate according to the award level descriptions in the award Not adequate – Reason 1. 2. 3.The hours rostered for each staff do not exceed 38 per weekThe meal breaks provided are adequateSpecial requirements from staff are reflected in the rosterThe shift allowances are calculated correctly for week daysThe shift allowances are calculated correctly for week nightsThe correct rates are calculated for SaturdaysThe correct rates are calculated for SundaysThe correct rates are calculated for Public Hols where relevantWhere overtime is rostered, the award provisions are identifiedOvertime is calculated correctlyThe roster reflects a realistic system based on the given operational aspects – Specify e.g. 5 staff kitchen preparing Bistro style food for 120 lunches + 170 dinners during weekdaysPresent and communicate staff rostersThe roster is presented in a clear mannerThe roster clearly shows the time/periodEvidence for distributing roster is provided: 2 required Method 1: SMS/MMS ______________________ Method 2: Written copy/email _____________________ Method 3: Noticeboard and staff alert _________________Evaluate rostersRefer to Evaluation in Roster 2 and inclusionsFeedback PART B You are required to develop another roster for a given period as outlined to you by your trainer below. If this is concurrent with the roster developed in Part A, identify 5 options for economical approaches e.g. combining workplace tasks ; staggering start and finish times or similar. Your colleagues have told you that the roster during period 1 was insufficient in terms of staff mix and numbers to handle Friday and Saturday nights due to the high frequency and variance of different meals ordered If you work in a different department apply this issue in that area). Reflect this in your next roster by including 1 additional level 1 or 2 and 1 additional staff at level 3 during the evening service (or e.g. check out/reception – during the morning shift). Once you have established the shift/rostering requirements you are required to interview each staff member and identify any special social, religious, family or other requirements to be considered for the purpose of the roster period. Where any special request have been made, document these in the table overleaf and obtain a signature for the relevant staff member to verify your communication provisions. Your roster must ensure: Adequate skill mix supported by award/grade listed for each staff member on the rosterEffectiveness of rostering times to keep overtime and allowances to a minimumAll shift allowances according job roles and details provided to you (e.g. tool allowance, split shift allowance etc. as these apply)Provisions of meal breaks in line with legislation Roster Period 2 Simulated Team WorkplaceLocation: ________________________ Department: ________________________Period: ___________________Staff SignatureTeam member NameClassificationAge if under 21Special Requirement1234567891011 Marking Criteria SITXHRM002 Roster staffCriteriaSNYSSNYSCommentsDevelop staff rostersThe individual requirements of staff members are identifiedEach staff member is reflected in the rosterThe award levels are identified correctlyThe skill level mix rostered is adequate according to the award level descriptions in the award Not adequate – Reason 1. 2. 3.The hours rostered for each staff do not exceed 38 per weekThe meal breaks provided are adequateEconomical aspects have been identified and incorporated in roster 2 (Skills, combined Tasks etc):1. Benefit:Benefit:3. Benefit:4. Benefit:5. Benefit:Special requirements from staff are reflected in the rosterThe shift allowances are calculated correctly for week daysThe shift allowances are calculated correctly for week nightsThe correct rates are calculated for SaturdaysThe correct rates are calculated for SundaysThe correct rates are calculated for Public Hols where relevantWhere overtime is rostered, the award provisions are identifiedOvertime is calculated correctlyThe roster reflects a realistic system based on the given operational aspects – Specify e.g. 5 staff kitchen preparing Bistro style food for 120 lunches + 170 dinners during weekdaysPresent and communicate staff rostersThe roster is presented in a clear mannerThe roster clearly shows the time/periodEvidence for distributing roster is provided: 2 required Method 1: SMS/MMS ______________________ Method 2: Written copy/email _____________________ Method 3: Noticeboard and staff alert _________________Evaluate rostersThe roster from period 1 was evaluated in terms of functionalityThe identified changes have been incorporated in this roster:Feedback

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