XXXX XXXXX 555 Garth Street Omaha, NE 66345 May 29, 2012 Rob Talbit President LJB Company 1000 Main Street Omaha, NE 66225 Dear Mr. Talbit: I have recently been appointed to the role of evaluating LJB Company’s internal controls. If the company decides to go public there are additional internal controls that will need to be implemented and some that will need modified to meet the Sarbanes-Oxley Act requirements. First all officers of the company will have to establish a set list of internal control procedures. Those procedures should focus on steps that LJB Company can follow to ensure the accuracy of the financial reports. It would need to be reviewed and signed off on by all responsible officers.
Assessment 3: projects Project 1. Explain how, when working would you find out what was expected of you and what work standards would be expected of you. How would this knowledge impact on the ways in which you organise your time and your work tasks? I would find out what was expected from a written job description which would be provided by my employer. Each task would be explained on the job description by my manager, so we are both clear on what is expected of me.
The PM will also have to ensure that they are complete at a minimum of twelve months out to afford his or herself the opportunity to categorize and develop a clear agenda for distribution prior to D-Day. Technical Requirements: During the conference there will be several presentations and more than likely in an effort to manage the budget some members will attend virtually, all
b) List three main features of current employment legislation. 2) Briefly outline why employment law exists. Task B 1) Describe the terms and conditions of your employment as set out in your contract of employment or employment agreement. 2) Describe the information which needs to be shown on your pay slip/statement. 3) Identify two changes to personal information which you must report to your employer.
The sales manager should have comprehensive instructions to the clientele requiring their fulfillment of the contract. 8. Discuss organizational rumors you have heard: what they were about, how they got started, how accurate they were, and how people reacted to them. What lessons can you learn from these episodes? I currently work with people who spread rumors.
In your project this week, you will identify legal, moral and ethical issues as well as develop a 3-step plan for keeping personal and professional ethics separate. Before you begin the project, take a few minutes and think about all of the various issues you have studied this term. Which issues stood out for in your mind? Would you categorize that issue as legal, ethical or moral? Why?
Then you would ask the main supervisor if the line manager cannot answer your enquiry. Any general information can be found at the administration office. Bii - You would put your concerns in writing form and be clear about dates and times, and what steps you have already taken and any responses you have had. You would first talk to your senior or manager. If it is not dealt with then you may go to the next person in charge.
At the very bottom of the slip are lists of pay and deductions this employment year to date and previous employment, net pay of the month and employer’s contributions. 2.3 If there is a matter in which I have a grievance the procedure to follow starts at stage one, which is to put it in writing and pass it on to my manager, then discuss the grievance in detail with my manager. If I am not satisfied with the outcome then I would move on to stage two, to make a written
2.3 Describe the procedures to follow in event of a grievance Creating a grievance procedure An employer must draw up a written grievance procedure and provide a copy of it to its employees. Where appropriate, management, employees and their representatives should be involved in drawing up the procedure. Management and supervisors should be aware of the contents of the grievance procedure. Steps of the code of practice The code of practice requires the following steps to be taken: Holding a meeting A meeting should be held with the employee to discuss their grievance. You should arrange for a formal meeting to be held without unreasonable delay after a grievance is received.
Task A - Imagine you are a newly appointed supervisor/manager within your service. You need to update your staff handbook to reflect current employment law. Identify three different sources of information you could use to enable you to do this. • https://www.gov.uk/browse/employing-people - The government website rules and regulations on employing people. • http://www.hse.gov.uk/ - HSE is the national independent watchdog for work-related health, safety and illness.