Initial Training – HR Module Post author By Nadine Sangwa Post date April 3, 2023 No Comments on Initial Training – HR Module HR Disciplinary Policy Grievance Policy Anti Harassment Policy Welcome to Initial Training – HR Module quiz Name Email address 1. What is the definition of Harassment? Please select your answer a) Harassment is any form for solicited, welcomed, and wanted behaviour towards an individual. b) Harassment is any form of behaviour that is unwanted, unwelcomed, unsolicited, unreciprocated, and offensive towards an individual. c) Harassment is a form for bullying that is unacceptable at the workplace. 2. What are the different types of Harassment? Please select your answer a) Sexual, Verbal, Non-Verbal and Moral. b) Verbal, Sexual and Moral. 3. What is Moral Harassment? Please select your answer a) This covers any constant and repeated aggression be it physical, verbal, or psychological affecting working conditions at the workplace with the purpose of belittling, intimidating, or offending the individual or group which potentially affects their health and career. b) This covers any constant and repeated aggression be it physical, verbal, or psychological affecting the company. c) This covers any constant and repeated aggression towards the individual and company. 4. What do we call the “minor” issues in the disciplinary process? Please select your answer a) Formal and first warning b) Issues that can be solved informally. c) Formal resolution of any issues. 5. Confidentiality & Investigations, what is correct? Please select your answer a) Our aim is to deal with disciplinary matters sensitively and with respect to the privacy of any individuals involved and in adherence to data protection laws. Any information given to you in connection with an investigation or disciplinary matter must be treated confidential. b) No disciplinary action will be taken against you until the case has been investigated. c) If the company feels it is appropriate, you cannot be suspended from work. 6. What is true about disciplinary actions? Please select your answer a) The manager will make a decision about what, if any, disciplinary action will be taken. b) You will normally be dismissed for the first offence unless the company. c) First warning: where your conduct does not meet acceptable standards, then you may be issued with a first warning. 7. What is the normal “order” of the different disciplinary actions? Please select your answer a) Warning, Verbal warning, Dismissal. b) First warning, Final warning, Dismissal, Summary Dismissal. c) First warning, Dismissal, Final warning. 8. For the Grievance Policy, what is correct? Please select your answer a) The company may at any stage of the process (informal or formal) propose a facilitated meeting to try and resolve the issue. b) If you are unhappy regarding the way you have been treated, or any aspect of your work, in the first instance you should not raise this informally. c) Where attempts to resolve the matter informally or through a facilitated meeting do not work, it may be appropriate for you to raise a formal grievance under this policy. 9. True or False? Grievances raised while you are subject to disciplinary proceedings will usually be heard only when the disciplinary process has been completed. Please select your answer True False 10. True or False? If you wish to appeal the outcome of a grievance hearing, your appeal must be in writing and sent within ten working days of the decision being communicated to you? True Please select your answer True False Time is Up! Time's up ← Initial Training – Legal → INITIAL TRAINING MODULE 5 – Introduction to Jamie Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.