Principle of Administration Assignment

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PRINCIPLE OFADMINISTRATION
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Legal requirements relating to the managements of office facilities....................................11.2 The typical services provided by an office facility...............................................................11.3 office management procedures.............................................................................................11.4 office resources....................................................................................................................21.5 techniques to monitor and manage work flows.....................................................................21.6 support and welfare facilities for office workers..................................................................2TASK 2............................................................................................................................................22.1 Legal obligations of employer for health and safety.............................................................22.2individual’s responsibilities for health and safety in the workplace......................................32.3 accident and emergency procedures......................................................................................3TASK 3............................................................................................................................................33.1 the purpose of meeting minutes............................................................................................33.2 legal implications of meeting minutes..................................................................................43.3 importance of accuracy in minute taking..............................................................................43.4 Details of meeting minutes....................................................................................................43.5 how to take notes during meetings........................................................................................4TASK 4............................................................................................................................................54.1 features and purpose of different types of formal and informal meeting..............................54.2 role and responsibilities of the chair.....................................................................................54.3 role of others in a meeting...................................................................................................54.4 techniques to facilitate a meeting.........................................................................................54.5 information requirements of a meeting before, during and after a meeting..........................6TASK 5............................................................................................................................................65.1 use of targets and budgets to manage workloads.................................................................65.2 allocate work to individual team members...........................................................................65.3 different quality management techniques to manage the performance.................................65.4 techniques used to identify the need for improvements in team outputs and standards.......7
TASK 6............................................................................................................................................76.1 characteristics, requirements and purposes of different types of events...............................76.2 types of information and information sources needed to organise an event........................76.3 explain how to plan an event................................................................................................86.4 identify the right resources from an event plan....................................................................86.5 describe the likely types of information needed by delegates before, during and after anevent............................................................................................................................................8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES...............................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONThe administration is a management of a business that involves all phases of businessoperations such as accounting, marketing and financing. In a very basic term the administer is togovern that over look the entire process of business. ALDI is a retailer multinational supermarketchain which has operations in several places(Rossi, Perale and Masi 2016).. This reports coverssome legal requirements and obligations which are related to managements.TASK 11.1 Legal requirements relating to the managements of office facilities.Equity act 2010:this act has been used in the organisation of ALDI they do notdiscriminates persons on the basis of sex, age and experience.The Equality Act 2010 legallyprotects people from discrimination in the workplace and in wider society.Employment Rights Act 1996:The Employment Rights Act 1996 is a piece oflegislation, which in essence, created the framework for modern-day labour law in the UnitedKingdom.1.2 The typical services provided by an office facilityInvoicing:company is using it and gives to customers. This is a receipt which has somemain details for the product, money which are paid by , name of customer and company andproduct name too. The quality will be given in it as wellData entry:Data entry is actually a very broad term that encompasses a number ofoccupations. These include electronic data processors, typists, word processors, transcribers,coders, and clerks.1.3 office management proceduresWork Safety and Security:Each employee needs to know the location of the emergencyexits, first-aid kits, fire extinguishers and other safety tools as well as evacuation procedures.Supply Ordering:Each employee should have complete information on your standardsuppliers for various needs at the company and familiarity with the process of generatingpurchase orders (Rossi, Perale and Masi 2016).1
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