Mentoring program

AHRI MENTORING PROGRAM

Terms and conditions 

In applying for and entering into the AHRI Mentoring Program, it is understood that the following code of conduct is to be adhered to at all times.

Mentee

  1. Mentee engaging in the Mentoring Program run by Australian Human Resources Institute (ABN 44 120 687 149) (AHRI) will submit honest and true information to participate in the mentoring program for a period the period stated (New to HR, HR Professional, APC Program Student).
  2. Participants will complete the application form honestly and to the best of their knowledge.
  3. There is to be no discrimination of mentor based on age, gender, ethnicity, or any other such discriminable matters.
  4. Participants will enter into the mentoring relationship with a commitment to assist each other to develop and learn in an environment that will support honesty, fairness and respect.
  5. The mentee is responsible for initial contact when paired with mentor. Failure to do so after 1 (1) week of relationship notification may result in assumption of withdrawal, and mentee may be removed from relationship.
  6. AHRI enforces a strict policy of no bullying, abuse or misconduct on the part of the participants and that failure to abide by this may result in termination from the program and further action if necessary.
  7. When discussing matters, shared documents or other such information in engaging in the program, both parties are bound by strict confidentiality and that failure to do so may result in termination from the program and further action if necessary. If you feel you are unable to uphold this requirement, due to legal implications or discovery of sensitive information, please contact AHRI immediately.
  8. Mentees are aware that once the mentoring program has ceased, they are no longer a recognised mentor/mentee combination in the program.
  9. The mentee understands the minimum 1 hour time commitment per month to engage in the program.
  10. Once they have made the commitment to participate in the AHRI Mentoring Program that if for any reason they cannot see the program through to it’s conclusion, they need to notify AHRI Office and their mentor as soon as possible. Participants wishing to withdraw from the program are required to complete a formal withdrawal process.
  11. Participation in the Mentoring Program will involve inherent risks associated with travelling to and from meeting your partner. AHRI will not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever (including, without limitation, indirect, special or consequential loss), expense, damage, personal injury or death which is suffered or sustained (whether or not arising from any person's negligence) in connection with the program, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law (in which case that liability is limited to the minimum allowable by law).
  12. AHRI accepts no responsibility for any tax implications that may arise from the participation in the Program.
  13. Further questions regarding the Program or any Mentoring matter can be directed to mentoring@ahri.com.au.

Mentor

  1. Mentors engaging in the Mentoring Program run by Australian Human Resources Institute (ABN 44 120 687 149) (AHRI) will submit honest and true information to participate in the mentoring program for the period stated and mentor either category of mentees as per their preference(s) at the time of application(New to HR, Professional, APC Program Student).
  2. Participants will complete the application form honestly and to the best of their knowledge.
  3. The mentor, in becoming a part of the Mentoring Program, will provide some time to share ideas, knowledge and experiences with their partner in the mentoring relationship.
  4. There is to be no discrimination of mentee based on age, gender, ethnicity, or any other such discriminable matters.
  5. Participants will enter into the mentoring relationship with a commitment to assist each other to develop and learn in an environment that will support honesty, fairness and respect.
  6. The mentor is asked to respond to their mentee after initial contact within 48 hours.
  7. AHRI enforces a strict policy of no bullying, abuse or misconduct on the part of the participants and that failure to abide by this may result in termination from the program and further action if necessary.
  8. When discussing matters, shared documents or other such information in engaging in the program, both parties are bound by strict confidentiality and that failure to do so may result in termination from the program and further action if necessary. If you feel you are unable to uphold this requirement, due to legal implications or discovery of sensitive information, please contact AHRI immediately.
  9. Mentors may not engage in mentoring a mentee ‘unofficially’ outside the realms of the program if the connection was provided by AHRI during the current year in which either party applied into the program.
  10. Participation in the Mentoring Program will involve inherent risks associated with travelling to and from meeting your partner. AHRI will not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever (including, without limitation, indirect, special or consequential loss), expense, damage, personal injury or death which is suffered or sustained (whether or not arising from any person's negligence) in connection with the program, except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law (in which case that liability is limited to the minimum allowable by law).
  11. AHRI accepts no responsibility for any tax implications that may arise from the participation in the Program.
  12. Further questions regarding the Program or any Mentoring matter can be directed to mentoring@ahri.com.au

 

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