This course on Human Resources is designed to provide trainees with a comprehensive understanding of the management of an organization’s workforce. The course covers a wide range of topics, including human resource planning, recruitment and selection, training and development, performance management, employee relations, compensation and benefits, and diversity and inclusion.
The course begins with an introduction to the concept of human resources and its importance in modern-day organizations. The trainees are then introduced to the process of human resource planning, which involves forecasting the future workforce requirements of an organization, identifying the necessary skills and knowledge, and developing strategies to meet those requirements. The course also covers the recruitment and selection process, including the different sources of recruitment, the recruitment process, and the selection process. Trainees learn about various selection techniques, such as interviews, testing, and assessment centers.
You will learn about different training methods, such as on-the-job training, classroom training, and e-learning. This includes learning about the training process, from conducting a training needs analysis to evaluating the effectiveness of training. You will also learn all about performance management, including the performance appraisal process, setting performance goals, and providing feedback to employees. This includes different performance appraisal methods, such as ranking, rating scales, and behavioral observation scales.
Trainees will learn about the employee relations process, including conflict resolution, employee engagement, and grievance handling. The course covers different types of compensation, such as base pay, incentives, and benefits. This includes the importance of creating a fair and equitable compensation system and the role of benefits in attracting and retaining employees.
Finally, the course covers diversity and inclusion, including the importance of creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, strategies for promoting diversity and inclusion, and the role of human resources in supporting these initiatives.
This class is interactive as well as discussion orientated.
- Intro to HR
- Recruitment and Hiring
- Managing Successfully
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity
- Miscellaneous HR Problem-Solving
- Mental Health in the Workplace
- Culture Coaching
- Strategic HR
- Disciplinary Action and Termination/Separation
Who Should Attend this Training?
- HR Professionals including Generalists, Associates, up-andcomers,
and new managers.
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