Human Resource Management

$199.00

Human Resource Management Workshop

In recent years, tasks that were originally thought to fall under the responsibility of the human resources department have become a part of many managers’ job descriptions. The sharing and diffusion of these tasks throughout the organization has had an impact particularly on those that are not equipped with the skills or knowledge to deal with these issues.

Description

Human Resource Management Workshop

Welcome to the Human Resource Management workshop. Whether the majority of those important functions stays within HR at your organization, or is your responsibility as a manager, it is important that managers understand how much of their role is really about their people, as well as aspects of legislation, policy, and procedures that involve human resourcing issues.

In recent years, tasks that were originally thought to fall under the responsibility of the human resources department have become a part of many managers’ job descriptions. The sharing and diffusion of these tasks throughout the organization has had an impact particularly on those that are not equipped with the skills or knowledge to deal with these issues. The Human Resource Management Workshop will assist those with this responsibility.

This workshop will give managers the basic tools to handle numerous human resource situations such as interviewing, orientation, safety, harassment, discrimination, violence, discipline, and termination. This workshop will provide your participants with those skills and assist them with certain Human Resource situations.

Human Resource Management

Human resources (HR) used to focus on very specific processes, and had narrowly defined terms such as “personnel manager” and “payroll.” As a discipline, HR has evolved to include areas which both complement and build on one another.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Describe the implications of different aspects of Human Resource Management on your daily responsibilities
  • Define human resources terms and subject matter
  • Recruit, interview, and retain employees more effectively
  • Follow up with new employees in a structured manner
  • Be an advocate for your employees’ health and safety
  • Provide accurate, actionable feedback to employees
  • Act appropriately in situations requiring discipline and termination
  • Evaluate some of the strengths and opportunities for Human Resources in your own workplace
  • Identify three areas for further development as part of a Human Resource Management personal action plan

 

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