Human resource Professional Diploma

Human resource Professional Diploma

Human resource Professional Diploma

 
Getting Employees Off to a Good Start

Getting Employees Off to a Good Start
 
Course-Objectives-text
Course over view
An effective human resource professional knows that managing employee performance is more than responding to problems, conducting performance reviews, or hiring staff. Performance management begins with an orientation to the organization and the job, and continues on a daily basis as employees trained and coached.
A thoughtful new employee orientation program, coupled with an employee handbook (or website) that communicates workplace policies, can reduce turnover and those reductions save your organization money. Whether your company has two employees or a thousand employees, don’t leave employee retention to chance. Engage them from the moment they are hired; give them what they need to feel welcome, and let them impress you with what they bring to your company. This two-day workshop is just the start that you need!
Course objective 
Understand how important an orientation program is to an organization.
Identify the role of the human resource department in the orientation program.
Recognize how the commitment curve affects both new employees and their managers.
Know what companies can do to deliver their promise to new employees.
Determine the critical elements of effective employee training.
Establish the importance of having an employee handbook for new and long-term employees.
 
Course-Class-Duration-text
2 Days Training
 
Course-outline
Course Modules
Module 1: Finding, Hiring, and Keeping Good People
Module 2: Building Employee Commitment
Module 3: Perception
Module 4: Fast-Track Orientation
Module 5: Designing a Successful Orientation Program
Module 6: Characteristics of a Successful Orientation Process
Module 6: The Commitment Curve
Module 7: The Nine Orientation Habits of World-Class Employers
Module 8: Obtaining Buy-In
Module 9: Employee Training
Module 10: Adult Learning
Module 11: Working with External Providers
Module 12: Helping People Make Connections
Module 13: Creating Employee Manuals
Module 14: A Bridge to Onboarding

 

Human resources training HR for the non HR Manager

Human resources training HR for the non HR Manager
 

Course-Objectives-text

Course over view 
In today’s fast-moving world, many managers and supervisors are expected to deal with some human resource issues. They may be asked to take part in developing job descriptions, take part in interviews, or take responsibility for discipline. This three-day workshop will introduce those managers to human resource concepts. We will walk you through the hiring process, from performing a skills inventory to conducting the interview; discuss orientation; and cover some issues that arise after the hiring (such as diversity issues, compensation, and discipline).
Course objective 
Identify current issues in the human resource field and the changing role of supervisors and managers in terms of HR functions.
Write job specifications and identify core competencies.
Apply methods of finding, selecting, and keeping the best people using behavioral description interviewing techniques.
Get new employees off to a good start.
Understand compensation and benefits.
Maintain healthy employee relations.
Make performance appraisals a cooperative process
 
Course-Class-Duration-text
3 Days Training
 
Course-outline
Course Modules
Module 1: Defining Human Resources
Module 2: Skills Inventory       
Module 3: Forecasting
Module 4: Job Analysis
Module 5: Job Competencies  
Module 6: Position Profiles and Job Descriptions         
Module 7: Do You Really Need to Hire
Module 8: Finding Candidates 
Module 9: Advertising Guidelines       
Module 10: Screening Resumes           
Module 11: Preparing for the Interview           
Module 12: Conducting the Interview  
Module 13: After the Interview           
Module14: Employee Orientation       
Module15: Planning Training   
Module16: Working with External Providers    
Module17: Performance Reviews        
Module18: Absenteeism         
Module19: Diversity    
Module 20: Privacy Issues        
Module 21: Compensation and Benefits          
Module 22: Discipline  
Module 23: Termination          
Module 24: Exit Interviews    

 

Building Better Teams

Building Better Teams
 
Course-Objectives-text
Course over view:
Teams are an important building block of successful organizations. Whether the focus is on service, quality, cost, value, speed, efficiency, performance, or other similar goals, teams are the basic unit that supports most organizations. With teams at the core of corporate strategy, an organization’s success can depend on how well team members operate together. How are their problem-solving skills? Is the team enthusiastic and motivated to do its best? Do they work well together?
 
Course objective
The value of working as a team
Ways to develop team norms, ground rules, and team contracts
How to identify their team player style and how to use it with their own team
Techniques for building team trust
The stages of team development and how to help a team move through them
The critical role communication skills will play in building and maintaining a team atmosphere
Ways that team members can be involved and grow in a team setting
 
Course-Class-Duration-text
1 Day Training
 
Course-outline
Course Modules
Defining Teams
Establishing Team Norms
Working as a Team
Your Team Player Type
Building Team Trust
The Stages of Team Development
Team Building with TORI
Communication
Becoming a Good Team Player
 

 
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