Understanding Human Resource Strategies

Place- الموعد Date - المكان
2017-03-26 00:00:00 Turkey
2017-08-27 00:00:00 Sharm el-Sheikh
2017-11-26 00:00:00 Casablanca
Course Objectives:

§ Describe the purpose of HRM and identify the objectives commonly set to achieve this purpose

§ Summarize the activities associated with how employers obtain, develop, utilize, evaluate, maintain and retain the appropriate numbers and types of employees

§ Determine the HR responsibilities of all managers and differentiate between line authority, staff authority and functional authority

§ Describe job analysis and job descriptions

§ Describe some of the major day-to-day activities associated with HRM: recruitment, selection, orientation, training and development, performance appraisal, compensation, benefits, occupational health and safety and the impact employment laws have on each of these activities

§ Describe the relationship between unions, employers and government, discover why companies/organizations "inherit" unions, and describe how unions affect HRM.

§ Describe how unions organize and how companies/organizations react, and outline the collective bargaining process

§ Examine the common provisions of a collective agreement and explain its impact on HRM

Course Outline:

§ Human Resource Management

§ Purpose
§ Objectives
§ Activities
§ Responsibilities of all managers

§ Differences between line authority, staff authority and functional authority

§ Job Analysis
§ Job descriptions

§ Day-to-Day Activities

§ Recruitment

§ Definition of recruitment

§ Steps in the recruitment process
§ Constraints on recruitment
§ Sources of recruitment

§ Evaluation of the recruitment activity

§ Impact of legislative requirements
§ Selection
§ Definition of selection

§ Role of the job description and job specifications in the selection process

§ Steps in the selection process

§ Evaluation of the selection activity

§ Impact of legislation
§ Orientation
§ Purpose
§ Content
§ Pitfalls
§ Costs/benefits
§ Impact of legislative requirements
§ Training
§ From orientation to training
§ Common benefits of training

§ Steps in preparing a training program

§ Techniques

§ Human resource development:  challenges (obsolescence, socio-technical changes, turnover)

§ Evaluation of the training and development activity

§ Impact of legislation

§ Performance Management

§ Definition and uses
§ Methods
§ Pitfalls
§ Impact of legislative requirements
§ Compensation
§ Definition

§ Consequences of pay dissatisfaction

§ Objectives of an effective compensation program

§ Job evaluation systems
§ Wage and salary surveys
§ Pricing jobs
§ Financial incentive systems
§ Impact of legislation

§ Employee Benefits

§ Differences between direct and indirect compensation
§ Role of indirect compensation
§ Voluntary benefits
§ Administration of voluntary benefits and service programs
§ Legally required benefits
§ Emerging services and trends
§ Impact of legislative requirements

§ Occupational Health & Safety

§ Need for legislation
§ Employer's responsibilities
§ Worker's right to know
§ Worker's right to refuse unsafe work
§ Aids and the workplace