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Human Resources Management – Policies and Implementation

  /    /  Human Resources Management – Policies and Implementation

It is often commented that the key asset to any business is its employees. The management of the human resource is therefore a central aspect to business world wide and it is not surprising that the career opportunities for Human Resource Managers are extensive and varied in the public and private sectors of the world. The course aims to develop practitioners who are capable of making an immediate and effective contribution to the HR function within the organisation that employs them.

  • Enhance your understanding of the systems, policies, techniques and strategies used in effective HR management
  • Develop your skills in strategic thinking and planning, employee assessment, negotiations, counselling and problem solving
  • Understand how to manage organisational change
  • Know how to deal effectively with cross-cultural and diversity issues
  • People Resourcing & Reward
  • Learning & Development
  • Employee Relations
  • Legal Context of HRM
  • Personal & Professional Development
  • Managing Human Resources in a Business Context
  • Managing Information
  • Human resource strategy and planning
  • Analysing organisation needs
  • Leadership and teambuilding
  • Recruitment and selection
  • Performance appraisal systems
  • Reward
  • Employee development
  • Flexible employment practices
  • Employee relations and communications
  • Managing employee diversity
  • Evaluating human resource management
  • The management of change
Course Overview

It is often commented that the key asset to any business is its employees. The management of the human resource is therefore a central aspect to business world wide and it is not surprising that the career opportunities for Human Resource Managers are extensive and varied in the public and private sectors of the world. The course aims to develop practitioners who are capable of making an immediate and effective contribution to the HR function within the organisation that employs them.

Course Objectives
  • Enhance your understanding of the systems, policies, techniques and strategies used in effective HR management
  • Develop your skills in strategic thinking and planning, employee assessment, negotiations, counselling and problem solving
  • Understand how to manage organisational change
  • Know how to deal effectively with cross-cultural and diversity issues
Course Outline
  • People Resourcing & Reward
  • Learning & Development
  • Employee Relations
  • Legal Context of HRM
  • Personal & Professional Development
  • Managing Human Resources in a Business Context
  • Managing Information
  • Human resource strategy and planning
  • Analysing organisation needs
  • Leadership and teambuilding
  • Recruitment and selection
  • Performance appraisal systems
  • Reward
  • Employee development
  • Flexible employment practices
  • Employee relations and communications
  • Managing employee diversity
  • Evaluating human resource management
  • The management of change

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