In today’s dynamic business landscape, the role of non-Human Resource managers has evolved significantly. With the increasing emphasis on employee engagement, talent management, and organizational culture, it has become crucial for non-HR managers to possess a certain level of HR knowledge and skills.
Non-Human Resource managers play a pivotal role in organizations, responsible for overseeing teams, driving performance, and achieving business objectives. While their core expertise lies in their respective functional areas, they often encounter various people-related challenges that require a solid understanding of HR practices. HR training equips non-HR managers with the necessary knowledge and skills to handle these challenges effectively, ensuring a harmonious and productive work environment.
This is a three-day overview of human resource issues facing today’s business owners and managers. You do not always have the expertise to deal with the many employee relationship issues you face, and yet you will be expected to make decisions that are both effective and legal. This workshop 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 process (such as diversity issues, compensation, and discipline).
The traditional perception of non-HR managers as solely focused on their functional responsibilities has shifted. Today, they are increasingly involved in talent acquisition, performance management, conflict resolution, and employee development. This expanded role demands a holistic understanding of HR principles and practices.
- The latest trends in the human resource field and the changing role of the human resource professional.
- How to write job specifications and identify core competencies.
- Methods of finding, selecting, and keeping the best people using behavioural description interviewing techniques.
- Getting employees off to a good start.
- Dealing with compensation and benefits.
- Maintaining healthy employee relations.
- Making performance appraisals a cooperative process.