Training Course Description “The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between the two, the leader must become a servant and a debtor. That sums up the progress of an artful leader.”
Introduction Managers have never been more accountable, ethically and legally; for critical human resources issues and challenges-even when HR isn’t their job. What’s more, there’s a minefield of potential vulnerability that a non-HR manager must be able to successfully navigate.
This results-oriented training shows every manager in any non-HR function how to avoid HR-related pitfalls, while capitalizing on HR-linked opportunities with greater skill and confidence.
You’ll learn how to handle sensitive matters encountered in interviewing and hiring, conduct productive performance reviews, motivate and discipline-and a host of “people” issues and thorny legal concerns. Every manager needs to be well-versed in these HR essentials and this seminar can help ensure you’re up to speed.
• Discover where the responsibilities of your organization's HR function end and where yours begin • Master current best practices for conducting interviews and making "best hire" decisions • Understand your role and responsibilities when facing a tangle of employment rulings • Learn the mandated requirements for record keeping as well as records security • Know how to identify and stop "innocent" workplace practices that could expose your organization to lawsuits • Understand how to handle requests for medical accommodation disabiltiy and leaves of abscence
Human resources (HR) is a term used to describe the individuals who comprise the workforce capacity of a business. Human resources is also within a business the area of work charged with responsibility for implementing strategies and policies relating to the management of individuals.
This training course focuses on giving Non-HR managers and supervisors the skills, knowledge and guidance to effectively manage employees and the business, while taking into account organisational, legal and welfare responsibilities.
Overview This practical training course introduces Non-HR managers to the world of employment law and the HR issues that all line managers have a responsibility. There is now more employment legislation than ever before, and the need for well-informed line managers has never been greater. This training course will help delegates gain the knowledge and skills to develop confidence in dealing with HR and employment law issues within the business.
Who should attend? Designed for managers and supervisors with line management responsibilities, this course will help delegates to understand the skills and knowledge required to carry out legal and HR roles and responsibilities.
This course will benefit anyone involved in line management, in particular: • First Time Managers • Supervisors • Team Leaders • Sales Managers • HR Professionals • Project Managers • Change Managers • New Managers • Staff Looking To Progress Into A Management Position