HR Management Skills

  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Students: Max 10
  • Skill Level: Beginner To Advance
  • Language: English/Arabic

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Course Overview

The HR Management Skills course is designed to help individuals develop the skills and knowledge needed to effectively manage human resources in the workplace. It covers a range of HR management principles and practices, including how to recruit and hire employees, how to develop and implement effective HR policies and procedures, and how to manage employee performance and engagement. The course teaches participants how to effectively manage employee relations, including how to handle difficult situations such as conflict and disciplinary issues. It also covers topics such as compensation and benefits, training and development, and legal compliance. Whether you're a business owner, manager, or HR professional, this course will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to effectively manage your organization's human resources. Upon completion, participants will be able to apply effective HR management strategies to improve employee engagement, productivity, and overall organizational success.

HR Management Skills Course Outline

    1.   Introduction to HR Management

  • Understanding the role of HR in organizations
  • Defining HR management and its key functions
  • Understanding the legal and ethical considerations in HR management
  • 2.   Recruitment and Talent Acquisition

  • Developing effective job descriptions and job postings
  • Conducting interviews and assessing candidates
  • Onboarding and orientation
  • 3.   Performance Management

  • Setting goals and objectives
  • Providing feedback and coaching
  • Conducting performance evaluations
  • 4.   Employee Engagement and Retention

  • Understanding the importance of employee engagement and retention
  • Developing employee engagement and retention strategies
  • Identifying and addressing factors that impact employee engagement and retention
  • 5.   Training and Development

  • Developing training and development programs
  • Identifying training needs and conducting training evaluations
  • Developing and implementing career development programs
  • 6.   Compensation and Benefits

  • Developing compensation and benefits strategies and systems
  • Conducting market research and salary surveys
  • Developing and implementing employee benefits programs
  • 7.   Legal Compliance and HR Risk Management

  • Understanding employment laws and regulations
  • Developing policies and procedures to ensure legal compliance
  • Identifying and managing HR risks