Employees are the most important asset of an organisation because they are the critical success factors that spearhead its success or failure. In order for organisations to meet company goals and objectives, especially in this new era of borderless trade, it is imperative for employees to be "turned on" and be highly motivated. A vital ingredient in developing a successful company is the application and implementation of good and sound human resource practices.
Participants, especially the Generation X, Y, Z, will appreciate the legalities involved in people management without encroaching into the rights of employees
Generation X and Y employees will be able to generate new ideas aligned to the requirements of HR and its objectives creating better team work and overall efficiency.
- Understand the comprehensive role played by human resource management in
- People management and other functions of management.
- Understand the attendant disciplinary problems associated with behavioral problems and de-motivation and consequent action to be initiated.
- Evaluate and monitor the effects of the various facets of the human resource
- Function on the entire organisation
Lectures, syndicate work, group presentation, role-play and case studies, video clips.
Module 1:The Human Resource Function
- The Various Facets of HRM
- Roles and Responsibilities of the Various Functions of HRM
- Human Resource Policies and Procedures Development.
- Human Resource Information Systems.
- Change Management and Communicating Changes
Module 2: Organisational Behaviour Meets
- Generation X And Y – A Practical Approach.
- They are a unique mix – a very independent group politically
- They are not as conservative as their older siblings in
- Generation X; however, are not as liberal as their Baby Boomer parents were when they were that age.
- They are religious, but not in a traditional sense
Module 3: Recruitment & Selection
- The Importance of Job Analysis
- Writing Job Description and Job Specification.
- The Steps in Recruitment.
- Interviewing and Selection of Candidates
- Interview Techniques
Module 4: Organization Behavior And Change Management
- What is organization behavior
- Contributing disciplines to OB
- OB and Management
- Management Roles v Skills
- Challenges of OB
Module 5: Performance Appraisal
- Performance Appraisal and Performance Management
- Purpose of Performance Appraisal
- Various types of Appraisal Systems
- Components of an Effective Appraisal System
- Errors in Appraisal Ratings
- Conducting an Effective Appraisal System
Module 6: Training And Development.
- Importance of training
- Conducting a TNA
- Developing a Training Plan.
- Delivering the Program
- Evaluation of Training.
MODULE 7: Labor Law and Industrial Relations
- Contracts of Service v. Contract for Services.
- Termination and Breach of Contract.
- Liabilities & Obligations of Employers
- Minimum Benefits to be Accorded to Employees
- Minimum Wage
- Types of Grievances
- Causes and Symptoms of Grievances
- The Grievance and Disciplinary Procedure
- Minimizing Grievances and the Role of Line Management.
- Domestic Inquiry Procedures
- Punishment in Disciplinary Cases