Course Detail: TS123 - The HR Guide for the Non-HR Professional
If you're in a management role, you may not have the expertise to deal with certain employee relationship issues you face. Yet, you'll be expected to make a decision that's not only effective, but legal, as well. It's therefore imperative that you have a basic understanding of the essentials of human resource management, even if you're not an HR professional. This course will prepare you to take on a strategic role in managing human resource responsibilities - one that enables you to advance organizational goals, enhance workforce performance and improve employee satisfaction.



This workshop has been approved for recertification credits for SHRM and HRCI certifications.BENEFITS

This course is interactive and highly self-reflective, which allows you to explore your own existing knowledge and skill level. You will also:

Learn how get new employees off to the best start
Gain the legal knowledge you need to limit exposure to costly litigation
Learn techniques for effectively dealing with employee morale issues so they don't poison the workplace
Learn strategies for improving employee engagement - and boosting retention in the process
Gain a clear understanding of Equal Employment Opportunity laws and how they impact your company so you can stay in compliance
WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Any individual who is not a human resource professional, but has to manage any of the core HR functions at an employee level.

TOPICS COVERED

Equal Opportunity Employment Laws:
Equal Pay Act of 1963
Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act
Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) of 1967
Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) of 1978
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990
Civil Rights Act (CRA) of 1991
Job design and structure

Interviewing Techniques:
Adverse impact vs. disparate treatment

Onboarding:
Training plans, curriculum and job coaching

Performance Management:
Setting objectives and expectations
Recognition and consequences
Employee relations
Rewards and compensation
Pay and benefit strategies

Employee Development:
Bench strength and succession planning

Additional topics:
Labor relations
International HR
Leading change
Time management and being organized
Emotional intelligence
Predictors of success

Available Sessions