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Human Resources Courses

Human Resources, HR, is the vital link between the employees and a company's success. HR is also the management of personnel in an organisation and HR staff are responsible for administering employees including attracting, developing and retaining personnel.

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Human Resources / HR / Managing Personnel - explore the opportunities

The organisation and management of staff within an organisation is known as Human Resources. The HR department forms the heart of how a business operates and each organisation's effectiveness is dependent on the individual employee's performance. HR, which was once considered an administration function, is today a strategic department that recognises the link between talented and engaged people and nurtures organisational success.

As well as training and retaining personnel, human resources staff are responsible for ensuring that employees perform well, and experience the company goals and values, so they are motivated to participate in the success of the company.

Human Resources staff are also responsible for implementing and managing training programmes to develop employees, health and safety, employment laws at all levels and corporate and national organisational success. The functions of a HR department often includes the hiring, firing, training, disciplining and other personnel issues, of staff.

Human Resources courses

Training and courses for human resources (HR) officers are designed to help HR personnel develop, advise on and implement policies relating to personnel within an organisation. Courses cover areas such as working practices, recruitment, salary and taxes, conditions of employment and diversity.

Training and courses also guide those in positions that manage personnel with regards to two areas of responsibility: duties governed by the laws and regulations, and social and organisational duties. Training for HR staff also teaches HR officers how to ensure that the organisation employs the right balance of staff in terms of skills and experience, and that training and development opportunities are available to employees to enhance their performance in order to achieve the organisation's objectives.

Additionally, those working in HR must be absolutely up-to-date on all employment legislation, and must receive regular training to ensure they have a working understanding of the following to apply to their organisations:

  • Laws and agreements in relation to human resources
  • Recruitment Laws and pracitices in employment
  • Discrimination in the workplace
  • Working hours, pay and environment including leave, parental leave and study leave
  • Special laws on the labour market
  • Working environment including occupational health and safety

Human Resources training courses are offered in three different formats - open public human resources courses run around the country, In House Human Resources training programmes specific to your organisations requirements, and distance learning human resources courses, that are designed to help delegates study next to their jobs.

Human Resource Management / Appraisal training courses

Within HR, Human Resource management is an important area which aims to maximize the return on investment from the organisation's human capital and minimize financial risk. Human Resource managers are responsible for ensuring that the personnel in their organisation operate in a way in which activities are conducted in an effective, legal, fair, and consistent manner.

Training and courses help human resource managers to conduct staff appraisals and to assist in employment development and progression that results in an effective workforce. Human resources training courses for management and appraisals also covers issues of conflict management in the workplace, communication externally and internally, motivation and personal effectiveness of staff, recruitment of personnel, stress management and team building.

Corporate culture and recruitment training courses

Human resource officers also take control for ensuring there is a positive and strong corporate culture in their organisation. Training and course help HR managers to develop and implement effective policies which creates a climate that promotes efficiency and a harmonious organisation. Corporate culture, enforced by HR, is also reflected in the organisation and is also one of the most effective ways to distinguish a company from its competitors.

There are human resources courses that address the numerous areas within HR.

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