This interactive workshop is designed to equip HR Practitioners with the tools they need to support managers in the implementation of sound and robust HR Processes and Procedures.
Absence and capability issues have a direct impact on staff morale and performance. Managers therefore need to ensure they deal with these issues in a timely and effective manner.
In order to do so, it’s likely that Managers will come to the HR Team for support and guidance.
This course will provide you with ideas, tips and tools to deliver the best possible service to Managers and employees, maintaining good relationships and delivering high quality support and solutions to ensure that business as usual is not just a throwaway line, but something that happens in practice.
- Policies, procedures and the law
- Effective communication
- Rights and responsibilities
- Achieving the right outcomes
Capability at Work
- What is capability?
- How to measure performance?
- How to manage performance
- Considering the options
- Identifying the pitfalls
This interactive workshop will enable you to clearly identify best practise and apply the learning in the context and framework of your own business, taking away tips, tools and advice to review and implement in the workplace.
New or aspiring HR Practitioners will benefit from a solid grounding on the topic, whilst existing HR Professionals will be able to refresh their skills, knowledge and understanding of the topics with similar minded peers.
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