How to get human resource management training materials that will save you time
As you know, when it comes to developing human resource management courses, everyone wants to spend their time wisely.
And, every day professional trainers and business managers are challenged to find the most suitable content for their courses.
But creating content can be a significant investment in terms of time and resources.
Here’s how our training course materials can help you.
Why you need to focus on practical content
Simply put, you can use this course material to train your participants (e.g., line managers, supervisors and line staff) to better understand human resource management. And, by using the course content, you will provide them with a strong foundation on what underpins human resource management practices within the workplace.
The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided.
HRM – Start the course by exploring what is human resource management. And, what are the key functional areas involved.
Human resource planning – Next, examine the human resources planning process.
Recruitment and selection – Then, explore the recruitment process.
Understanding compensation – This section examines various types of compensation. These include:
– Flat Rate Only
– Flat Rate Plus Payment By Results
– Merit Pay
– Profit/Gain Sharing
Performance appraisals – Use the content to focus on a simple performance appraisal procedure. And, also discuss eight appraisal techniques.
Training and development – The final section of the course materials explores the crucial area of training and development. Specific focus is given to the area of training needs analysis.
Upon completion of this training course your participants will be able to:
– Understand the importance of human resource management
– Appreciate the key HRM functions
– Introduce a human resource planning process
– Understand the importance of recruitment and selection
– Detail the main types of compensation and benefits systems
– Introduce an effective performance appraisal process
– Understand the function of training and development
What you get
You will instantly receive the following training course materials to deliver your own training courses on human resource management:
- 65 page participant manual
- 105 powerpoint slides
- Practical exercises
- Further reading
- Course evaluation form
- Action plan
Bonus free training materials available
You will also get the following free training guides:
- Training icebreakers
- How to select training materials
- Training games
- How to increase participation
- Learn to improve your questioning skills
- How to improve your listening skills
- Learn how to deal with difﬁcult people
- How to evaluate training courses
Frequently asked questions from human resource management training courses
What are the five key functions of human resource management?
Here are the five key functions of human resource management.
- human resource planning
- Recruitment and selection
- Compensation and benefits
- Performance appraisals
- Training and development
What are the five main compensation and benefits systems?
An effective compensation and benefits is essential in attracting and retaining staff. Key systems include:
- Flat rate only
- Flat rate plus performance by results
- Merit pay
- Profit/gain sharing
What is involved within a human resource planning process?
Human resource planning is a solid way to build an effective workforce, but only if you are clear what you need to achieve in the first place.
If you go about human resource planning without this clarity then it will only generate ineffective and inconsistent results.
Here are the main things to consider:
- Demand analysis
- Supply analysis
- Estimate deficits/surpluses
- Develop an action plan
What five steps are involved within a normal recruitment process?
The steps are straightforward.
- Job analysis and job descriptions
- Source candidates
- The recruitment interview
- Psychometric testing
- Reference checking and making an offer
What is a job analysis?
A job analysis is the process of examining a job in detail in order to identify its component tasks. The detail and approach may vary according to the purpose for that the job is being analyzed.
What are the main advantages of a recruitment interview?
Here are the main advantages of a recruitment interview:
- Quick and relatively easy to perform
- Perceived by the candidate as a natural part of the recruitment process
- Allows the organization to get to know a candidate
- Allows the candidate to find out more about the organization
What are the main disadvantages of a recruitment interview?
Some people think that a recruitment interview is the best way to get the right candidate but forget that it can have some disadvantages. These are the main disadvantages of a recruitment interview:
- Open to errors
- Difficult for interviewer to discriminate between relevant and irrelevant information
- Different conclusions can be reached dependent on the type of interview conducted
- Early impressions can negatively and inappropriately influence the interviewer’s judgement
What are the eight main performance appraisal techniques?
These are the main performance appraisal techniques that you will need to consider:
- Paired comparisons
- Critical incident technique
- Assessment centre
What is a training need?
A training need is the difference between the actual and required human performance in some specific areas of operations, where improved training is the most economical way of eliminating the difference.
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