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Fundamentals of Human Resources Management (Live Online)

This intensive, Live Online Seminar will give you a solid overview of all aspects of HR.
 
Whether you’re a recently appointed HR manager, are new to HR or have a non-HR job with HR responsibilities, this course can give you the know-how you need. Understand essential HR functions and learn to develop an action plan to put to work in your organization — all right at your desktop.
This comprehensive seminar delivers a clear-eyed analysis of HR’s role in organizations now, and identifies future trends...  from confronting issues of workplace harassment to recognizing compliance red flags... from preparing policies and procedures manuals to identifying the elements of effective performance management... from flexible benefits packages to cost-effective retention strategies, and more.
 
 
 

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Upcoming Sessions

Date City Times Course# 68506
  • Aug 14, 2017
    - Aug 23, 2017
    Live Online 2:00 PM
    - 5:00 PM
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  • Jan 22, 2018
    - Jan 31, 2018
    Live Online 2:00 PM
    - 5:00 PM
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  • Jan 29, 2018
    - Feb 7, 2018
    Live Online 2:00 PM
    - 5:00 PM
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Do you need a different date or location? We offer Courses On Request.


Course Details

What You Will Learn

Note: This course is developed and delivered by our Partners at American Management Association.  Legal information presented is reflective of American HR Laws, Canadian HR Laws and practices are not represented in this course. 
 
LESSON 1
The Changing Role of HR and the HR Function
  • The role of HR in today’s workplace and beyond
  • Primary components of the HR function
  • HR, non-HR and shared employee-related functional activities
LESSON 2
Legal Responsibilities and the Employment Process
  • HR and managerial legal responsibilities
  • Key federal employment-related legislation
  • Workplace sexual harassment
  • Matching applicants with job requirements and responsibilities
LESSON 3
Information Processing; Benefits
  • Human Resources Information System (HRIS)
  • Policies and procedures manuals
  • Mandated and voluntary benefits
LESSON 4
Compensation; Performance Management; Organizational and Employee Development
  • Characteristics of an effective compensation system
  • Elements of an effective performance management system
  • Respective responsibilities in training
  • Employee retention strategies

How You Will Benefit

  • Understand HR’s role as a vital contributor to your organization's success 
  • Discover strategies to attract and retain top talent
  • Examine best practices for managing performance and creating compensation, training and benefit systems that drive bottom-line results 
  • Identify and deal with potentially explosive issues with an eye to both legal requirements and the needs of your business
  • Analyze key HR issues and develop practical action plans you can implement in your organization
  • See how HR and non-HR functions in every organization can create an effective, complementary work environment 

Additional Details

Four 3-hour sessions run over a 2 week period (Monday and Wednesday in 2 consecutive weeks). 

Live Online courses are delivered in partnership with the American Management Association.

These courses offer the high-calibre faculty and quality content that Canadian Management Centre is known for, but in a live online format— delivered in easy-to-manage lesson installments that won’t disrupt your work week. Learn new skills, sharpen existing ones and enhance your career journey!

  • Interactive, instructor-led course in a user-friendly platform
  • Talk and text with faculty and peers via chat and VoIP
  • Share files and work in breakout group activities
  • Access live, 24/7 customer support throughout your AMA learning experience
  • Lessons are divided into manageable 3-hour blocks

Fee

  • $2,300 Member         
  • $2,599 non Member

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Who Should Attend

HR practitioners with less than three years' experience; non-HR practitioners with HR responsibilities; experienced HR professionals seeking a fast review of HR’s role in today's workplace.