This two-day training will enable the participant to fully understand the changing role and scope of HR, the UK legal context, themes and legislation on discrimination, recruitment and selection, performance management, dismissal, varying contract and redundancy, managing under-performance, and retention.
At the end of the two-day training, the participant will be able to:
Explain the changing role and scope of HR
List key employment legislation in UK
Describe themes and legislation in discrimination and implications for HR practice
Demonstrate competence in recruitment, selection and retention
Describe key elements of performance management
Explain the processes and practices of dismissal, varying contract and redundancy
List the success criteria for managing under-performance
Implement personal development plan
Who can benefit from this training?
Managers, HR practitioners and managers keen to gain insight and develop knowledge, skills and competence in HR practice.
The training course takes a blended learning approach and the training methods reflect all four learning styles: Reflector, Pragmatist, Theorist and Activist. There will be interactive learning exercises, quiz, presentations, case study, individual and group-work, facilitation, and discussions.