International College of Technical Education.
Head Office :
Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,
Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46000.
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Contact : 051-8736681, 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949
This course provides an overview of human resource management in today’s organizations. It examines strategic planning for an organization and the role of the Human Resources (HR) department in its strategic plans. The course defines human resource management and human capital and describes how human resource management and employees can be core competencies for organizations. Strategic challenges will be discussed regarding managing a talent surplus, legal considerations for workforce reductions, and managing a talent shortage. Additionally, the development and use of human resource metrics are explored, and specific strategic HR effectiveness tools such as benchmarking, the balanced scorecard, return on investment (ROI), and HR audits are discussed. The current business environment is fast-paced, diverse, globally competitive, and ever-evolving. With organizations vying for highly sought-after talent, Talent Development is critical to an organization’s success. This course presents practical HR methodologies and techniques to integrate organizational HR processes designed to attract, develop, and retain productive, engaged employees throughout the employee career lifecycle.This course addresses sourcing, recruiting, and selecting high-quality talent and placement of the right talent with the correct qualifications for jobs in an organization. The course starts by defining recruiting and its importance to an organization. The second section examines factors that affect strategic decisions about recruiting, such as assigning responsibility for carrying out recruiting, establishing the employment brand, determining the optimal mix of core and flexible workers, and considering diversity. The final section describes how to evaluate an organization’s recruiting success, the predictors to use when selecting applicants, the steps of the selection process, and different types of selection testing. Lastly, the emerging challenges and best practices involved in the selection process are reviewed.The course will provide an overview of current and historic legislation impacting the Human Resource function in the workplace. Laws, regulations, and cases will be examined as it pertains to employment practices in the complete employee life cycle. Participants will learn about the growth of the labor movement in the US, union and management relations, state and federal labor legislation, collective bargaining, and grievances.In this course, participants learn how to define terms, create a reference point around various aspects of diversity, discuss the brain science of implicit bias, identify institutional bias and review a holistic organizational assessment. Participants will receive tools to facilitate discussion and self-reflections and consider both individuals and organizations when action planning.
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. Define strategic HRM
2. Analyse human resource planning and forecasting techniques
3. Investigate and interpret the key procedures in recruitment and selection
4. Create employee performance management and rewards systems
5. Describe and analyse training and development
6. Illustrate the essential features of a human resource information system
7. Analyse and evaluate significant contemporary issues in human resource management including HRM’s contribution to organisational performance
8. Apply and communicate the appropriate theoretical models in HRM discussions
9. Employ self analysis to evaluate and reflect upon personal academic outcomes and apply it to affect improvement.