HR Management Training

 

At  High Performance we understand that regardless of their level of management, most managers will have some involvement in handling HR-related matters, making it of the utmost importance that they understand and apply best practice, and also abide by the relevant legislation.

 

We provide HR training to all levels of management, covering a range of HR topics and areas that are vital in the running of your company.    

 

We offer training in the following areas:

Grievance, Disciplinary and Dismissals

 

Duration: 1 day

This course is ideal to provide a grounding for Supervisors and Line Managers in the key legal principles of discipline and dismissals as well as practical tips on how to tackle difficult situations

Who is it for?

Anyone who has responsibility for maintaining standards, hearing grievances, conducting investigations, or holding disciplinary interviews and appeals.

Learning Objectives:

•Understand the legal requirements of disciplinary action and to avoid problems escalating

•Understand the importance of following company procedures

•Manage all interviews in a fair and consistent manner

•Create a positive work environment to lower stress and help create an effective team

Recruiting within the law

Duration: 1 day

This practical 1 day course explains the legal principles which apply to Recruitment and Selection, and reviews the impact of employment law throughout the recruitment process.

Who is it for?

Anyone who is involved in the Recruitment and Selection Process, from advertisement, short-listing, interviewing to practical assessments.

Learning Objectives:

        

•Plan and structure a formal interview and get the information you need to select the right candidate

•Understand the law relating to recruitment and selection

•Advise their organisation on how to handle recruitment issues within the law and according to best practice

•Ensure that their organisation’s recruitment policies and procedures comply with the law

Employment Law for Line Managers

Duration: 1 day

Increasingly organisations are devolving responsibility for many traditional HR tasks to line managers.  This practical 1 day course will provide line managers with an overview of the important elements of employment law, plus practical guidance on how to tackle issues that arise at work.

Who is it for?

Employees who have management responsibilities within the workplace.

Learning Objectives:

•Understand the key principles of employment law and apply them in the workplace

•Apply their organisation’s policies and procedures to personnel matters

•Resolve work issues within the law, and according to best practice

Managing Conflict and the Art of Delegation

Duration: ½ day

This course will give delegates the confidence and skill set to manage difficult situations which may arise in the workplace.  Dealing with such matters efficiently and speedily will prevent more serious situations arising.

Who should attend?

Managers and supervisors with line management responsibilities

The programme is designed to enable delegates to:

•Identify the causes of different types of dispute and conflict in the workplace

•Recognise the symptoms of conflict

•Confidently conduct difficult conversations

•Develop strategies to manage people and situations

Managing Absence and Tackling Poor Performance

Duration: 1 day

This one day course will give delegates the knowledge and skills to reduce absence and tackle poor performance in the workplace, including formal actions such as disciplinary procedures.

Unless managed properly, absence can become a norm within the workplace.  This has a detrimental effect on productivity, team working and motivation.

Who is it for?

For managers who wish to reduce staff absence and manage situations more effectively.

Learning Objectives:

•Understand the consequences of absence in the workplace in terms of quality, finance and team working

•Understandthe key causes of both short and long-term absence

•Explore best practice methods to manage absence

•Understand the legal responsibilities for managing absence

•Maximise attendance and motivate your team

Managing Investigations

Duration: ½ day

A practical ½ day course that provides delegates with the skills and confidence to prepare, deliver and manage investigations.  This is a crucial part of any possible disciplinary action; it is essential that this process is conducted in the correct way and effectively.

Who is it for?

Anyone involved in the Investigation process, this will include Managers,

Supervisors and nominated Investigating Officers.

Learning Objectives

•Gain confidence in the investigating process

•Investigate in a fair, consistent and effective way

•Legal implications

•Identified clear process outlined to follow

Stress Workshop

Duration: 1 day

The Stress Workshop combines both a Managing Stress within the Workplace training session with a Stress Buster Workshop!  Stress affects us all at sometime in our lives.  Learning how to manage and reduce stress that you encounter as you reach towards your professional goals will allow you to achieve success without damaging your health and motivation levels.  This course will give you invaluable tools and techniques to help you to minimise your stress.

Who is it for?

Anyone who wants to improve their understanding and management of stress for themselves and their team.

Learning Objectives

 Recognise the signs, symptoms and causes of stress for individuals both in and outside the workplace

•Identify ways to develop a working lifestyle to reduce stress

 Help others to manage their stress and identify ways of improving team performance

 Practice relaxation techniques in order to improve health and concentration levels.

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If you are interested in any of the training above or have any questions regarding HR training and how it may benefit your organisation, please get in touch with the HPC team today.