In this modern era organizations are expected to operate cost-effectively. Gone are the days of over employing staff, hiring unqualified people or even under employing. Either way businesses were affected. Qualified people should occupy their rightful positions. This however requires organizations to ascertain their future business niche, and come up with the correct establishment prior to filling vacancies. The programme focuses on determining future HR organizational needs (demand forecasting), assessing current employees’ performance motivation and potential (supply analysis), comparing future HR demand and current HR supply to determine possible HR surplus or deficit. In the end the programme trains participants to formulate various HR plans whose amalgamation would result in the grand HR plan for the organization.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This programme is a must for HR practitioners assigned the planning function, officers in HRM who wish to multi skill, and those who have joined the function lacking HR planning skills.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Acquire capability to develop and implement key HRM strategies in areas such as resourcing and outsourcing, training and develop ment, talent management, performance management and contracting, reward management and industrial relations
• Overview of strategic HRM;
• HR vision and mission development and realization;
• Developing the HRM architecture;
• Developing HR strategies;
• Implementing HR strategies;
• Management of intellectual capital (human capital, social capital and organizational capital).