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Human Resources Training – HR for the Non-HR Manager Course

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This package is designed for teaching the essential Human Resources tasks and scope of responsibilities for people who are new to a management role.

Human Resources Training: Training HR for the Non HR Manager covers the following topics:

  • The basics of HR Management, including orientation, compensation, and benefits
  • Understanding job analysis
  • Planning training
  • Legally defensible terminations, and more.

All our training materials are fully customizable. Learners/Trainers can add, edit, or remove pieces to match the pace of the audience, and insert their own logo to make the training their own. Each package comes complete with an learner/instructor guide, student manual, PowerPoint slides, quick reference guide, and much more.

Course outline-

How to Use This Guide

Session One: Course Overview

Session Two: Defining Human Resources

The Basics of HR Management

Case Study: Expansion Staffing

Group Discussion

Session Three: Performing a Skills Inventory

Session Four: Forecasting Techniques

Session Five: Job Analysis

Understanding Job Analysis

Performing an Analysis

Job Analysis Formats

Session Six: Identifying Job Competencies

Session Seven: Position Profiles and Job Descriptions

Preparing a Profile

My Position Profile

Session Eight: Do You Really Need to Hire?

Evaluate All Options

The Real Cost of Employee Turnover

Session Nine: Finding Candidates

Session Ten: Advertising Guidelines

Session Eleven: Screening Resumes

Using a Resume Screening Guide

Developing a Resume Screening Guide

Session Twelve: Preparing for the Interview

Preparation Checklist

Interview Exercise

Session Thirteen: Conducting the Interview

History of the Interviewing Process

An Objective Interview

Basics of Behavioral Interviewing

Purpose of Behavioral Interviewing

Asking Questions

Provocative Statements

Sample Behavioral Description Interview Questions

Developing Behavioral Description Interview Questions

The Critical Incident Technique

Creating a Critical Incident

Session Fourteen: After the Interview

Session Fifteen: Employee Orientation and Onboarding

Why Have Orientation?

How Did Your Orientation Rate?

Problems to Avoid

Planning the Orientation Program

Session Sixteen: Follow the Leader

Session Seventeen: Planning Training

The Training Cycle

Internal vs. External Training

Session Eighteen: Working With External Providers

Session Nineteen: Performance Reviews

Performance Review Problems

A Performance Management Checklist

Case Study: Who Will Be the Best?

Dissecting a Performance Review

Identifying Behaviors

Session Twenty: Attendance Management

The Cost of Absenteeism

The Case of Gretchen Washington

Dealing with Attendance Management

Session Twenty-One: Managing a Diverse Workforce

Dealing with Diversity

Your Experience with Pigeon Holes

Session Twenty-Two: Privacy Issues

Session Twenty-Three: Compensation and Benefits

The Role of Compensation and Benefits

Pre-Assignment Review

Case Study: It’s Not You, It’s Me

Session Twenty-Four: Managing Disciplinary Issues

Session Twenty-Five: Terminating Employees

Letting Staff Go

Case Study: How to Fire an Employee?

Session Twenty-Six: Exit Interviews

Recommended Reading List

Post-Course Assessment

Pre- and Post-Assessment Answer Keys

Personal Action Plan

Learner/Instructor Guide

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Student Manual

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Exercise Workbook

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Sample Files

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Powerpoint Deck

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Quick Reference Guide

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Files are provided for use with the Lab Workbook so that you, as the trainer, do not have to prepare activity working files.

Powerpoint Deck

Courseware from Our is designed to give you everything you need for use in the classroom or workshop. This includes the PowerPoint versions of all the courses, prepared for you in advanced.

Quick Reference Guide

Quick Reference Guides are a favorite tool for trainers to provide to their learners. Each Quest Reference Guide summarizes the most important elements in each courseware title down to two pages.