PROGRAM TITLE

Effective Human Resources Management

DURATION

3 days

DATES
  • 29 – 31 July 2024
  • 11 – 13 December 2024
VENUE

Jakarta : Swiss-Belinn Simatupang

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Effective Human Resources Management Course is designed for HR and related executives who wish to broaden, sharpen and deepen their human resources management competencies. It covers all HR management functions and practices to give participants a firm grounding in the skills and knowledge required for a successful HR Professional.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

After attending this program participants will be better able to understand the concept of effective HR management, prepare HR long-and short-term plans and effectively implement them.

PROGRAM CONTENT
  • Concept of effective human resources management
  • Human resources short- and long-term planning
  • Developing organization structures
  • Developing HR policies & procedures
  • Recruitment, Selection and Induction
  • Training & Development
  • Industrial Relations
  • Performance Management
  • Compensation & Benefits
  • Performance Management
LEARNING METHODOLOGY

A proper mix of lectures, Q&A, discussions, exercises and case studies

RECOMMENDED PARTICIPANTS
  • HR Managers / HR Supervisors
  • HR Officers
  • All other Managers, Supervisors and Officers who need HR knowledge & skills to properly perform their jobs
COURSE FEE
  • Rp 7.000.000,- per person
  • Excluding VAT
  • Including a certificate, refreshments, lunch, stationery and writing instruments
REGISTRATION

If you wish to attend, kindly complete and submit the registration form below

TC.net: Course Registration Jakarta
Jakarta - Indonesia

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Human Relations and Motivation

Anton, a technical specialist at a Pharmaceutical Company, left his manager’s office and walked back to his desk. He sat there quietly for a moment staring at the window wall that faced the area he shared with several other technicians.

Suddenly, Anton picked up the heavy urn that held the dozens of colored pens he used in his work. As his colleagues looked up from their desks, Anton dumped the pens on the floor and smiled at them. He stood up, wheeled around and threw the urn with all his strength at the door to the manager’s office. The urn hit the door with loud crash and smashed into bits spraying the area with its shards. Five minutes earlier, Anton had been told by his manager that he would receive a substantial raise for an especially impressive report he had completed. Read Further