What will you learn?
A company needs to obtain healthy environment for its employees to prosper in the right directions. Human resource policies control this environment. One has to make sure that all the fundamental concerns of the company are covered with its HR policies. Therefore we have designed this course to teach the first steps a company need to take for writing comprehensive and clear policies. It further reveals methodologies about how to make employees fully understand company concerns and organizational requirements in order to work. Once the policy is defined and implemented, the purpose of designing is not finished. It further seeks weakness in the system that is incorrect and can cause hindrance in prosperity of the organization. If a policy hinders from flowing forward, one should take practical initiatives to observe the flexibility of change in policy or find a way to get things worked out.
All these policies are a part of this course and we seek to find out new solutions within sessions about problem solving.
Pre requisite or relevant knowledge;
This course requires specific human resource bachelor’s degree to thoroughly understand the existing policies and hindrances before devising a new solution.
Who should attend?
Human resources administrators and practitioners who are directly related and responsible in formation of new policies should attend this course. HR managers also can flourish their skills by taking part in this program.
Overview of HR Policies and Procedures
- What’s the real purpose of writing policies and procedures? Why you need to know
- Which policies are mandated by law vs. required by organizational expectations
- 3 sure signs that a policy or procedure needs to be revised
- What are you putting at risk if your policies and procedures are off track? (Hint – a lot!)
Putting Policies & Procedures in Writing
- Legal considerations to keep in mind when writing policies and procedures
- When you have to write a policy fast – a 6-point checklist to make sure you’ve covered all the bases
- A proven formula for determining if a policy or procedure is discriminatory
- When should “unwritten” rules be put in writing? Signals to watch for
- The best way to handle changes in your company’s policies and procedures
- Characteristics of good policies and procedures
Writing Policies Everyone Will Understand
- Ensuring user comprehension and compliance
- How to keep your personal feelings from affecting how you phrase a policy
- The secret to writing policies and procedures that sound friendly yet firm
- How to use the simple “HISI” test to ensure the clarity of everything you write
- How to use simple graphic techniques to make handbooks and manuals easy to read
- 2 times when it’s better not to put a policy in writing and why
Policies HR Must Give Special Attention
- Major policies and procedures most organizations should have
- Sexual harassment policies
- Email and Internet use policies
- ADA interactive process (procedure)
- How to write dress codes or personal hygiene guidelines that don’t offend anyone
Implementing Policies With Ease
- Ensuring upper management accepts and complies with policies
- Announcing a new policy? When to use a memo and when to use a meeting
- How to defend policies employees don’t like
- An amazingly simple plan for making sure employees read – and understand – the policies and procedures you write
- When announcing a policy verbally … how to be sure everyone gets the same message
- 2 situations in which you should ask for employees’ signatures as proof they’ve read and understood a policy
- Where policies and procedures should be kept – and how they should be controlled
Impacts/benefits of this course;
This course directly affects decision making with impacts on the whole organization. It helps in finding the areas which lack in planning and need to be revised for new policies. Once the objectives are identified and problem is perceived, the next step is to find areas of special concern which are to be taken into consideration first. This course helps designing every sequential and plan able entity of human resource policy.
At course completion;
Writing human resource policies have wide scope of opportunities in the market. One can serve taking full time job within an organization or perform his career through independent consultant who provides his services on contract basis. This course provides basic platform and skill set to perform well in designing human resource policies and procedures.
Why Duke Training Centre?
Duke Training Centre has always has tried to contribute in excellence of management skills. Therefore our courses are well defined with properly motivated guidelines and lessons learnt from previous experiments. Our learning sessions provide tips for drafting the policies as well as consultation about modern day market issues. To achieve the goals of excellence, Duke Training Centre should be your first choice!