HRM Essentials Part 1 – Pack of 8 Courses

HRM Essentials Part 1 – Pack of 8 Courses

Number of Courses: 8 Webinars | Total Learning Hours: 9 Hours
Price: $ 1944 (70% off)   $ 583       Add to Cart

Human resource management (HRM) is the practice of recruiting, hiring, deploying and managing an organization’s employees. The primary objective of HRM is emphasis on employees as the assets of the business. HRM plays a strategic role in managing people and the workplace culture and environment. They do this by setting up strategies, writing policies, creating systems, standards and procedures. They also help build employee engagement strategies to achieve company goals.

Here is the ultimate training package for all Human Resource Professionals at any stage in their professional careers. Prepare yourself and your workforce to meet the challenges confidently, and fine tune your strategies to ensure that your organization are met.


Webinars included in this pack

1. Best Practices For Drafting and Updating Job Descriptions

Duration: 60 Minutes
Why You Should Attend:

In this webinar learn how to write effective Job Descriptions and Person Specifications that identify all of the job requirements, and avoid discriminatory language. Writing effective Job Descriptions is one of the most effective ways to clarify expectations and measuring performances. Well-written and up-to-date job descriptions are critical when it comes to recruiting, promoting, and classifying employees; conducting performance reviews; and providing reasonable accommodations. Poorly written Job Descriptions can lead to potential legal issues, and missing out on hiring, training, and performance opportunities. It can be difficult to achieve full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as well.

Areas Covered:

  • Practical tips on review and update existing job descriptions-don’t simply rely on older versions
  • Correctly and accurately draft job descriptions, so you can ensure they define exactly what the job is and define the “essential functions” of each position
  • Use correct language and learn what to keep in and what to leave out
  • Use job descriptions in assessing whether to hire or promote, based on an individual’s skill set
  • Create job descriptions that will support you when you have to make a decision regarding ADA claims for accommodation or other issues
  • Correctly classify employees and avoid legal issues regarding overtime
2. Make Your Company ROaR – Recruit, Onboard and Retain

Duration: 60 Minutes
Why You Should Attend:

Recruitment, onboarding, and retention are interconnected. You cannot retain good people if you don’t first hire good people and provide them the best tools to succeed. Effective Onboarding is a vital part of this process. HR team members are often too busy to think about best trends and practices or creative and new ways to recruit, onboard, and retain staff. In today’s competitive employment market, this is a critical priority.

Areas Covered:

  • How to Recruit the Best When Your Company Can Afford Them
    • Recruiting Process
    • Job Description
    • Effective Sourcing
    • Magic Interviews
    • Effective Candidate Selection
  • Great First Impression Onboarding
    • Benefits Orientation
    • Organization Orientation
    • Industry Orientation
  • You Hired Them, Now Retain Them
    • Set Performance Goals
    • Manager/Direct Report One on One Meetings
    • Importance of Communication
3. Essential Steps to Negotiate, Persuade and Close the Best Candidate

Duration: 60 Minutes
Why You Should Attend:

What happens when you skip steps in a manufacturing process? What happens when you skip steps in the due diligence prior to a merger or acquisition? What happens when you ignore steps in the recruiting process? Potentially disastrous results. Make sure your recruiting process includes all the essential steps to negotiate, persuade, and close the best candidate.

Areas Covered:

What are the Fundamentals That You Need to Be Successful?

  • Recruiting process mirrors sales process perfectly
  • Importance of hiring manager engagement
  • Importance of candidate experience – and why you should measure It
  • Developing candidate trust relationships
  • When do companies begin candidate trust relationships?
  • What steps are most effective to develop that trust?
  • When does salary negotiation begin?

Closing the Candidate (and Sometimes Their Spouse/Significant Other)

  • When persuasion begins
  • Importance of taking it away
  • Effectively defeating the counter offer
4. Criminal Background Checks in the Hiring Process

Duration: 90 Minutes
Why You Should Attend:

Government agencies concerned about equal employment opportunity for ex-offenders and for minorities have moved to restrict how and when employers may conduct and use information obtained background checks from a criminal background check when they are looking to hire employees. The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and some of their state counterparts also have something to say about how and when you can conduct criminal background checks as part of your hiring process. Used properly, a criminal background check can be an invaluable tool in your decision-making process. If you do not make sure your background checks are legally compliant, however, you could find yourself facing a lawsuit or an investigation from a federal or state government agency.

If you do not conduct a background check at all, you could be exposing yourself to liability for negligent hiring/retention. These do not have to be your choices! You can conduct a background check that protects you from negligent hiring liability and keeps you under government radar. This webinar will help you understand and appreciate the legal issues you must be aware of and discuss some Best Practices so that you can increase your protection – on all fronts!

Areas Covered:

  • What are background checks and why should you consider performing them?
  • Why You Should Conduct Criminal Background Checks
    • What is Negligent Hiring/Retention, Cases of Negligent Hiring/Retention
  • What is the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)?
    • How do you comply with the FCRA?
    • Cases involving the FCRA
    • Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA)
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) position on criminal background checks
    • EEOC’s pre-2012 guidelines
    • EEOC’s 2012 Enforcement Guidance
    • EEOC Cases
  • Ban the Box Laws
  • Other considerations (workplace safety/violence issues, workers’ comp)
5. Stay Interviews – How to Keep Employees from Quitting

Duration: 90 Minutes
Why You Should Attend:

Stay interviews concern awkward situations, but those conversations don’t have to be awkward. In fact, better relationships can be built from the candid conversations that can occur in a stay interview. But frank and healing conversations regarding awkward situations, certainly need to be planned before they occur and this webinar will cover how to structure and conduct those conversations.

Areas Covered:

  • Spotting signs that an employee is disengaging, job hunting, or leaving – Do’s and Don’ts
  • How to start a good conversation before an employee gets too far gone and who should conduct that conversation
  • 5 employee situations from which an employer cannot – nor should attempt to rebound from
  • The first thing you need to do and when you need to do it when an employee you don’t want to lose turns in their resignation
  • Using performance management tools and performance reviews to conduct a stay interview – without calling it that
  • Building a conversational framework for stay interviews
  • Money matters – Rebounding from money issues
  • Strategic efforts to generate big payoffs in a stay situation
  • Points and Order that should be discussed and what should not be discussed
  • Training your managers, supervisors and team leaders
  • Recognizing employees who are vulnerable to poaching by competitors
  • 10 tips to retain employees during tense times of change and/or budget cuts
6. Handling Terminated Employees – Best Payroll Practices

Duration: 60 Minutes
Why You Should Attend:

This webinar with expert speaker Dayna J. Reum, will go into detail that employers face when paying terminated associates. Dayna will review everything from final pay to stock options and payments to employees that may occur years after they terminate, along with reviewing the difficult situation when you have to pay terminated employee’s legal settlements.

She will also cover the tax implications and how to handle taxes and several different types of termination pay. Due to the complexity of payments and laws in several states protecting terminated employees, it is important for your payroll department to understand these laws to ensure compliance.

Areas Covered:

  • Review of different types of term pay from vacation pay to golden parachute payments.
  • Discussion around Stock options and deferred compensation after termination
  • Taxation concerns in regard to payments made to terminated employees
  • Timing of final pay for terminated employees including state law requirements
  • Year-end concerns
  • Discussion around death payments paying and reporting
  • How to handle legal settlements
  • Record Retention Concerns
  • Best Practices
7. HR Files Know-How – Keeping Your Employment Records (and You) Organized

Duration: 60 Minutes
Why You Should Attend:

Just as important, it helps keep you organized so you won’t derail or become distracted during your already busy day.

This course on employee & personnel files best practices will give you a framework for your recordkeeping obligations and employee-related records retention system while considering federal and state employment laws. It will also help you create a sensible plan for staying organized.

In this webinar, you will learn how to organize personnel files. You will also learn about recordkeeping obligations imposed on employers by federal and state employment laws, glean best practices, and consider strategies and tactics that you could apply to your company for organizing employee files.

Areas Covered:

  • Design and perform a records retention audit
  • Plan, develop, and implement a records management program, including periodic check-ins
  • Identify the types of records, forms, and documents you should maintain access to, archive, or destroy
  • Assess methods for storing and accessing sensitive documents and information, including security considerations
8. Excel – Mastering Lookup Functions

Duration: 60 Minutes
Why You Should Attend:

How do I compare the items in these two lists and see which are missing
How do I look up a value in list ONE and pick up a related value from list TWO
How do I avoid my lookup formula displaying an ugly error when it can’t find a match?
What’s the difference between VLOOKUP and INDEX-MATCH?
I’0ve heard of VLOOKUP but what’s HLOOKUP?

These are just a few of the questions I get asked on a regular basis. You can get the answers to these questions (and more) by attending this training session dedicated to mastering the various lookup functions that are built into Excel.

VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, INDEX and MATCH are some of the most well-known (and most useful) formulas in Excel. Used properly, they will help you to improve the accuracy and integrity of your Excel workbooks, save a ton of time and minimize data entry errors.

Areas Covered:

  • How to construct and use the VLOOKUP function
  • TRUE and FALSE – the 4th parameter demystified
  • Tables – the key to future-proofing VLOOKUP
  • Using MATCH and COUNTIF functions to compare two lists
  • How to construct and use the HLOOKUP function
  • The LOOKUP Function
  • How to avoid #NA


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