Employment Life-cycle Training Series 2018

20 Jul 2017     Last updated: 30 Nov 2017

NICVA and Sector Matters are pleased to offer this popular Employment Life-cycle series of training again this year. The four training sessions guide you through the critical elements of the employment relationship.

The seminars are aimed at new line managers or Board members with responsibility for managing staff or those with more experience wishing to refresh their knowledge. There are 3 morning seminars and 1 full day in total taking learners from Recruitment to Managing Discipline and Grievance issues and all essential areas in between. You can book all or as many of the sessions as you like.

Q. Do you find dealing with people and HR matters time consuming? 

Q. Are you put off by the complexities of employment law, HR policies and employee rights, especially if you don’t have a HR professional in your workplace? 

Q. Are you a manager or board member who would like to develop your confidence, knowledge and skills in HR?

If the answer is yes to any of these questions then our Employment Life-cycle HR training can help. The sessions will help build your confidence, knowledge and skills to enable you to deal effectively with people issues at work.

We recognise that dealing with people matters can be both daunting and time consuming so through the training we will provide essential information and practical tools to help you deal with day to day HR situations in your role as a manager or board member. 

Equipped with the skills, knowledge and tools to deal with the wide range of topics covered, you can apply the learning in your workplace saving you and your organisation precious time, money and resources and improving motivation, performance and outcomes within your workforce.

 

 

 

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