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Modern Human Resource Management – Appraisal and Performance introduces very important aspects of HR management, such as understanding employee rights, how to manage employee performance, how to implement performance evaluation systems and how to complete and conduct employee assessments. The course also reviews workplace health and safety law, the health concerns that can affect employees at work, and the hazards associated with the workplace.
The course begins by introducing the main examples of organisational performance issues and the processes used to handle these types of employee problems. You will gain an understanding of how to investigate performance issues and the options that are available for dealing with employee problems and disciplinary intervention. Employee rights are then discussed in relation to job protection, employee privacy, unionization and the process of collective bargaining. Next, you will learn about the steps involved in designing a performance appraisal and the reasons why a systematic performance evaluation system should be implemented. You will also learn about the goals of performance evaluation.
Finally, the course introduces you to workplace safety laws, how they apply to specific industries, such as IT, the service industry, and construction. You will learn how to develop safety standards, while making sure safety and health laws are followed. How to track and record workplace accidents and illnesses is also covered. You will also learn how to interpret and evaluate the different types of employee stress, the different types of office-related injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, and the implementation of contemporary issues surrounding employee health and safety.
This course will be of great interest to all HRM professionals and managers who would like to learn more about modern human resource appraisal and performance procedures, and to all learners who are interested in HRM as a career.
Having completed this course the learner will be able to: - Explain employee rights; - Define and explain how to develop a process for handling employee performance issues; - Define the reasons for a formal performance evaluation system; - Explain the process to develop a performance review system; - Describe the various appraisal methods; - Discuss best practices in performance review planning; - Explain OSHA laws; - Explain health concerns that can affect employees at work.
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