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HR Fundamentals for Non HR Professionals with Jordan Rodney & Ilana Stern

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In today’s complex and competitive work environment, taking care of the ‘people-side’ of the business becomes increasingly important to organizations.  In turn, business owners and executives need to be equipped with the tools to minimize risk and deal with employee issues professionally and promptly. This session will provide participants with an overview of the fundamental human resources skills required to establish a productive and positive work environment. 

Examples of some topics that will be covered in this session include: legislative compliance, recruitment and selection, performance management and employee relations.  Participants will also learn how business planning and strategy is related to the effective management of your ‘people.’

What You Will Learn:

  • How to deal with difficult employee situations to minimize liability
  • How to effectively manage people using a proactive approach
  • How to navigate through all stages of the employment cycle from recruitment up to termination
  • How to promote a positive employee relations environment
  • How to draw the link between effective ‘people-management’ and business strategy

Jordan Rodney is an employment lawyer and a results-driven Human Resource professional with 20 years of experience in a broad spectrum of employment and labour matters including, but not limited to, employee and labour relations, negotiations, facilitation and change management.

Ilana Stern is an HR Consultant.  As an experienced generalist, she provides our HRessentials clients with a full range of recommendations and support in all aspects of human resources.

 

 

 

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