HR 101 (Camrose 2017)
Date: November 29, 2017
Region(s): East Central
Location: Camrose Golf Course Club House, 5106 - 66 Street, Camrose, AB
Registration for this training is now closed.
HR 101 – Human Resources for the Non-HR Professional
Trainer: Julianna Cantwell, Juna Consulting
What every manager should know about the managing people... from effective hiring practices to managing performance issues to terminating employees the right way. This Human Resources (HR) Management workshop for “Non-HR Professionals” will include Information Sessions, Pop Quizzes, Small Group Discussions, Best Practices Forum, and a Q & A Hot Seat activity, so everyone can get their HR-related questions answered, and more.
There will be take-away templates for the following:
job description template
resume screening matrix template
interview questions (do’s and don’ts) cheat sheet
reference check template
reference check form
employment contract template
record of disciplinary action (progressive discipline form letter) template
Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:
Ensure programs, policies and procedures comply with Alberta Employment Standards Code and Alberta Human Rights Act
Apply best practices in:
Interviewing & Selection
Know what to look for when screening a resume, and shortlist candidates efficiently
Design effective questions to ask during the pre-screening process
Develop effective interview questions and apply different interviewing techniques Conduct a professional interview meeting that “sells” candidates on the organization
Avoid asking inappropriate questions that should not be asked in an interview (prevent discrimination)
Orienting & Onboarding New Employees
Assess current employee onboarding process (gap analysis)
Identify how to improve current new employee orientation program (best practices for 0-3 months)
Discover how to continue to engage staff (3-12 months)
Performance Management & Progressive Discipline (including Terminations/Layoffs)
Describe the performance management cycle and process
Explain the manager’s and the employee’s roles in performance management (including setting & managing expectations)
Know what to do before, during and after a performance review meeting
Apply best practices to the annual performance review process
Apply the steps of progressive discipline and document performance matters appropriately
Distinguish between termination for cause and without cause
Terminate an employee effectively (when and how to have the difficult “firing” meeting)
Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Time: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm (6 hours)
Deadline to Register: Thursday, November 16, 2017. (A Minimum of 8 participants is required to run this training.)
Registration Fee (inlcudes training materials, lunch and snacks):
CALP-funded organizations, First Nations College or CCI Staff: $125.00
For more information, please contact:
CLN Provincial Office
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If Notice of Cancellation is given fewer than 10 business days before the first day of the training event, the registration fee is nonrefundable.
Refunds will be applied to the original form of payment (i.e. the credit account used to pay for the registration).