These toolkits have been specially designed to provide you with the essential HR regulatory knowledge and skills to effectively manage your people and become a great people manager.
Each toolkit can be bought and studied independently or they can be purchased together to be worked through as a full set.
In each toolkit you will explore:
This toolkit enables you to develop a sound understanding of the knowledge, skills and behaviours required by HR professionals and to identify the further development you will need for this. It is suitable for a non HR manager and will allow you to identify the relevant skills and knowledge you need for a career move into the role of a HR manager or Business Partner. As a small business owner it will help you identify the skills and knowledge you will need to manage HR related activities in your business.
This toolkit introduces you to the major areas of employment legislation and the employment law system. As a line manager, or small business owner it outlines the key aspects you have to adhere to and be aware of when employing and managing people, including employment regulation, managing change & reorganisation and the lawful management of disciplinary matters.
This toolkit introduces you to the major areas of employment legislation and the employment law system. You’ll find out the key aspects you have to adhere to and be aware of as a line manager or small business owner when dealing with recruitment and selection and pay and working hours. You’ll also explore the lawful treatment of employees.
This toolkit explores the principles and policies of reward and how you can successfully implement them for your team or within your organisation. You’ll also discover how reward impacts workforce motivation, and what you need to consider to implement appropriate reward management practice.
People make a business, therefore effective recruitment practice and people retention is essential for all businesses. In this toolkit you’ll explore how to attract the right people to your roles by devising and implementing great recruitment strategies. You’ll then explore the most effective retention and look at how to best manage exit strategies.