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Integrated Human Resources Management Workshop
May 20, 2019 @ 9:00 am - May 24, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
Integrated Human Resources Management Workshop – Johannesburg, South Africa
May 20-24, 2019
Birches Group is pleased to announce it will continue to run its Integrated Human Resources Management Workshop for the Development Community, which focuses on Job Design and Evaluation, Compensation Management, and Recognition and Reward. The 5-day session will be held on May 20-24, in Johannesburg, South Africa.
This course is designed for professionals in the development community who wish to emerge as strategic partners of their organization. In the span of five intensive days, workshop participants will learn the fundamentals of how to link four critical areas of Human Resources:
- Evaluation of Jobs
- Design of Salary Scales
- Assessment of Skills
- Measurement of Performance
The workshop is built on Birches Group’s integrated Human Resource platform – Community™. The Community™ application will be used across the job evaluation, skills assessment, and performance evaluation exercises. Practical exercises and diagnostic activities are also included.
Participants will not only know more about each of these components, but how they can be integrated to accomplish the organization mission. Join us and learn from the experience and expertise of our facilitators and from other participants.
To know more about the course, please view our training prospectus here.
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