HR Roles: Job Analysis and Descriptions, Job Evaluation and Grades
This course is introduced to you by the International Academy of Human Resources Development (IAHRD). Our courses are specially designed to meet your needs, explained to you by experts with a long experience in the field.
We all know how much important the HR department's role is. Well understanding of these roles has a dramatic effect on the organization. Describing these roles through job profiles or descriptions is one of the essential elements of the role of HR. The course will expand your understanding in the best practice approaches used in HR especially in Job Analysis and Descriptions, Job Evaluation and Grades.
After attending this course, participants will be able to:
- Develop clear job profiles, job descriptions and key accountability statements.
- Communicate with employees using a clear language which will increase their productivity.
- Execute an effective job evaluation and an effective grading system.
- Match different approaches available with the needs of the firm to achieve its goals.
- What is HR?
- Why is it important?
- What is the nature of HR?
- What are the main roles of HR?
- Job analysis and description definitions.
- Job evaluation and grades definitions.
- What are the essentials of an effective job analysis?
- The main components of job analysis.
- A clear job analysis framework.
- Understanding job roles and accountabilities using job analysis.
- Developing job descriptions in modern and clear ways.
- The effect of a clearly developed job description.
- Involving job analysis in performance management and competency libraries.
- The communication process of the results of job analysis with the employees.
- Employers best practices in the communication process.
- Jobprofiles in other areas of HR.
- Why to use job evaluations?
- What if there was no job evaluations?
- Best practice proprietary systems of job evaluation in the GCC.
- Overview of commonly used best-practice proprietary systems of job evaluations in the GCC.
- Case study.
Who Should Attend?
- HR managers.
- Finance managers.
- Administration and line managers.
- Interested candidates.