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Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management Training

a function within an organization concentrated on recruiting, managing and directing people who work in it. Human Resource Management deals with issues related to compensation, performance management, organization development, safety, wellness, benefits, employee motivation, training and others. HRM plays a strategic role in managing people and the workplace culture and environment. If effective, it can contribute greatly to the overall company direction and the accomplishment of its goals and objectives.

Performance Management:

Many people mistake performance appraisal for performance management.  Performance management is a much bigger system and is much more valuable to managers and companies (and employees) than performance appraisal. The essential components taught by DES professionals include:

  • Performance Planning (includes employee goal setting / objective setting)
  • Ongoing Performance Communication
  • Data Gathering, Observation and Documentation
  • Performance Appraisal Meetings
  • Performance Diagnosis and Coaching

Position Management:

Position management is the continuous and systematic process for determining the number of positions needed, the skill and knowledge requirements of those positions and the organizational grouping of positions to carry out the work of an organizational unit. Workload Analysis.  DES Coaches ensure students:

  • Understand the difference between Position Data and Job Data
  • Understand the relationship functionality in a position
  • Learn the Position Management Process
    • Creating
    • Backfilling
    • Updating


Recruitment refers to the overall process of attracting, shortlisting, selecting and appointing suitable candidates for jobs (either permanent or temporary) within an organization.  Recruitment process is the first step in creating a powerful resource base. The process undergoes a systematic procedure starting from sourcing the resources to arranging and conducting interviews and finally selecting the right candidates.  DES students learn:

  • Recruitment Planning
  • Strategy Development
  • Searching
  • Screening
  • Evaluation & Control


A function of the HR department tasked with reducing the number of employees leaving the company by improving key processes and conditions. The aim is happier, loyal employees that actively want to remain with the company.  An employee retention program involves steps starting from identifying the major contributors in the organization and designing schemes to involve them with the organization to ensure that they do not leave.  The elements DES coaches are:

  • Cost of turnover
  • Herzberg’s theory
  • Retention programs
  • Retention tools and resources
  • Join, stay, leave model
  • Best practices
  • Outsourcing employee retention program
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