Executive Development Program In Human Resource Management From XLRI Jamshedpur

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  • 16 Oct, 2022

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About this course

Build on your people management skills

Effective management of human capital is critical to the success of most organizations. The function of HR is key to an organization as it enables the achievement of strategic goals. However, managing organizational performance poses an immense challenge to many HR leaders due to a lack of competent HR professionals. This course provides a comprehensive understanding of Human Resource Management and prepares participants for HR Leadership roles in the global environment. XLRI has partnered with SHRM in this course to support the capability-building of HR professionals. Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), being the world’s largest HR membership organization, devoted to human resource management perfectly complements the academic expertise of XLRI.

The program will also help the participants in their preparation for the global SHRM certification exams: SHRM CP and SHRM SCP.

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Build on your people management skills

Effective management of human capital is critical to the success of most organizations. The function of HR is key to an organization as it enables the achievement of strategic goals. However, managing organizational performance poses an immense challenge to many HR leaders due to a lack of competent HR profess... Read More

Get a deeper understanding of

  • Role of HR in Organizations
  • HR In the Global Context
  • Approaches for linking organizational and HR Strategies
  • Employee lifecycle phases
  • Approaches to Recruitment and Selection
  • Industrial relations
  • Employment Law and Regulations
  • International Labor Organization labor standards
  • Analytical Foundations of HR Measurement
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Key skills you’ll learn

  • Business and HR Strategy Planning
  • Employer Branding
  • Competency Based Recruitment and Selection
  • Employee Engagement
  • Grievance Handling
  • Managing Exit
  • Contract administration techniques
  • Learning and Development
  • Organizational Design and Change
  • HR Analytics

Program Starts in 61 Days

Benefits for All Students

Certificate of Completion from XLRI - the best HR institution in India

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Registration for SHRM India’s Annual Tech Conference or SHRM Expo as per prevailing student registration slab

Avail SHRM Global Membership at a revised special price

Interact with senior HR practitioners through special sessions organised by SHRM

Course content based on SHRM’s Global Body of Competency and Knowledge – covering both Behavioural and Technical competencies

Aids preparation for Global SHRM CP & SCP Certification and eligibility to earn global HR certification – SHRM CP/SCP (Additional exam-fee applies)

Certificate of Completion from XLRI - the best HR institution in India Sample Certificate              

Registration for SHRM India’s Annual Tech Conference or SHRM Expo as per prevailing student registration slab

Avail SHRM Global Membership at a revised special price

Interact with senior HR practitioners through special sessions organised by SHRM

Course content based on SHRM’s Global Body of Competency and Knowledge – covering both Behavioural and Technical competencies

Aids preparation for Global SHRM CP & SCP Certification and eligibility to earn global HR certification – SHRM CP/SCP (Additional exam-fee applies)

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Education

For Indian Participants

Graduates (10+2+3) or Diploma Holders (only 10+2+3) from a recognized university (UGC/AICTE/DEC/AIU/State Government) in any discipline with minimum of 4 years of work experience in the field of HR as on 01 October 2022.

Non-HR Managers, with a minimum of 4 years of work experience planning career shift to HR roles or positions involving people management responsibilities.

 

For International Participants

Graduation or equivalent degree from any recognized University or Institution in their respective country with minimum of 4 years of work experience in the field of HR as on 01 October 2022.

Non-HR Managers, with a minimum of 4 years of work experience planning career shift to HR roles or positions involving people management responsibilities

Syllabus at a Glance

  • Role of HR in Organizations
  • Structure of the HR Function
  • HR In the Global Context
  • Business and HR Strategy
  • Change and culture metrics
  • Approaches for linking organizational and HR Strategies
  • Employee lifecycle phases
  • Employer Branding
  • Competency Based Recruitment and Selection
  • Recruitment and Selection approaches
  • Social media in recruitment
  • Employee Engagement
  • Industrial relations
  • Employment Law and Regulations
  • Employee Collectives and their Dynamics
  • Disciplinary techniques
  • Grievance Handling
  • Managing Exit
  • Alternative dispute resolution techniques
  • Collective bargaining process
  • Contract administration techniques
  • International Labor Organization labor standards
  • Changing Role of Learning & Development
  • Training design and implementation
  • Adult Learning and Learning theories
  • Career Development and Career Management
  • Leadership Development
  • Measuring L&D Effectiveness
  • Coaching and Mentoring
  • Pay practices, policies, approaches, systems, and issues
  • Benefits & Perquisites
  • Total Rewards philosophy
  • Managing international assignments
  • Performance Management Systems & Processes
  • Performance management theories, structures, and approaches
  • Multi Rater Feedback Systems
  • Analytical Foundations of HR Measurement
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Impacting Productivity and the Bottom Line
  • Predictive Management
  • Balanced Scorecard and HR scorecard
  • Organizational Effectiveness
  • Organizational Structure and Design
  • Organizational Culture
  • Organizational Change

  • Role of HR in Organizations
  • Structure of the HR Function
  • HR In the Global Context
  • Business and HR Strategy
  • Change and culture metrics
  • Approaches for linking organizational and HR Strategies

  • Employee lifecycle phases
  • Employer Branding
  • Competency Based Recruitment and Selection
  • Recruitment and Selection approaches
  • Social media in recruitment
  • Employee Engagement

  • Industrial relations
  • Employment Law and Regulations
  • Employee Collectives and their Dynamics
  • Disciplinary techniques
  • Grievance Handling
  • Managing Exit
  • Alternative dispute resolution techniques
  • Collective bargaining process
  • Contract administration techniques
  • International Labor Organization labor standards

  • Changing Role of Learning & Development
  • Training design and implementation
  • Adult Learning and Learning theories
  • Career Development and Career Management
  • Leadership Development
  • Measuring L&D Effectiveness
  • Coaching and Mentoring

  • Pay practices, policies, approaches, systems, and issues
  • Benefits & Perquisites
  • Total Rewards philosophy
  • Managing international assignments
  • Performance Management Systems & Processes
  • Performance management theories, structures, and approaches
  • Multi Rater Feedback Systems

  • Analytical Foundations of HR Measurement
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Impacting Productivity and the Bottom Line
  • Predictive Management
  • Balanced Scorecard and HR scorecard

  • Organizational Effectiveness
  • Organizational Structure and Design
  • Organizational Culture
  • Organizational Change

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About The Institute

XLRI Jamshedpur

XLRI is one of India’s leading management school based in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. Established in 1949 as the Xavier Labor Relations Institute, by Fr. Quinn Enright, XLRI is acknowledged as India’s oldest business management school.

XLRI with its single vision of Magis, i.e., pursuit of excellence, focuses on three areas: academic excellence, personal values and social concern. XLRI spares no effort to make its curriculum world-class and deliver it in the most effective manner. It constantly scans the developments in business and in society and tries to pro-act to meet the challenges. Its world-class faculty with its commitment and deep sense of service delivers the curriculum very effectively.

Consistently being acknowledged as the Best “HR Course” in Asia–Pacific, it has also been recognized for its research acumen by the London Business School and is ranked among top 5 research schools in India cutting across management and technical institutes. For more details, visit www.xlri.ac.in.

XLRI features consistently among the top 5 business schools of the country. In 2012, XLRI was ranked No. 4 among top 75 B-schools in India across Private and Government sector by Outlook India. Among other rankings, it was ranked #5 by the 2012 edition of CNBC-TV18′ s Top B-Schools in India, #4 by the Business Today 50 best business schools of 2012, #3 by Business World B Schools Unplugged.

SHRM

SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, creates better workplaces where employers and employees thrive together. As the voice of all things work, workers and the workplace, SHRM is the foremost expert, convener and thought leader on issues impacting today’s evolving workplaces. With 300,000+ HR and business executive members in 165 countries, SHRM impacts the lives of more than 115 million workers and families globally.

SHRM’s mission is to empower people and workplaces by advancing HR practices and by maximizing human potential. Having a strong presence in the US, Asia, EMEA & offices in India and UAE, SHRM offers Memberships, Global Certifications, HR Conferences, HR Training Programs, Advisory Solutions and Academic partnerships.

Fee Structure for

Instalment Schedule

1st Instalment
INR 35000 + GST Due by: 10 Aug, 2022
1st Instalment
USD 750 Due by: 10, Aug, 2022
2nd Instalment
INR 35000 + GST Due by: 12 Oct, 2022
2nd Instalment
USD 750 Due by: 12, Oct, 2022
3rd Instalment
INR 37500 + GST Due by: 25 Jan, 2023
3rd Instalment
USD 800 Due by: 25, Jan, 2023
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INR 107500 + GST Due by: 10, Aug, 2022
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USD 2300 Due by: 10, Aug, 2022

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FAQs

What are the eligibility criteria for XLRI’s Human Resource Management program?

The eligibility criteria for Executive Development Program in Human Resource Management are as follows: • The candidate should be a graduate (10+2+3) or Diploma Holders (only 10+2+3) from a recognized university (UGC/AICTE/DEC/AIU/State Government) in any discipline. • A minimum of 4 years of work experience as on 01 September 2021 in the field of HR. • People with a minimum of 4 years of work experience in other fields can also enrol for this course. • Professionals who want to move ahead in their careers and prepare for the leadership role are eligible for this program. • Those who want to prepare for the global SHRM certification exam. • Those want to gain knowledge from the faculty of one of India’s leading management schools.

What are the benefits this program offers related to SHRM?

XLRI has partnered with Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the world’s largest HR membership organization. Candidates will receive the following SHRM benefits after enrolling in this Human Resource Management Program from XLRI: • Special sessions organised by SHRM where candidates will get the opportunity to interact with senior HR practitioners. • Candidates can register for SHRM India’s Annual Tech Conference. • The course curriculum is based on SHRM’s Global Body of Competency and Knowledge which will help participants prepare for Global SHRM certification. • Candidates can also avail of SHRM Global Membership at a price of INR 7,303

How is this course curriculum beneficial for my career?

The extensive curriculum of this Human Resource Management course from XLRI has been designed with an aim to equip you with effective people management skills that are crucial for the success of most organizations. The knowledge will be imparted by the eminent faculty of XLRI which will broaden your mind and gives you a clear understanding of the fundamentals of Human Resource Management. Besides this, the contents of this Human Resource Management course have also been integrated with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Competency Model which will help participants prepare for the Global SHRM Certification.

What will be the evaluation criteria for this course?

The classes for this Human Resource Management course from XLRI will be held live on Talentedge’s live and interactive learning platform and candidates are evaluated on the basis of a minimum of 80% attendance in these lectures, assignments at the end of each module, and a final online video proctored online assessment at the end of the course. Candidates who fulfil these criteria will be awarded a certificate of completion from XLRI. Candidates who fail to fulfil the above-mentioned evaluation criteria but have 60% attendance will be awarded a participation certificate.

What is the duration of the course?

This Executive Development Program in Human Resource Management from XLRI is 6-months long. The classes are conducted on Sundays from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. IST (3 hours) as per the convenience of the working professionals. Students who will fulfil the evaluation criteria and have a minimum of 80% attendance to these classes will be awarded a certificate of completion from XLRI.

Is it tough to work in Human Resources?

The field of human resource management is undoubtedly challenging. You have to make critical decisions, deal with allegations and conflicts, and manage the performance of the employees to meet the organization’s goals and objectives. But, if you are equipped with the required skills and competencies, you are capable enough to thrive in this role. Executive Development Program in Human Resource Management from XLRI has a firm objective to equip HR professionals with all those skills and techniques required to deal with the complex situation in the organization. In this course, you will gain expertise in all the roles played by HR professionals that will take your HR career to the next level. Besides this, the contents of this Human Resource Management course have also been integrated with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Competency Model which will help participants prepare for the Global SHRM Certification and become globally recognised HR professionals.

How will I clear my doubts during the online class?

XLRI’s Executive Development Program in Human Resource Management provides participants with the opportunity to participate in dedicated and interactive sessions with the experienced and eminent faculty of XLRI Jamshedpur where they can easily clear their doubts and seek answers to academic questions that may have been missed out during the regular delivery sessions. You can also post your doubts on the SLIQ cloud campus and the faculty will write back to you with the solutions.

Will I get reference materials during the course?

Yes. The student will be given 24X7 access to Talentedge’s Cloud Campus-SLIQ where they can get learning aids, study materials, reference materials, assessments, case studies and assignments, etc. Also, students will also reach out to the professors, real-time during the class or offline through this SLIQ Platform to raise questions and clear their doubts.

What are the job opportunities in Human Resource Management?

If you like to interact with people with different skills and backgrounds, then human resource management can be a rewarding career for you. Human Resource Management requires you to manage the human capital needs of the organization by performing several tasks such as recruitment, classification, training, compensation, retaining, benefits and performance management. Some of the job opportunities in human resource management are listed below: • Human resources Associate - The primary duties in this job role involves processing personnel and position actions in the human resources management system. This job role will give you exposure to different functions of human resources to gain experience and decide if you want to specialize in a specific area. • Recruiter: The major job responsibilities of a recruiter include identifying the skill gaps in the organization and bridge them. As a recruiter, you’ll interview prospective candidates, evaluate them and plan their onboarding process after their selection from the respective department heads. • Benefits administrator- This is an entry-level human resources management position where you are required to enter employee data in the human resources management system. As a benefits administrator, you will have the opportunity to learn about benefits administration and some aspects of payroll. • Payroll specialist- Payroll specialists are responsible for managing employee deductions as well as processing payroll by the organization’s payroll schedule and salary administration policies. • Training coordinator- Their job involves developing and delivering employee training programs such as traditional, instructor-led classes as well as online education programs at the direction of a training manager. • Compensation specialists- They are responsible for reviewing and managing job descriptions to ensure classification and compensation for the job is appropriate for the work employees are expected to perform. They also research the labor market to ensure the organization is offering a competitive salary and compensation packages. • Human resources manager- Their primary responsibilities are coordinating, planning, and overseeing the various functions of human resources management. They are responsible to ensure an organization is compliant with applicable employment laws, provides competitive compensation and benefits programs, develops employees and manages employee relationships.

What if I miss any session?

All the classes of this program are scheduled as per the convenience of working professionals so that they won’t miss out on any session. The classes will be conducted on Sundays from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. IST (3 hours). Students are suggested not to miss any session as this can hamper their learning experience. However, if a student missed out on any class, he or she will get access to the recordings of the live sessions as per the applicable guidelines specified by the Institute and the Programme Director. Also, students can access their learning aids, reference materials, assessments, case studies, projects and assignments through Talentedge’s SLIQ cloud campus.

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What is Human Resource Management?

Human Resource Management is a type of management function that is related to the acquisition, growth, and maintenance of the employees of a company to help the business achieve its desired goals and objectives.

The goal of HRM is to make the best use of employees’ participation in projects and increase their efficiency, while also achieving individual and organizational goals.
 

Key components that constitute the nature of HRM:

  • HRM includes putting management functions and principles into practice: Employees are acquired, developed, maintained, and remunerated using these functions and principles.
  • Employee-related decisions must be coherent: Employee decisions must be reconciled with other human resource decisions.
  • The effectiveness of an organization is influenced by the decisions made: Customers will benefit from an organization’s effectiveness as the high-quality products are delivered at competitive prices.
  • HRM functions are not limited to businesses: HRM functions are not limited to businesses only; they may also be used in non-profit organizations, for instance, education and health care.
     

Why Human Resource Management is Important for Every Organization?

Human resource management is a backbone of an organization. Businesses would be unable to efficiently attract and retain personnel, maintain a healthy and pleasant working environment, align the individual goal with organizational goals to enhance the business performance if human resource management was not in place.
 

Main Functions of Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management serves as a connector between employers and employees, ensuring that both are well-equipped to perform their tasks productively. It plays a critical role in preparing businesses to handle the difficulties of a growing and increasingly competitive industry. HRM’s fundamental objectives are linked to all its functions.
 

Given below are the seven main functions of HR management:

  1. Recruitment and Selection - One of the most important HR responsibilities is to recruit individuals and select the best suitable ones to work for your organization. Employees are the life force of an organization, therefore finding the right fit is crucial. It includes determining the requirement for a position, preparing job descriptions, defining the skill set needed in an ideal candidate, establishing pay budgets, advertising to the targeted people, interviewing, and hiring the best candidate. “Onboarding,” also known as “organization socialization,” is a common part of the recruitment process that is usually supported and monitored by human resource management.
     
  2. Training and Development - Employees can reskill and upskill thanks to training and development. HR is in charge of training and development to make sure that it contributes towards achieving the company’s long-term objectives. Employees can fill skill gaps and grow into leaders with the help of training and development to be able to give their best to attain the desired targets. Employee training has several advantages for a business. Investing in employees’ growth improves employee retention while also lowering recruitment expenses.
     
  3. Compensation and Benefits - Fair compensation is essential for inspiring and retaining employees. In terms of remuneration, promoting equity is one of the cornerstones of human resource management. Making the appropriate pay offer is an important component of attracting top candidates. The budget must be in sync with the company’s balance sheet. The basic pay that each employee receives is referred to as compensation. Employee benefits can include performance-based pay, pensions, family health insurance, paid holidays and sick leaves, and many more. It depends on the company’s budgets and priorities.
     
  4. Performance Management - Employees are typically assigned a set of jobs to perform. Employees can get feedback on their work through performance management, which allows them to improve their performance. It is a continuous process that consists of a number of interconnected tasks. In most cases, businesses follow an annual performance management cycle that includes planning, monitoring, reviewing, and rewarding employee performance. Employees can be classified as high and low performers as a result of this approach.
     
  5. Succession Planning - Succession planning is a very crucial aspect of human resource management. The practice of preparing for the juncture in case important employees plan to leave the organization is known as succession planning. If a senior manager leaves, for instance, having a replacement on hand shows progression and can save the organization a lot of time and money. Performance rating and training initiatives are frequently used to plan for succession. Subsequently, a pool of qualified people is created who are available to substitute in the event of a vacancy.
     
  6. Employer-Employee Relationship - When it comes to employee relations, there are two main functions to consider. To begin with, HR assists in the prevention and resolution of difficulties or conflicts between management and employees. Furthermore, HR helps in the development and enforcement of policies that are fair and orderly across the organization. When an employee has a complaint, whether it’s about pay, benefits, or any other thing, HR may intervene between the employee and employer, assisting in the resolution of any issues.
     
  7. Compliance Management- Every HR professional should be up to date on employment law to make sure that the company's policies and procedures are compliant with the most recent regulations. One of the most undervalued aspects of human resource management is the management of compliances. However, that is not the case. In view of the fact that even a minor blunder can impose significant forfeits on your company.
     

What are the Objectives of Human Resource Management?

Human resource management highlights the important problems to be addressed as well as conducts rules and regulations, in addition to accomplishing organizational goals. The aim of HR management is mostly impacted by the goals of the organization. HRM’s main objective is to maintain a stable work environment by centralizing data and ensuring efficient operations.

The top 5 objectives of HRM include achieving organizational goals, creating a stable work culture, keeping up with societal and ethical developments, enhancing employee satisfaction, and enabling team coordination.

  1. Organizational Goals - Setting and achieving organizational goals is one of the primary objectives of human resource management. Workforce management, employee hiring and onboarding, payroll management, retirement processing, and so on are just a few of the goals. Things can quickly spiral out of control if there are no defined parameters set for each step. It is not tough to achieve HRM objectives once you create a plan using all the available resources.
     
  2. Creating a Stable Work Environment - Employees and work environment are the most important aspects in efficiently managing HRM and meeting objectives. The workplace environment has a significant impact on HR management and business performance. To build a positive work environment start with developing and sustaining healthy and transparent relationships among team members.
     
  3. Keeping Up with Societal and Ethical Developments - Human resource management is responsible for making sure that legal, ethical, and social-environmental challenges are appropriately addressed. It must ensure that human resources are dealt with in a formal and compliant manner and that their needs are understood and met, while taking social principles and duty into account. Equal opportunities and equal pay for the same level of work are legal issues that should not be overlooked. Social responsibility concerns include developing jobs, building schools and dispensaries, as well as assisting women empowerment.
     
  4. Enhancing Employee Satisfaction - Due to increased worldwide competition, it is more difficult than ever for businesses to find and retain skilled employees. In addition to that, the scarcity of qualified employees makes it an unquestionable responsibility for human resource executives to keep the employees satisfied with the company. Initiatives and policies established by HR for the personal development of employees must be in line with the organization’s goals and objectives. To enhance the bond and boost satisfaction of the employees, rewards and recognition in the form of incentives, a well-balanced work culture, team outings, meals, and other activities must be organized.
     
  5. Enabling Team Coordination - One of the main responsibilities and objectives of HR management is to ensure that teams work effectively together. Every person has unique personality traits and values. They all have opposing viewpoints and ideas, which may lead to confrontations. To be efficiently productive, individuals must be able to communicate effectively with one another. As a result, team coordination requires constant monitoring.
     

What are the Essential Human Resource Management Skills?

Employees are said to be the most essential asset of every organization. This is the reason why every business needs competent human resource management. Human resources assist in the team formation, the development of the organization’s culture along with the growth of its employees. HR management contributes to the employee’s productivity to help align with organizational goals and objectives. Human resource management’s functions necessitate a diverse set of skills, including both technical and social competencies. Each person has distinctive skills and thus their contribution to the team is also different from others.

Below are the top 5 essential skills that every human resource executive should possess. These skills include:

  1. Communication Skills
  2. Negotiation Skills
  3. Organizational and Analytical Skills
  4. Empathy and Compassion
  5. Technical Skills

1. Communication Skills - Communication is without a doubt the most crucial expertise a human resource executive should have. An HR executive must have excellent written and verbal communication skills to perform daily activities — such as conducting interviews, delivering presentations, resolving conflicts, to name a few. HR  professionals interact with plenty of people on a daily basis, from job candidates to senior executives. They are also accountable for making sure that the firm’s rules and regulations are to the point and clear.

2. Negotiation Skills - The ability to handle disputes and negotiate is another crucial skill for human resources. From pay increase to leaves, negotiation is a part of the daily routine in the area of human resource management. It is a never-ending activity. Whenever an employee approaches HR with a concern — such as salary, work hours, job responsibilities, or something else, many a time they assume that they are right and the other person involved is at fault. When conflicts like these emerge, HR mediates the situation by negotiating with the employees, an HR executive is supposed to strike deals that benefit both parties, the firm and the individual.

3. Organization and Analytical Skills - To meet the desired goals, the jobs performed and responsibilities that are undertaken in the human resource department, demand a high level of organization and analytical capabilities. Human resource executives usually use resource management software for a number of activities such as payroll management, staff scheduling, and much more. Business-oriented software simplifies HR management by consolidating crucial data on a single platform.

4. Empathy and Compassion - Empathy is the ability to put oneself in the shoes of another person. This is a very crucial human resource skill that should be practiced by every member of the team. It allows you to get to know people better, comprehend their issues, and come up with ideas to fix them. Being an active listener is one way to demonstrate empathy and compassion towards employees. If an employee expresses concern regarding the working hours, salary, or some internal dispute with management or colleagues, firstly examine the situation from their point of view instead of directly suggesting a solution.

5. Technical Skills - One of the most sought-after human resource management skills is the ability to use modern technologies. Many human resource professionals believe that using planning tools, digital spreadsheets, and online databases to perform their tasks would help them save time and achieve their goals.

Today, there are a variety of HR certification courses available from recognized and reputed institutes to upgrade your career in the rising field of human resources. These courses are designed to boost your HR and management skills and provide you with the knowledge of business and HR strategy planning for creating a business-aligned HR.
 

Scope of Human Resource Management in India

Human resource management is concerned with the welfare of employees. HR planning, hiring, rewards and recognitions, industrial relations, payroll management, training and development, and so on are all included in this. To put it another way, it is about establishing and sustaining cooperative relationships among employees while creating a balance between corporate and individual objectives.

HRM has a broad and extensive scope — expanding day by day. Hence, the scope of HR management can widely be categorized into three aspects:

  1. Personnel Management
  2. Employee Welfare
  3. Industrial Relations
     
  • HRM in Personnel Management - This relates to manpower management, recruitment, selection, onboarding process, training and development, remuneration, layoffs and retrenchments, productivity, and much more. The main goal is to determine individual growth, progress, and effectiveness, all of which will be consequently responsible for organizational development. It also covers performance evaluation, the acquisition of new skills, wage distribution, incentives, allowances, and other associated benefits.
     
  • HRM in Employee Welfare - This aspect of human resource management is concerned with the working environment and facilities available at the workplace. This encompasses a wide range of tasks and services, including health care, welfare money, social security, and medical assistance. It also involves the hiring of safety officers, creating a healthy and pleasant working environment, obliterating workplace hazards, managerial support from top levels, cleanliness and sanitation, ventilation and lighting, sickness and family benefits, maternity and paternity benefits. Employee welfare entails identifying and meeting employees’ needs through the engagement of both managers and employees. It also looks after canteens, restrooms, transportation, and recreational facilities, among other things.
     
  • HRM in Industrial Relations - Because it is a delicate subject, it necessitates cautious engagement with employees or their unions, addressing their resentments, and efficiently resolving disagreements to keep the organization at peace and concord. Understanding labor interactions, joint consultation, problem-solving through collaborative efforts, and conflict resolution are all part of this aspect of human resource management.

The major goal is to protect employees’ interests by ensuring the best understanding possible while minimizing negative consequences for the firm. It is all about supporting and making progress in industrial democracy to protect employees as well as managerial concerns.

There are two options available to pursue your career in human resource management. The first option is to enroll yourself in offline courses and the other option is to get into online courses in HR from one of the leading ed-tech platforms such as Talentedge. Since the Covid-19 pandemic has emerged, multiple renowned institutions have come up with online courses. One such leading institution, XLRI Jamshedpur through the platform of Talentedge is offering an Executive Development Program in Transformational Leadership for you to excel in your career. This course focuses on the critical knowledge, skills, and competencies required for HR professionals to succeed in their domain.
 

Executive Development Program in Human Resource Management

The aim of the human resource management course from XLRI Jamshedpur is to provide HR professionals with a better understanding of human resource theory and techniques.

This course is designed to give you a deeper understanding of employee engagement, employee branding, learning and development, HR analytics, employment law and regulations, industrial relations, to name a few. It will also provide you with the knowledge of the most effective approaches for linking organizational and HR strategies to ensure that individual goals are aligned with organizational goals to enhance productivity and revenue.

Professionals who enroll in the Executive Development Program in Human Resource Management course from XLRI Jamshedpur will get to grasp the underlying concepts of modern business models and make it easier to develop and implement HR strategies that are aligned with future-ready recruitment techniques.

This HR certification course is most suited for working professionals, HR managers, mid-level executives who want to hone their HR skills or planning a career shift in HR.
 

Why Should You Choose XLRI Jamshedpur?

XlRI is frequently listed as one of the top five business schools in India. XLRI Jamshedpur was established in 1949 and is the oldest management institute in India. XLRI is ranked among the top Asia-Pacific institutes for its human resource management studies. Also, XLRI’s business management program is regarded as one of the best in the country.
 

Why Should You Pursue an Online Human Resource Management Course from Talentedge?

Due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the popularity of online learning has expanded like the clappers. There are numerous benefits of enrolling in this online course in HR, for instance:

  • Pursuing an online certification helps working professionals minimize the skill gap and remain competitive and progressive in their careers.
  • No additional software or installation is required which makes it easier for working professionals to attend classes from anywhere using a laptop or desktop computer
  • Thanks to online learning, working professionals can study while keeping their existing jobs and have a perfect work-life balance.

Today, Talentedge offers a wide range of online certification courses in association with some of the world’s most prestigious institutions. The certificates from these institutions are highly valued and contribute to your professional development. Some of the added advantages of these online certification courses are:

  • The convenient weekend schedule makes it easier for professionals to attend live lectures while maintaining a good work-life balance
  • In a virtual setting, live and interactive learning provide a real classroom experience
  • One-on-one doubt solving sessions to give the prompt answers in detail
  • A dedicated student and tech support
  • Chance to get a certificate from XLRI Jamshedpur on successfully completing the course
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