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Prevention is still better than cure! Implementing HR Policies

In this webcast you will gain a good understanding about the importance of Human Resource Policies and Procedures, your business/organisation’s legal obligations and the use of best practice to implement policies and procedures for effective management of employees and HR systems and to ensure your business/organisation complies with employment law.

Some of the areas that will be covered include:
•Policies and procedures- Why introduce them?
•Employment law impacting your business/organisation
•What policies to consider
•How & Who should develop the policies
•Implementation process - Do’s and Don’t
•Monitoring, updating and evaluations
•The role of Line managers
•Line managers guidelines & Employee Handbook
•HR Audits
Recorded Jan 28 2010 31 mins
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Anita Wiafe - MD at OML (Occupational Management Limited) HR Consultancy
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    Anita Wiafe - MD at OML (Occupational Management Limited) HR Consultancy
    In this webcast you will gain a good understanding about the importance of Human Resource Policies and Procedures, your business/organisation’s legal obligations and the use of best practice to implement policies and procedures for effective management of employees and HR systems and to ensure your business/organisation complies with employment law.

    Some of the areas that will be covered include:
    •Policies and procedures- Why introduce them?
    •Employment law impacting your business/organisation
    •What policies to consider
    •How & Who should develop the policies
    •Implementation process - Do’s and Don’t
    •Monitoring, updating and evaluations
    •The role of Line managers
    •Line managers guidelines & Employee Handbook
    •HR Audits
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About HR Messenger

The HR Messenger champions the importance of effective Human Resource Management for charities and small and medium sized businesses, by sharing best practice and providing practical guidelines to managers and HR professionals responsible for the Human Resource function within their enterprise.

Topics
The webcasts take place on a bimonthly basis with a different people management topic each time. The topics vary ranging from employment law, performance management, absence management to employee relations and disputes. We welcome our channel followers to suggest topics by emailing us their suggestions.

Our approach
Our webcasts like our paid webinars are informative and interactive. We provide a step by step guide on how to design, implement, monitor, manage and evaluate a range of HR policies and procedures. When you attend one of our webcasts you walk away with practical guidelines that you can actually apply at your place of work.

Who runs it?
The channel is run by OML (Occupational management limited). We specialise in Human Resource consultancy services specifically for the not-for-profits and social enterprises. The webcasts are lead by Anita Wiafe the MD, who is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the British Psychological Society. She is also a practicing organisational psychologist and an accredited Level A and B assessor for psycho-metric testing.

Anita established OML primarily for non-for- profit and SMEs to access HR and Training professionals at an affordable cost. She has over 10 years generalist HR experience working in senior roles providing advice, support and project work to non-for- profit, SME’s and public sector organisations.

Who should attend?
HR is not sector bound so anyone across sectors and industries can attend, but particularly:

• Individuals whose jobs cover a number of areas of work, of which HR is one aspect
• Small and medium size business owners or charities with limited or no HR function
• Managers and senior managers i.e., CEO’s, COO, directors, HR professionals etc.
• Those who have an interest in people management and development for their organisations

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