Fri, 06 Jul|
HR Risk Assessment
Managing and developing the people at work is very important. SMEs are usually less prepared regarding HR Policies, Operations, Techniques and Metrics than the bigger companies and this workshop aims at informing SME owners and managers of the most important HRM and HRD practices.
Time & Location
06 Jul 2018, 09:00 – 13:00
SE1 6NG, Keyworth St, London SE1 6NG, UK
About The Event
HR Risk Assessment
Suitable when an SME employs people
Managing and developing the people at work is very important. SMEs are usually less prepared regarding HR Policies, Operations, Techniques and Metrics than the bigger companies and this workshop aims at informing SME owners and managers of the most important HRM and HRD practices as well as the methods used to assess and improve HR Policies and Operations for an effective organisation that develops, trusts and supports its people towards common goals.
To understand the context and the benefits of HRM and HRD, acknowledge all the associated risks (when best practices are not followed) and set the frame of a well organised, open, friendly and efficient work environment where people want to use and develop their skills to set goals and objectives.
• The context of HRM and HRD
• Motivation, Control and Development
• HR Functions and Operations (legal – best practices)
• The work Environment / Health and Safety – Diversity – Work Life Balance – Fair pay
• The HR Assessment – Risk management frame / Advertising, Recruitment, Induction, Performance Appraisal, Career Development, Redundancy
• Assessing how well we do – Preparing our improvement plan
The Programme Leader - Anastasia Marinopoulou
Anastasia is a Visiting Researcher and Tutor at the University and runs her own (small) consultancy practice offering consultation and training services on marketing strategy, sales development, leadership and teamwork and lean operations.
Her customer portfolio includes SMEs and MNs from diverse sectors like Retail, Education, Construction, Hotel & Catering, High Fashion, as well the Pharmaceutical sector from the U.K., Greece, Turkey and Russia.
Worksheets will be provided during the workshop