- 23 Sep 2019 Dubai
No formal organisation can exist and function well without a set
of guidelines that express how the management intends to
manage people and what is expected of employees in the
workplace, and how. Such guidelines include HR policies and
procedures. Without such policies, there are dangers of arbitrary
decision-making that can demotivate both managers and staff
and hinder the whole organisation’s performance.
This course will dissect the HR Policies and Procedures Manual as an independent topic in human resource management in order to give it the weight it deserves as a tool in guiding human resource decisions in an organisation. You will a number of important areas in an attempt to understand why managers and employees need policies. You will identify key HR management functions that require explicit policies. You will also learn a variety of tools, techniques and methodologies whereby policies are identified, researched, formatted, written, approved, published, distributed, communicated and maintained.
Who Should Attend
HR professionals, at all career levels, responsible for developing HR policies and procedures. Also, HR and OD managers who have a need to improve their skills in developing/writing HR policies and procedures.
Benefits of Attending
- Identify and analyse HR policies and procedures for optimal business impact
- Design and format an appropriate handbook for construction, communication, review and update of policies and procedures
- Develop, communicate and maintain clear, fair and effective HR policies and procedures for improved organisational performance
Mostafa Azzam boasts an impressive track
record of over 25 years leading HR and L&D
functions globally. As former Head of L&OD for British Petroleum
(BP-Egypt), he ensured robust talent management capability
through integrated talent acquisition, development, deployment
and retention processes. Throughout his career, Mostafa’s
unique skill-set has helped maintain organisational capability
and capacity at world-class standards for major organisations
such as British Petroleum (BP-Egypt), Kuwait Oil Company
(KOC), Saudi Chevron (SAC), Aramco, Egyptian Drilling Company
(EDC), Maërsk (A.P. Møller), American University in Cairo (AUC)
and the British Council.
Course fees include documentation, luncheon and refreshments. Delegates who attend all sessions and successfully complete the course assessment will receive an Informa Certificate of Completion.
Pricing excludes 5% VAT, where applicable