NUTS AND BOLTS OF MALAYSIA HR IN PRACTICE
Organisations who are looking for efficiency, performance improvement, and getting more from what already exists will realize their expectations. Participants attending this programme will learn the latest thinking for proactive strategic HR functions. Participants will improve their skills, contribute more to the organization or need to be more knowledgeable for promotion. They will also have the unique opportunity to discuss matters on a one to one with a world-class facilitator.
Organisations sending staff on this programme will also gain the following benefit:
- Access to the latest thinking and the value added output that HR can deliver
- Use fundamental HR knowledge to organize organization strategies for the future
- Understand key HR functions and implementation processes to deliver future based results
1. Basic HR Administrative Functions
- Roles and Responsibilities of the Human Resources Administrator
- HR Manpower Planning and Administration
- Organization Strategies and Its Links to Type of Staffing
- Communication Pertaining to HR Matters
2. Recruitment and Selection
- Recruitment Process
- Job Specification and Job Description
- Recruitment Sources and Methods
- Common Mistakes in Recruitment Process
3. Performance Management
- Introduction to Performance Management
- Performance Indicators – Competencies and KPIs
- The Performance Appraisal
- Links to Salary Increase and Bonus
- Personal Action Planning
4. Training and Development
- Introduction to Training and Development
- Linking Training to Organizational Strategies
- The Science of Adult Learning
- Key Indicators in Training
- Measuring Training Effectiveness
Besides the core Malaysian HR principles that will be discussed, examples of other thought – provoking Malaysian HR issues will also be analysed/studied are as below:
- What are the common job interviewing problems in Malaysia’s Corporation and how can it be minimised.
- When selecting applicants to fill vacancy, should HR manager give priority to candidate recommended by a senior manager in the organisation, knowing well the candidate is not suitable.
- What are the alternatives to recruitment and why organisa- tions should not rush to fill a vacancy whenever one occurs
- What type of work is suitable to be subcontracted or leased?
- What are the limitations in using interview-test to assess potential candidates for employment?
- What are the current key characteristics of a salary/benefits package that will be appealing/attractive to employees
- How can bias in appraisal process be minimised?
Human Resource Management – Nuts and Bolts of HR Essentials offer a programme which is highly interactive and gives everybody an opportunity to exchange views and learn from each other’s experiences. The training will be conducted in a relaxed and supportive environment with wide use of case studies and team work, with supporting videos.
Trainer’s Profile Thangaraj
Thangaraj’s credentials as a management consultant with extensive experience includes amongst others – his appointment as a short-term expert for an EU funded project in Croatia (on building business capacities); as a consultant on special projects for the Special Unit of Innovation, Prime Minister’s Office Malaysia; Lead Consultant for an Innovation Lab for Malayan Railways (KTMB) – a Ministry of Finance funded project led by Global Innovation Research Centre.
He was also a consultant for several other medium scale organizations in Malaysia. His experience in management is also entrenched by his previous positions as a Group Senior General Manager for a multi-diversified local conglomerate and as a General Manager for a household-famed multinational retailer. As a Management Consultant, he collaborates with the management of organizations to address issues of strategy, sales and marketing, service levels, communication, organizational alignment, improvement and innovation. His primary role is to assist organizations in innovating, transforming and connecting their people to organizational strategies.
Thangaraj’s academic credentials include a Bachelor of Science (Resource Economics), Master of Science and an Advanced Professional Diploma in Management. He is a Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) registered trainer and was a member of their Sectoral Training Committee Member on Wholesale and Retail – that undertook a training needs analysis for the retail industry. He was a key Course Tutor in human resource, change management and organizational behaviour in several academic programs including the Australian MBA programmmes of the universities of Newcastle, Edith Cowan, James Cook, Charles Sturt, Ballarat and Sunshine Coast; and Management Program of the University of London.
EARLY BIRD FEE @ RM 690 per pax by 16th July 2018
TRAINING FEE @ RM 790 per pax after 16th July 2018
GROUP FEE @ RM590 per pax for group early bird registration before 16th July 2018
Date : 25th July 2018
Venue : PJ Hilton Hotel