The Human Resource Business Professional (HRBP®) is a global, competency-based credential that is designed to validate professional-level core HR knowledge and skills. The credential demonstrates mastery of generally accepted technical and operational HR principles. Independent of geographic region, the credential complements local HR practices. Through demonstrated knowledge, the credential enhances the credibility of HR professionals and the organizations they serve.
By the end of this course, candidates will be able to:
- Identify the different functions of human management resources
- Identifying the strategic role for HRM in business success.
- Differentiating and using the internal and external recruitment methods.
- Using selecting tools in a professional way to hire qualified employees.
- Manage the relationship between the company and employees.
- Select and customize compensation and attractive package of benefits for the employees
- Develop the company employees to increase their knowledge and skills
Provide healthy and safety environment for the company employees .
Module 1 : HR Administration:
- Planning and Organizing Skills.
- Change Management Concepts and Communication Techniques.
- Documentation Requirements for Employees and their Employment.
- Management of HR Documents.
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- Employment best practices.
- Organizational Policies and Procedures.
- HR Ethics and Professional Standards.
- Confidentiality and Privacy Rules.
- Tools and Methods to Analyze Business Data.
- Classification of Employees.
Module 2 : Recruitment and Selection:
- Government Regulations.
- Job functions and Responsibilities in the Organization and Industry.
- Recruitment Methods.
- Procedures to Review Applications and watch Applicants’ Progress.
- Procedures to Check References.
- Assessments or Evaluations of Applicants.
- Tools for Selecting Candidates.
- Options for Recruitment.
- Interviewing Techniques.
- Recruiting Process.
- Processes for Transferring or Promoting Employees.
- Diversity and Inclusion.
Module 3 : Employee Relations and Communication:
- Employee Engagement Techniques.
- Methods and Processes for Collecting Employee Feedback.
- Effects of Employment and Labor Laws.
- Handling Conflicts.
- Issues affecting Work-life Balance.
- Issues of Behavior in the Workplace.
- Methods for Investigating Complaints or Grievances.
- Methods for Disciplinary Action needed for Work-related Behavior.
- Procedures for Ending Employment.
- Event Planning.
Module 4 : Compensation and Benefits:
- Total Compensation Packages.
- Benefit Programs.
- Retirement Plans and Programs.
- Salary Surveys.
- Effects of Laws and Regulations on Compensation and Benefits.
- Company-wide Compensation Policies.
- Contracts with Service and Product Providers.
- Bonus and Incentive Programs.
- Payroll Processes.
- Leave and Time-off Allowances.
Module 5 : Training and Development:
- Different Training and Learning Methods.
- Giving Feedback on Job Performance.
- Organizational Culture.
- Policies and Techniques for Evaluating Performance.
- Opportunities for Training and Development.
- Procedures for Evaluating Trainings.
- Training Policies.
- Training Needs Assessment.
- Individual Development Plans.
- Performance Management Methods.
- Training Skills for Basic Programs.
- Career Paths.
Module 6 : Health, Safety and Security:
- Effects of Laws and Regulations on Health and Safety.
- Policies and Programs for paying Workers who take a Leave of Absence.
- Safety Risks in the Workplace.
- Security Risks in the Workplace.
- Health and Safety Practices.
- Policies and Procedures for Investigating Issues of Health, Safety, or Security.
- Programs to Improve Employee Health and Well-being.
-HRProfessionals currently practicing in the field.
- Benefit Directors & Coordinators seeking professional development.
- Recruiting & Training professionals.
- Employees with management responsibilities.
- Mid-Level Managers seeking career change or promotion.
- Individuals seeking a career in human resources
For the international exam:
- A minimum of 1 year of professional-level experience in an HR position with a Master's degree or global equivalent, OR
- A minimum of 2 years of professional-level experience in an HR position with a Bachelor's degree or global equivalent, OR
- A minimum of 4 years of professional-level experience in an HR position with a high school diploma or global equivalent