Workforce Management 2017 (Formerly Managing Human Resources)

Early Bird Discount Pricing $595.00
 
Price: $645.00
Dates:
11/28/2017 8:30 AM - 11/30/2017 12:00 PM, 2.5 days
Location:
Williamsburg, VA
Instructor(s):
McDowell, Wagner
Class status:
Active

Certification Eligibility: This course meets a requirement for Level I of the Certified Court Manager Program (CCM)
Early Bird Discount: Register and pay by October 2, 2017, $595. After October 2, $645.

 

Description:

Workforce management helps an organization achieve its mission and goals by acquiring and maintaining a productive workforce. While workforce management is typically assigned to upper-level management (e.g., HR Manager, HR Director, Court Administrator, Clerk of the Court), effective management of employees extends to middle management and to first-level supervisors as well. Employees who do not have supervisory responsibility also benefit from an awareness of fundamental human resources laws and concepts.

In this course, participants learn about laws that impact workforce management in courts. Participants will understand how sound workforce practices, policies, and procedures can help a court achieve legal compliance, and how poor attention to detail, ineffective communication, and lack of follow-through can create employment issues with significant legal consequences. In addition, participants will learn sound recruitment, selection, and retention procedures, and performance management principles that encourage a high-performance work environment. Participants also explore how to develop good employee relations and understand the intricacies of operating in an environment shared by employee interest groups and organized labor. Further, participants will learn the importance of organizational development in a diverse world and the importance of career development, mentoring, and succession planning..

Course Number:  ICM17N-WFM

We recommend participants register early to avoid being placed on a waiting list.


Hotel Information:

Participants are responsible for making their own lodging and travel arrangements. For a list of hotels in the Williamsburg area and transportation services, go here.