Recruitment & Retention Strategies

Learning Overview

It is widely recognised that the cornerstone to achieving an organisation’s business goals is its ability to manage and harness the talents and capabilities of its workforce. To get this right, it starts with understanding the rights and obligations of the organisation as well as of the employees, under Singapore’s legal framework. The Employment Act form the basis for employees’ working terms and conditions; theirs and the organisation’s rights and obligations of employment.

 Learning Objectives

After this two-day workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Provide SMEs with foundation knowledge of HR to recruit and retain talents
  • Understand the operating environment, the challenges in filling key positions and the needs of various stakeholders
  • Prioritise key jobs to implement recruitment and retention plans
  • Implement good HR practices to enhance employee motivation and value-add to business needs
  • Enhance the employer brand and avoid costs of non-compliance

Learning Outlines

  • Role of Human Resources (HR) Department
  • Benefits of adopting good HR practices
  • Talent Acquisition
    • Establish consistent and proper recruitment procedures
    • Review selection criteria, job offer procedure and employment contract
  • Employee Engagement & Communication
    • Engage and understand employee motivation to learn and perform
    • Document policies and procedures for communication and execution
    • Grievance & Discipline Handling
  • Performance Management
    • Goal setting and KPIs to support business needs and strategies
    • Basic performance appraisal and reward system, fixed and variable, skills and value-add progressive wage model
    • Identify employee learning needs and development plans
  • Employment Legislation and Fair Employment Practices

Who Should Attend

  • Management Team Members
  • Line managers
  • HR professionals

Duration

2 Days, 14 hours

Other Information

Note: SkillsFuture Funding is currently unavailable

Course Calendar

Schedule Dates Duration Non-Member  
 29-30 May 2017 2 Days (14 hours)
(9am – 5pm)
S$600.00 Registration
14-15 Aug 17 2 Days (14 hours)
(9am – 5pm)
S$600.00 Registration

All prices listed here are subject to the prevailing GST charges. All information on this page are correct at the time of its publication. SHRICORP reserves the right to amend any of the above information if necessary

Members’ rate

  • 10% off for members

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