£535 + VAT
Information and Communication Technology in HR
- Why are records important in HR
- Manual and computerised records
- Information and consultation
- Confidentiality, openness, and social media
- HR officers and managers who are newly appointed to the role and who lack previous generalist experience.
- HR assistants, administrators and PAs who support more senior HR staff.
- Staff who work in HR-related areas.
- Line managers or supervisors who have responsibility for HR activities.
- Owners or managers of small businesses who have overall responsibility for the ‘people element’ within them.
Upon completion of this course, you will:
- Have an understanding of the important contribution that accurate data (stored manually or electronically) can make to the HR function.
- Be able to record data and information.
- Have given thought to how to interpret, analyse and present information clearly and accurately.
- Be aware of appropriate formats to support decision-making for the organisation and for HR solutions.
- Be able to find some suitable computer applications or apps for use in the HR function, including the role of databases and e-learning.
- Be able to understand and respond to the requirements for confidentiality, data protection and security of data.
- Be able to help realise some of the opportunities provided by the social media revolution.