Employee Relations Training

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Employee relations training courses are ideal for anyone in management who wants to run a fair and agreeable work environment.

Having good employee relations can make or break your business. It is widely accepted that happy and content employees are far more productive. It has also been proven that employee satisfaction in work means that they will put more effort into their work. Workers will do their best to meet their employers expectations and help the company grow. This translates directly into more revenue and satisfied customers. It has been proven that by improving employee/managerial relations, you will achieve higher retention rates and reduced turnover, so it’s definitely worth the effort.

Why Should I Study Employee Relations?

There are many reasons to take up an employee relations training course. Employee relations training courses will cover the contractual, practical, as well as the physical and emotional dimensions of the employee-employer relationship.  These courses will also teach about the efforts a company – or the HR department – makes to manage that relationship. These efforts are usually formalized in an employee relations policy or program.

What Might You Learn?

Participants of one of these courses will learn how to put the human back into human resources. They will learn to focus both on individual and collective relationships in the workplace. Participants will uncover an increasing emphasis on the relationship between managers and their team members.

What Might An Employee Relations Training Course Cover?

There are a wide variety of topics covered by these training courses. Here are just a few of the potential and vitally important topics that can be covered by these courses:

  • Have excessive unplanned absences from work
  • Watch sexually explicit material via the company internet
  • Show little to no respect when speaking to their supervisor
  • Get into disputes with  co-workers
  • Are (always late) for meetings
  • Gossip all the time
  • Have personal hygiene problems that become an issue
  • Violate  safety rules
  • Don’t communicate to management what they are doing
  • Have insufficient problem-solving skills
  • Work from home but don’t seem to be reachable
  • Seem to have a substance abuse problem
  • Keep their office space or desk a mess
  • Call the women in the office things like ‘sweetie’ and ‘darling’

Who Should Take One Of These Courses?

An employee relations training course is a perfect option for anyone who is in any managerial position and wishes to become a more self-aware and fairer boss. They Are also great for anyone interested in branching out into the world HR. All managerial levels from new managers to upper managerial positions could consider taking one fo these training courses to enhance their career.

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