Developing good employee relationships in the workplace online training
Effective businesses encourage the development of positive relationships between managers and employees, as well as amongst co-workers. Establishing and maintaining good work relationships is the key to a positive workplace, and it doesn’t have to take a lot of time.
This course will define employee relations and cover the many benefits good relations can bring to an organisation.
It’ll explain how to build confidence in management, including sharing the company vision, building strong teams and the importance of employee feedback.
It’ll examine how a proactive HR presence benefits employee relations. Then look at employment contracts and the role of the Employee Handbook.
The course briefly discusses Performance Management including information on motivating employees and how best to show your appreciation of their contribution to the company.
Finally, it’ll show you how to deal effectively with complaints, discipline and how to combat negativity
Duration 45 mins*
Approved by CPD
CPD Units: 2
Pass % Required
Good Employee Relations
Implementation and HR
Recruitment, Retention and Training
Complaints, Discipline and Negativity
Module 1 – Good Employee Relations – Pass rate 70%
Module 2 – Implementation and HR – Pass rate 70%
Module 3 – Contracts – Pass rate 70%
Module 4 – Employee Handbook – Pass rate 70%
Module 5 – Managing Performance – Pass rate 70%
Module 6 – Recruitment, Retention and Training – Pass rate 70%
Module 7 – Complaints, Discipline and Negativity – Pass rate 70%
When will I get my certificate?
Once you have successfully passed our course you will be able to download and print your certificate immediately.
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*The course duration is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions