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Interview Questions
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Interview Questions

A job interview is both an opportunity for the organization and for the candidate. It determines whether a candidate's motivations, characteristics and personality are appropriate for the required vacancy. Therefore, this lecture is aimed for the applicants to understand the nature of interview questions and well prepare each question for their interviews.

This lecture discusses the most common interview questions including dos and don’ts for each questions and ways to prepare that questions.

Terms and Conditions of Employment
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Terms and Conditions of Employment

Terms of employment are conditions that an employer and employee agree upon for a job. Terms of employment include an employee's job responsibilities and work conditions such as pays and holidays. They also include benefits such as health insurance, life insurance and retirement plans. The purpose of this lecture is that the employees and employers need to know each other responsibilities within the workplace which has rules and regulations everyone needs to follow.

This lecture explains about different types of employees and contracts and detail information to prepare an employment contract.

Employee Turnover
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Employee Turnover

Employee turnover refers to the number or percentage of workers who leave an organization. Measuring employee turnover can be helpful to employers that want to examine reasons for turnover or estimate the cost-to-hire for budget purposes. This lecture is intended to catch the knowledge of employee turnover.

This lecture explains the meaning of Turnover rate, formula and standards for annual turnover rate and reason for leaving.

Trainer/ Facilitator Evaluation
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Trainer/ Facilitator Evaluation

A Trainer or Facilitator needs to have the necessary skills to interact well with the trainees and build confidence on both sides. This lesson looks at how Trainer / Facilitators are evaluated by managers.

This lecture describes the evaluation of the trainers or facilitator based on their use of objectives, class management, delivery of instruction, presentation skills, student participation, responsiveness to students, knowledge and preparedness and presenting the feedback, etc.

Staff Development
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Staff Development

Improvement and development of an organization depends on the development of its employees’ skills and knowledge. This includes the activities and programs that help staff members learn about responsibilities, develop required skills and competencies necessary to accomplish institutional and divisional goals and purposes, and grow personally and professionally. This lecture is aimed for learners to know the benefits of staff developmentin their organizations.

This lecture explains the benefits of performing of staff development to the organization and each person and important things to be considered by managers in the organization level.

HR for the Businessmen
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HR for the Businessmen

The businessmen want to success and grow in their businesses as they must invest many time, money and other required resources in theirs. The purpose of this lecture is that the businessmen know the importance of human resources and then used these knowledges for their business success.

This lecture proposes that every businessman clearly understands the ways to handle their human resources effectively and achieves more benefits than their competitors. Moreover, it describes the importance of policies, social, economic, technology and legal requirements in their business environments.

Performance Management and appraisal
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Performance Management and appraisal

Performance management is the continuous process of improving performance by setting individual and team goals which are aligned to the strategic goals of the organization. Performance appraisal is a reactive function that only evaluates past performance of employees such as providing positive feedback as well as identifying areas for improvement. The purpose of this lecture is to benefit both employee and employer by setting better expectations for future job performance.

This lecture describes not only the meaning of performance management and appraisal but also the different types of appraisal and benefits of appraisal. Moreover, it also guides how to handle poor performances to get good performances.

Employee's Benefits
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Employee's Benefits

Employee's BenefitsEmployers acknowledge the importance of salaries and benefits to employee loyalty. Employee benefits are important because they show the employee that their employers are invested in not only their overall health, but their future. The purpose of this lecture is that every businessman can understand the knowledge of a solid employee benefits package that can help to attract and retain effective employees.

In this lecture, the learners can learn about employee benefits as basic knowledge of Human Resources. These types of benefits may include group insurance and other rights, types of supplies, leaves, working conditions and training programs.

The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning
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The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning

The businesses become aware that their Training and Development programs require disciplinable and systematic processes to receive their intended results. Most of the organizations on all over the world comply the Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning as the principles of their Learning and Development programs. The aim of this lecture is that the learners can get benefits paying attention to all Six Disciplines (6Ds) will maximize the value that training delivers to their organizations decreasing a lot of learning wastes.

The lecture exposes the important Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning in HR field including- 1. Define Business Outcomes 2. Design the Complete Experience 3. Deliver for Application 4. Drive Learning Transfer 5. Deploy Performance Support 6. Document Results.

Job Design (1)
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Job Design (1)

Job design is a core function of human resource management. A well-designed job design will help increasing employee involvement and satisfaction and motivates them to perform well by giving their best to their work. This lecture is aimed to share the knowledge of job design which helps employees to become highly productive and increases their loyalty towards the organization as well.

This lecture includes job simplification, job rotation, job enlargement, job enrichment for reducing or overcoming job dissatisfaction and employee alienation arising from repetitive and mechanistic tasks.

Job Design (2)
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Job Design (2)

Job design is a core function of human resource management. A well-designed job design will help increasing employee involvement and satisfaction and motivates them to perform well by giving their best to their work. This lecture is aimed to share the knowledge of job design which helps employees to become highly productive and increases their loyalty towards the organization as well.

This lecture includes job simplification, job rotation, job enlargement, job enrichment for reducing or overcoming job dissatisfaction and employee alienation arising from repetitive and mechanistic tasks.

Motivational Theories Part (2)
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Motivational Theories Part (2)

Motivation is a necessary part of management. It is an inner motive that encourages human behavior. It can be activated by various stimuli (stimulating or motivating factors). Hence, many motivation theories are explored to provide an insight into what makes an employee perform better. This lecture is aimed to provide managers with a tool to motivate employees and helps them in understanding how the staff can be managed better.

This lecture describes thoroughly about the process theory and its importance for motivation in any business or company. Furthermore, you can learn about goal setting, equity theory, expectancy theory in this lecture.