HR for Non HR Managers

  • Course Details:

    Ref: HR05 Length: 1 Week
    Location: London Price: £3190 excl. VAT


HR for Non HR Managers one-week training course deals with the HR issues that many managers and supervisors are expected to deal with as part of their jobs. It introduces human resource concepts and covers the key areas of performance reviews, discipline and termination as well as related concepts like absenteeism, diversity and benefits.

Who should attend

HR for Non HR Managers training course will benefit first time managers, supervisors, team leaders, sales managers, HR professionals, project managers, change managers, new managers, who understand the need to know more about critical HR issues, also for staff looking to progress into a management position.

Course Content

Defining Human Resources 

  • The Basics of HR Management

Interviewing And Selecting The Right People 

  • Finding Candidates – Sources of Job Applicants
  • Effective recruitment
  • Effective interviewing skills

Planning Training

  • The Training Cycle
  • Internal and External Training

Performance Reviews

Legal Responsibilities

  • Key Legislation – Employee Rights
  • Contracts and Handbooks
  • Discipline and Grievance – 3 Steps
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Data Protection
  • Redundancy
  • Fair Pay
  • Family Friendly Policies

Effective Absence Management 

  • Identifying what is authorised and unauthorised absence
  • Latest legislation and its effect e.g. Parental leave, domestic leave, maternity leave, etc.

Termination of Employment

Learning Outcome

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Discover where the responsibilities of their organisations HR function
  • Master current best practices for conducting interviews and making “best hire” decisions
  • Understand their role and responsibilities when facing a tangle of employment rulings
  • Learn the mandated requirements for record keeping as well as records security
  • Know how to identify and stop “innocent” workplace practices that could expose their organisation to lawsuits
  • Understand how to handle requests for medical accommodation disability and leaves of absence
  • Have the insight to professionally deal with personal issues that affect staff
  • Identify how to avoid legal pitfalls and costs by having an up-to-date awareness of employment law

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Small Classes

With small class sizes, much more individual attention can be given to each delegate.

Competitive Pricing

We believe our prices are very competitive and our quality is second to none.

Friendly Staff

Our friendly Customer Support team is here to help you with every step of the way to make your BOC experience comfortable and welcoming.


Course registrations can be made via our website either from individual course pages or through our booking page.

Alternatively, you can download and complete course application form and send via email: or        fax: +44 (0) 207 112 4845 Call: +44 (0) 207 112 4846


Why Choose BOC?

Commitment to Quality

We strive to provide the best service possible, with the highest regards to quality and professionalism.

Different trainers every day

Each day we have different trainers to maximise the experience sharing.

Kindle for every BOC Delegate

to promote paper free environment, we are giving Kindle Fire to our delegates instead of the course binder.

Luxury Course Venue

All our Training Courses take place at the luxury 4-5 Star hotels located in central London

Certificate of Achievement

At the end of the programme participants will receive a certificate of achievement.

FREE On-going Support

Each delegate receives unlimited support from the trainers after they attended the course with us.


All of our open courses can also be run as bespoke courses, tailored to your organisation's specific needs and requirements. Our Tailored Management Training comes in many formats from one-to-one through to fully customised company wide programmes.

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All of BOC open courses can also be run as One to One Training Sessions, where delegate gets a dedicated trainer for their specific learning requirements. This mode of training is highly preferred by those who need undivided attention of the instructor for a fulfilling learning experience. The courses can be tailored to suit the individual needs of the organisation and the delegate.

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The course focuses on human resource strategy, its integration with corporate planning and the growth of human resource policies. Human resource management (HRM) is concerned with the personnel policies and supervisory practices and systems that manipulate the workforce.

This once week programme aims to provide the core knowledge to tackle HR issues and gain the vital skill sets for today’s HR professional. The course provides an insight into key areas of recruitment, employee relations, employee development and performance management.


How do human resources managers cope with the increasingly international aspects of their profession? How should they tackle the unique demands of international team working? How does international recruitment differ from domestic recruitment? This manual answers these questions and others, including discussion of: globalization and the human resources role; organizational culture and the international HRM; the HR manager as a global business partner; international recruitment, selection and assessment; international compensation; and international team working. The book also includes an overview of the present climate in international HRM.

Human Resources for the Non-HR Manager appeals to anyone interested in management issues. The book explains why human resource issues are increasing the responsibilities of front-line managers rather than the HR department. Chapters present the basics of HR including the fundamentals of hiring, performance appraisal, reward systems, and disciplinary systems, so that any manager--regardless of his or her background or functional area--can approach these parts of the job with confidence. The book also covers the latest developments in equal opportunity law and describes the manager's responsibilities in controlling sexual harassment and managing diverse employees, including older workers and employees with disabilities.