Align HR Practices to Your Talent Strategy

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HRCI Category: Business  |  Credits: 2  |  $30

You will receive HRCI recertification credits AND SHRM PDC’s

The HR system must be intentionally designed to facilitate achievement of strategy. HR processes must be aligned to support the organization’s core values and shape culture as well as ensure that those positions and people who are adding the greatest value are supported and rewarded. The question isn’t whether or not you have an HR system, of course you have. The question is about whether you have the right HR system, and whether it is aligned to helping you build and retain talent in your critical roles — giving your organization a competitive advantage. In this course we will discuss why it’s important for HR to focus on equity rather than equality and how to create differentiated HR practices that align to your talent strategy.

After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Describe the business value of focusing on equity rather than equality.
  • Develop a workforce philosophy that will play a key role in defining your culture – and in aligning your HR practices to your talent strategy.
  • Connect the core elements of the workforce philosophy and the resulting HR management systems that need to be the same for everyone and the elements that must be differentiated to support strategy execution.

You’ll Receive these Valuable Tools

  • Workforce Philosophy Checklist

What your colleagues are saying:

“I was impressed by the content and delivery of the material. The subject matter is directly relevant to my objectives for the upcoming year; thus, I felt better equipped to approach talent management and HR metrics for my organization.”

— Maura, Director of HR

“Thank you very much! I thoroughly enjoyed the course. The content was excellent—thorough, yet presented with appropriate depth. The visuals were very effective—great to see models wearing up-to-date clothing; engaging graphics. The amount of user interaction was good—just enough to keep you busy without going overboard.”

— Walter, Sr. Vice President, HR