Human resource management courses usually have two main types. Comprehensive trainings in human resource management include a detailed view on HR management to the training participants. On the other hand, there are also courses to teach only selected aspects of Human Resources, for example trainings focused on HR challenges, recruitment, compensation and motivation, or the effects of HR on corporate efficiency and value creation
HR and recruitment strategy
Reacting to market trends, employment in a challenging environment
Employee allocation and project quality management
Managing employee performance
HR development, employee training
Motivation and employee compensation
Co-operation of HR and other functional areas (sales, finance, etc.)
Effects of HR management.
During the simulation participants will be forced to think and make HR-related decisions for the long run, but they also need to balance the short term and long-term goals of the company. Participants will learn about different theoretical frameworks and techniques of HR management, including motivation, development, functional co-operation, allocation and recruitment strategy.
Using the simulation for human resource management related courses is useful for managers and entrepreneurs who want to gain a deeper insight into the processes of hiring, managing, developing and rewarding employees.