Duration: 30:00 hours
A human resources (HR) advisor must be able to analyze HR management and planning issues against the backdrop of operational goals and challenges. This course explores the fundamentals of HR planning, setting priorities, initiating strategies and taking action from an HR perspective in the federal public service. Participants will have the opportunity to use tools that have been developed to provide informed advice and services to managers within their organization.
This course is under review and not currently available to learners. In the meantime, you may want to consider registering for course The Strategic Human Resources Practitioner (P731), as part of this course covers human resources planning.
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