Certification Programme in HRA revolutionary HR course that
makes you job ready.

Fast-track your HR career.

Lakshya Management Proficiency School presents HR Rise – a certificate course developed to bridge the gap between theory and practical applications of HR knowledge. Designed as easy-to-learn seminar modules, it is a course that promises to make you capable of high performance in HR management right from the start.

Course Timings

Batches will be on Sunday’s From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Trainer Information:

The module will be conducted by a qualified legal professional with 14 years of rich industry experience in Labour Laws & Industrial Relations and Human Resources Development. He has worked with reputed organizations in the areas of Labour Laws & Industrial Relations. He has a Masters degree in Commerce, Human Resources Development and is a Bachelor of Law.

  • Recruitment & Selection

    An organization runs smoothly only when it has the right people in the right places. Hence, recruitment and selection is of utmost importance. This module helps students understand the principles of resource planning.

    No. of sessions: 2 Important topics covered:
    • 1. Man Power Planning and Budgeting
    • 2. End to End Recruitment Process

    • HR Operations:
    • - Joining formalities and Induction
    • - Offer letter & Appointment letter
    • - Relieving Procedures & Full & Final Settlement (F&F)
    • - Exit Interview

    • Junior/ Mid/ Senior Level Interview Methods:
    • Creating Job Profiles
    • Reference Checks
    • Salary Negotiations
    • Live Interview Demo
  • Compensation & Benefits

    • Introduction to Compensation & Benefits (C&B)
    • Study principles of wage fixation and understand minimum wages
    • Significance of employee compensation
    • Status of C&B professional in the industry
    • Meaning of Compensation, Remuneration, Benefits, Perquisites, Total Rewards
    • Understanding C&B Surveys / Reward Surveys in different industries, Data collation, comprehending reports, Data analysis
    • Job analysis
    • Job pricing
    • Salary range spread
    • Presentation to stake holders

    • Internal Benchmark:
    • - Understanding and calculating Medians, Percentiles, Minimum, Maximum and Range


    • Preparation of CTC Structure:
    • - Understanding components of CTC
    • - Flexible pay programs
    • - Designing CTC
    • - Tax Implications
    • Good Reward Practices

    • Variable Pay Programs:
    • - Short Term Incentives (STI)
    • - Mid Term Incentives (MTI)
    • - Long term Incentives (LTI)
    • - Tax Implications
    • - Employee Stock Exchange Schemes

    • Organizations Life Cycle & C&B Strategy
    • Executive Compensation

    • Understanding importance and connection of Job Analysis and Job Evaluation in Compensation & Benefits.
    • Performance rating criteria, linking performance to reward, reward review Proposal, budgeting process, approval on compensation proposal by compensation committee, system enablement.
  • Learning and Development

    • Organizational Development Overview
    • Blooms Taxonomy
    • Training Process
    • Training Methodology & evaluation

      Identifying Learning and Development(L&D) needs
    • - Training Need Identification
    • - Training need Analysis
    • - Training Calender
    • - Training Budget
    • Aligning business needs with training needs
    • Leveraging L&D to achieve organizational growth
  • Labour Laws and Compliances

      LABOR LAWS COVERED:
      • - The Factories Act 1948
      • - The Payment of Wages Act 1936
      • - The Contract Labour( R & A) Act 1970
      • - The Minimum Wages Act 1948
      • - The Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provision Act 1952
      • - The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948
      • - The Inter State Migrant Workmen Act
      • - The Minimum Wages Act 1948
      • - The Maternity Benefit Act 1961
      • - The Payment of Gratuity Act 1972
      • - The Industrial Dispute Act 1948
      • - The Payment of Bonus Act 1965
      • - The Labour Welfare Fund Act
      • - The Shops & Establishment Act
      • - The Industrial Employment Standing Order Act
      • - The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act.
      • - The building & Construction workmen Act 1996
      • - The Trade Union Act 1926
      • - The Employees Compensation Act 1926
      • - The Apprentices Act 1961
      • - The Employment Exchange Act 1959
      • All labour laws are covered with in depth practical solution with case studies, role plays, objectives test, presentations.
      • In-depth training on labour legislations applicable for industries and offices with practical examples/cases by industry experts.
    • Health & Safety
    • Consequences of non-compliance
    • Importance of Industrial Relations
    • Effective disciplinary action process
    • Protocol of handling inspections and notices
    • Understanding Labor Psychology
    • Collective bargaining
    • Dealing with Unions

Who should take this course

Anyone interested in pursuing a career in HR should opt for this course. It is ideal for already in HR who should sharpens their practical skills. As the course is designed as easy-to-understand modules that teach practical applications, graduates from any stream can join and take the first step towards an illustrious career in HR.

Eligibility

  • - HRM professionals with up to 5 years of experience
  • - MBAs in HRM
  • - Graduates