Within the next couple of minutes, the chances are likely a fire will start that only the Human Resources Department can put out. If you're the only HR associate in your organization, guess whose phone will soon be ringing? Being the only one available to answer the phone when somebody needs help or advice is one of the major differences between large organizations with a Human Resources staff and small organizations with one HR individual. The more people around you who have shared goals and a wide spectrum of knowledge, the more likely you are to get fresh ideas and different perspectives — delivered in a language that is unique to Human Resources professionals. But where do you turn when you're a department of one?
It's no surprise that working tirelessly as the only HR associate can impair your
ability to be the most attentive and helpful Human Resources confidant. When you're pressured for time and attention, critical
responsibilities can fall to the wayside, putting you and your organization at risk. In this 60-minute workshop, we'll help you learn how to balance
— on your own — the ever-changing and increasing workload of an entire Human Resources department.
In this fast-paced HR training session, you'll get the tools you need not only to survive, but
also excel as a one-person HR Department. Whether you're new to the job or have a few years under your belt, this course is a resource that
will give you the credibility and the confidence you need to be more effective in your role.
Spend some time with a seasoned HR professional, who understands the
frustrations and challenges you face on a daily basis. The information gained in this one-hour program will be invaluable to improving your role as
the only HR associate in your workplace. Take control of your Human Resources department-of-one with the skill, ease and confidence of an