Iam strugling with developing an HRD strategy for our company can anyone give me tips on how to start the process?
From South Africa, Pietermaritzburg
Human Resource-professional
Training Manager
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Dear Nonoti,
At first, would be better if you let me know the kind of business you or your organisation is into.
HRD strategy has to align with the business strategy.
Start with working on the following area:
1) Talent Acquisition and People Flows.
2) Performance Management.
3) Learning and Development.
4) Compensation, Reward and Recognition.
5) Talent Development, Engagement and Retention.
6) Employee Advocacy and Relations.
7) Compliances with local labour law.
For any further clarification feel free to write or discuss.

From India, Mumbai
Francois de Jager
As a Skills Development Facilitator in the sport and recreation sector I have also been tasked with developing a learning and development strategy for the province of KZN. Where do I start?
From South Africa, Pietermaritzburg
See the outline of such a policy and what it should cover:
1. Preamble
2. The Approach to training in the company
3. Scope of the policy - who does it apply to
4. Applicable legislation and regulations - e.g. SDA, SDLA
5. Role Players and their responsibilities
- Line managers
- Employees
- Training Department, etc.
6.Types of Training Interventions to be offered
7. Application and Enrolment Process
8. Funding of Courses e.g.Bursary
9. Study Leave
10. Training Needs Analysis
The above may be put in order, but should be covered in the policy.

From South Africa, Pietermaritzburg

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