The human resources (HR) department sets out the corporate strategy by establishing a policy that aims to reconcile the human aspects and numbers. On a day-to-day basis, the functions of this department revolve around two main areas: firstly, management of the company's human capital makes it possible to recruit, to offer training paths, and to manage employees' careers, and secondly, management of the organisation and its administration ensures control and compliance with legal obligations in terms of working conditions and staff remuneration.
The skills stakes
In the space of two decades, the HR function has changed completely, evolving from an operational and administrative role to one that is more strategic. More particularly, its scope now includes more social responsibility as it now ensures that social dialogue takes place within the company, and presents its plans to both existing and future employees.
In the face of these new challenges, HR professionals need to add to and refine their skills to bring about new key functions such as the social management controller, the diversity manager, or the officer responsible for quality of life in the workplace. This skill set is all the more important because it is subject to many constraints: cost control, evolution of professions, increasingly important and demanding vocational training, social dialogue, and diversity.
Thus the challenge facing companies lies in the recruitment and development of employees who are both trained and motivated, in order to keep up with the corporate development. In this equation, the HR department has a vital role to play since it has the capacity to accompany the general corporate management and the broader organisation.
Our training courses cover a vast range of the skills required in order to meet the expectations of an HR department. Depending on the subjects and the intended levels of expertise, our proposal meets the training needs of both managers and employees responsible for operations.
Via our certifying paths, you will acquire the skills you need to tackle the challenges of your job with confidence. There are also recommended training courses for specific profiles, defined in terms of skills blocks.
While the professional profiles give a reference framework for training courses, the topics of the courses we offer allow a specialising 'mix and match' approach, depending on your requirements.