Human Resource managers end course

HumanThe Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners, Ghana (IHRMP) has organised a continuing processional education (CPE) programme on Job evaluation and salary administration at the Miklin Hotel, Kumasi.

The workshop drew 20 participants who are heads of departments and HR professionals from different organisations in the public and private sectors of the country.

The facilitator, Mr. Kwadwo Asare-Bediako, a seasoned HR practitioner and trainer took participants through three days of very interactive hands-on sessions to equip them with skills to establish the relative worth of jobs and design flexible salary structures for their organisations.

Participants confirmed that the training was very practical and interactive and appealed to the Institute to organise similar job relevant training programmes in Kumasi.

All 20 participants were presented with certificates of participation and congratulated on their active involvement.

Mr. Ebenezer Agbettor Executive Director of the Institute indicated that in view of the encouraging patronage, more of such programmes would be run in Kumasi.

The institute, in line with its cardinal objective of advancing the practice of human resource management in Ghana designs and delivers on a yearly basis, a range of training programmes to provide the opportunity for HR practitioners to update their knowledge, skills and perspectives.

For over 20 years, IHRMP has organised such CPEs for professionals on various HR areas such as: Designing and Implementing a Performance Management Systems. Compensation and Total Rewards, Career Development and Succession Planning, Making HR a Strategic Business Partner, among others.

The secretariat is located at Nyaniba Estates, behind the Kama Conference Centre.

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