The Role of an Effective HR Advisor: London, United Kingdom

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The “The Role of an Effective HR Advisor” conference has been added to’s offering.

Are you working in HR and looking to develop your skills to take your career to the next level? This programme will build on your skillset and experience, and give you the knowledge to fully understand the role and responsibilities of an HR adviser.

Providing an effective human resource service to businesses is the principal goal of all HR teams. The HR department is responsible for making sure the organisation is able to meet business needs through the management of the company’s most valuable resource – its employees hrtech news. Overseeing the biggest item on the budget comes with responsibility for ensuring the best blend of skills and talents with timely interventions and effective support. The role of the HR adviser is pivotal in making this happen.

This practical two-day programme is a must-attend event for any newly promoted or aspiring HR advisers, as well as those looking for a refresher. The seminar will focus on the key skills needed by the HR adviser, as well as the practical duties required by the role. There will be a range of participative activities focusing on the processes of recruitment, induction of new starters, performance review processes, performance management challenges, reviewing and implementing policies and managing others. Plus there will be time to consider the implications of Brexit on the HR function.

Key objectives of this programme

By the end of this programme you will be able to:

  • Develop and action effective HR policies and procedures
  • Examine and implement recruitment procedures to create high levels of return on investment
  • Establish strong bonds of commitment with new staff to reduce attrition rates
  • Identify organisational learning needs and how these impact the bottom line
  • Understand the importance of having the right staff, with the right skills, in the right roles
  • Guide managers in the practical application of performance reviews and understand the links to overall organisation performance
  • Support line managers in the handling of formal disciplinary procedures protecting both them and your organisation from legal challenges
  • Enhance your people skills to work with HR administrative staff and processes to achieve a one-stop shop approach to transactional HR


  • Module One – The importance of the role of the HR Adviser
  • Module Two – Recruiting and selecting talent
  • Module Three – Remuneration and rewards
  • Module Four – Managing staff performance
  • Module Five – Identifying, planning and implementing training needs
  • Module Six – Reviewing, updating and implementing policies
  • Module Seven – Managing and working with others – both internal and external


Jocelyn Hughes

Freelance consultant

Jocelyn Hughes is a recognised expert in HR management and personal development, having worked in training and personal development since the early 1980s. A strong advocate of training for a reason, she has a practical approach to training which aims to provide participants and organisations with readily useful content, transferable to the workplace. Having enjoyed a successful career in training management, she began working as a freelance consultant in 1998, working with major blue chip organisations across the UK and internationally. Jocelyn is widely respected for her experience and expertise. She is a qualified NLP practitioner and is a published author of Contact Centre Management‘ with Echelon Publishing.

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