As with other professions, HR management confronts a number of difficult issues and dilemmas concerning ethics, roles, practices and the nature of its professional association.
HR professionals increasingly need to address complex ethical issues in the workplace as part of their role. More and more organisations are making explicit the standards of behaviour expected in the workplace, and often HR are charged with ensuring that these standards are met and are tasked with dealing with the situation when these standards are breached. This can give rise to some complex situations that may be extremely difficult to manage.
While the basics of ethical conduct can be quite simple, the application can be difficult because in real-life it often involves complex dilemmas.
This course looks at the role HR plays in managing ethics within the organisational context and uses a case based approach to consider ways in which HR manages ethical dilemmas.
This course is suitable for HR professionals with 2+ years’ experience.
Following the training participants will be able to:
The in-house training was professionally conveyed and the content was presented allowing the team to gain insightful knowledge on these topics. Kylie Walker, Director | People Analytics, Payroll and HR Operations Branch, Department of Human Services
The content was tailored and the right-fit facilitator was matched to our company needs. The quality of the training, client support and overall service was of the highest standard. Agata Wypych, HR & Operations Manager at Excelian Limited
We found the facilitators consistently delivered to an exceptional standard and the learning materials were of high quality. Emma McEvoy, Manager Learning and Development at Australian Paper
The training provided was relevant, engaging and well received by our team. I highly recommend the efficient and professionalism of the Corporate in-house training department. Cathy Gracey, HR Manager at Queensland South Native Title Services