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    Optional Unit - 3MER = 6 credits - 2000 words On final submission please enter your total word count (excluding bibliography): [pic] Learning Outcome 1: Understand the impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship. |Assessment Criteria | |Describe the internal and external factors that impact on the employment relationship.

  • Cipd

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    Activity 1 (part 1 of 2)
(Note: The CIPD Human Resources Profession Map (HRPM) can be accessed at: www.cipd.co.uk/cipd-hr-profession/hr-profession-map/explore-map.aspx )
Write a report in which you:  Briefly summarise the HRPM (i.e. the 2 core professional areas, the remaining professional areas, the bands and the behaviours) The (Human Resources Profession Map (HRMP) is designed to show what best practice might look like within all areas, and across all levels of Human Resources (HR) and Learning

  • Cipd

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    Tutor Marked Assessment- Submission document 3PRM Supporting Good Practice in Performance and Reward Management |Your Name |Karolina Mehmeti | |HLC Student Number | | |Cohort/Group |November 2014

  • CIPD 4DEP

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    Introduction This report is a brief summary of the CIPD Profession Map, the two core professional areas, the specialist areas, the bands and the behaviours. It will be going into more detail in the activities and knowledge specified within the professional area of Performance and Rewards at band 1 level. It will identify the activities and knowledge most essential to my own HR role. The CIPD Profession Map (CIPD, 2013) The professional map is a universal platform for HR professionals, which describes

  • Cipd Essay

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    4DEP F301A (L&D) CIPD Assessment Activity Template Title of unit/s Developing Yourself as an Effective Learning & Development Practitioner Unit No/s 4DEP (L&D) Level Foundation Credit value 4 Assessment method Written, Discussion Learning outcomes: 1. Understand the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to be an effective L&D practitioner. 2. Know how to deliver timely and effective L&D services to meet users’ needs. 3. Be able to reflect on own practice and development

  • Cipd Mc

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    understanding what the organisation would look like if it was really humming, really succeeding. Translating that back into culture, working practices, learning, motivation, reward, selection – those are the strategic choices…to make” - Geoff Armstrong, CIPD. Aside from this, what other skills and qualities do you think are necessary for HR professionals today? | Right | Having an understanding of the purpose and role that HR

  • CIPD 4DEP

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    The Human Resources Profession Map (HRPM) was created to explain how HR adds value; it was designed by a collaboration of both specialist and generalists working in the UK and globally across private and public sectors. The HRPM was developed by the CIPD. The design of the HRPM is to be relevant and applicable to HR professionals operating anywhere in the world, all sectors and in organisations of any shape or size. It captures what skills are required for effective and successful HR. There are 4

  • CIPD 3MER

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    1, An employment relationship describes the dynamic, interlocking economic, legal, social and psychological relations that exist between individuals and their work organizations. Palgrave Macmillan (2013), Glossary [online] Available at: < http://www.palgrave.com/business/brattonandgold/glossary/glossary.htm> [Accessed 17th September 2013]. Factors that impact on this relationship both have a detrimental effect to the running of a business. I will focus on two internal and two external. These

  • 3prm Cipd

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    PRMPRM 1.1 Describe at least two purposes of performance management and their relationships to business objectives. Performance management is about creating a culture that encourages the continuous improvement of business processes and of individuals’ skills, behaviour and contribution. It is a repetitive process that is continually reviewed and is both strategic and integrated. It is about broad issues and long-term goals and integrated by linking various aspects of the business, people

  • Cipd Assessment

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    Your CPD You can provide evidence of your CPD by completing the following questions. Part 1 Reflecting back Q1 What do you consider were the three most important things (planned or unplanned) that you learned last year? Please also briefly describe how they were learned? 1 Helping to gain buy-in to the new HR model, through developing the roles and responsibilities for the important new HR groups and further advocating the case for the changes. Leading on the development and implementation

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