Meeting organizational objectives can be a challenge for today’s federal supervisors and managers. You have specific responsibilities, obligations, and guidelines that you must follow in order to be successful.
Get the tools to do your job efficiently and effectively with Graduate School USA’s four-day “Federal Human Resources Management for Supervisors and Managers” virtual instructor-led online course, August 24 – 28.
You will learn about the guiding principles for human resources management, including merit system principles, prohibited personnel practices, and equal employment opportunity. This course is designed to help you gain knowledge and skills in labor relations; organizing, describing and classifying positions; filling vacancies; performance management; managing performance and conduct problems; and work-life quality issues.
Join your peers on August 24 to . . .
- • Discuss the role of the supervisor
and manager in federal human
- • Identify the guiding principles and
framework for federal HR
- • Describe the legal basis for equal
employment opportunity and identify
the types of discrimination
- • Describe the supervisor’s
obligations when working with employees who are members of a bargaining unit
- • Describe the supervisor’s role in
position management and classification
- • Identify strategies, considerations,
and limitations for filling position vacancies
Don’t miss this opportunity. Register today!