In this video, review the employee life cycle.
- If you've been working in HR for awhile,…you know that when an employee leaves the organization…there's still an employee you're responsible for.…Why is that?…Because the employee life cycle starts…before a person officially becomes an employee…and continues beyond their exit.…For example after an employee leaves a company…there may be tax reporting obligations…or the employee may be due a final paycheck…for wages or expenses.…These activities all happen after…the employee has left the organization.…
The employee life cycle has seven stages.…The stages are attraction, recruitment, onboarding,…development, retention, separation and alumni.…The attraction stage can be referred to as sourcing.…It happens before there's an open position.…This is a time that the employer is promoting…its value proposition to prospective employees.…And either solidifying or establishing their employer brand.…
The recruitment stage is the stage…where you're actively trying to find…someone to fill an open position.…Employee onboarding is the stage…
- Modeling ethical standards
- Managing legal risks
- Finding and interviewing candidates
- Designing training and measuring its effectiveness
- Designing total rewards
- Promoting diversity and inclusion
- Employee engagement strategies
- Managing complaints and grievances
- Implementing workplace programs
Skill Level Advanced
Introduction to the PHR Certification Examwith Joanne Simon-Walters58m 16s Intermediate
1. Exam Topics: Business Management
2. Exam Topics: Talent Planning and Acquisition
3. Exam Topics: Learning and Development
4. Exam Topics: Total Rewards
5. Exam Topics: Employee and Labor Relations
6. Study Plan
Conclusion and Farewell
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