Building Trust With the Human Resource Department
Learn the four elements of trust required for an effective HR Department and how to build and maintain that trust within your organization.
Trust is the glue that is required for a good relationship with an organization’s employees. The Human Resource Department must be able to recognize the signs that employees do not trust its policies and actions. Participants will learn the definition of trust and what elements are part of trust. At times, a Human Resource Department must rebuild trust. This material will provide you with practical ways to restore trust will be presented. At times, it is necessary to communicate bad or unpopular news. Methods on how to communicate difficult information will be considered. The concept of how organizational justice affects business and organizations will be introduced. Finally, the difference between trust and persuasiveness will be compared and its practical application in the workplace.
• You will be able to identify the four elements of trust required for an effective Human Resource Department.
• You will be able to recognize at least three methods to rebuild trust in the Human Resource Department.
• You will be able to discuss how to effectively communicate bad news to employees.
• You will be able to explain the three dimensions of organizational justice.