Key Role: The Hiring Manager
Hiring Managers, in any organisation, have a key role in talent acquisition and more often than not, have the ultimate responsibility of deciding whether a prospective candidate is going to be successful in joining their organisation.
Omni’s Hiring Manager training programme has been designed to give Managers the confidence and knowledge to successfully, and objectively, make this key decision and to represent your brand correctly in the market.
We cover all the essential elements of a recruitment process and the key role hiring managers play in making this successful.
Depending on the size of an organisation, Hiring Managers will have differing needs. For SME’s and midsize, hiring managers may not have access to HR or TA teams and the responsibility lies with them to create job descriptions, adverts, an engaging and inclusive process and one that follows the relevant legislation around The Equality Act 2010. For larger organisations, their role may be mainly focused on selecting candidates and representing your employer brand.
Ultimately our training programmes are designed to help improve the way organisations resource for the better.
Hiring Manager Training Programme Details
Hiring Manager training programmes help Managers enhance their inclusive recruitment and selection skills by focusing on the following areas:
• The Recruitment Lifecycle – from Workforce Planning to Onboarding
• Inclusive Selection to create a Diverse Workforce – from attraction to onboarding
• Employment Law and everything you need to know as a Hiring Manager
• Developing inclusive Interviewing Skills
• Developing Brand Awareness – for yourself and your organisation
We deliver training in a number of ways to suit your needs, be it face-to-face, live virtual workshops, or as eLearning modules. The content of our programmes is always tailored to your own business objectives to ensure the content is relevant to you and your team.
Whatever your objectives and business need, Omni will design, develop, deliver and support a recruitment training programme that is best for you, your team and your organisation – whether that be just one or multiple modules.
What Do Our Clients Say?
Some of the latest feedback from clients we’ve trained:
“Insightful and makes you think and feel more confident.” — Manager, Baywater
“Very comprehensive and well structured. It was engaging, helpful and fun.” — Manager, Medequip
“I thought it was a great workshop. It felt like we were all in the room together. The facilitators did the best job I have seen since lockdown at creating a discursive environment so the learning could be interactive. The materials were very strong. Great facilitators. Overall, highly recommend.” — Manager, UK Finance
“I feel much more confident about recruiting fairly and without bias.” — Manager, Audley
“Interesting, thought provoking and leaves you with a good level of knowledge to move forward on improving how you recruit.” — Manager, Reigate and Banstead Borough Council.
“Great to learn about new selection technique and what to do to ensure best practice.” — Manager, SSAFA
Let’s Talk Training
Contact Omni today and we’ll help you deliver high-impact training programmes.
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