Recruitment is quite simply the process of actively seeking out, finding and hiring candidates for a specific position for a job. The recruitment definition includes the entire hiring process, from inception to the individual recruit’s integration into the company.
For a recruiter the following skills are pertinent to be successful on the job.
Whether you’re a start-up hiring a team of trainees in your recruitment team, a group of friends trying to develop a career in Recruitment or an individual looking to enrol in a one-on-one coaching class. This program is designed for you!
How does our recruitment Masterclass help you?
Our recruitment masterclass helps you focus on the above skills and also emphasize on key actions that need to be taken to ensure a successful end to end cycle for each hiring thread that you undertake. Such as:
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Why should you sign up your team for an International Recruitment masterclass?
Recruiting in global markets helps you target overseas talent or in some cases helps companies hire talent when they are expanding into new territories.
International recruiting is extremely beneficial as it gives the company more access to a wider pool of employees.
International recruitment can connect you with employees that know their local market and culture.
Post Covid work from home or hybrid working has become a norm so your employees could be seated anywhere in the world as long as they have a functioning laptop and internet connection available.
Many companies specially in technology sector are now choosing to hire from markets where talent is abundant and more affordable for them.
Benefits of global recruitment strategy
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In the UK there are approximately 4 million limited companies, with up to 21 million full time and part time employees. Therefore, UK employment laws are put into place to ensure that employers and employees are protected.
So what is employment law?
Put quite simply employment laws (of which there are many) are there to protect businesses, outline what their obligations are towards their employees and what protection is put in place for business owners.
An example of this would be, UK employment laws safeguard organisations by setting out guidelines in contracts. I.e. disciplinary rules, holiday entitlement and formal notice periods. It is important that contracts are put into place in order to protect employers and ensure they are both singing from the same hymn sheet. Also, UK employment laws are also there to protect employees, from hiring practices to conduct in the workplace and fair pay. In the UK for example, it is essential that businesses pay the National Minimum Wage based on the staff members age.
Immediately employees are covered from the moment they apply for a job by the Equality Act 2010. This legally protects people from discrimination in the workplace and in wider society.
Our signature training on UK Employment Law addresses key factors such as:
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Have you felt that certain members in your team cannot reach their full potential despite all the motivation you provide to them? It is especially frustrating when you know someone is capable of reaching their assigned goals but gets detracted easily because of certain pressures they face in their personal or professional life.
Are you someone who has lost sight of what they want to do in life? Do you wake up everyday without a purpose, dreading your daily routine and job and are struggling to maintain balance in your personal and professional life? Are you overwhelmed with life? Then this is the right course for you!
Our very successful Signature Training, Creating Focus in Life helps the attendees to understand the distractions around them, recognize their true calling and priorities and then work towards achieving internal satisfaction, professional and personal goals.
Our Director, Maheen Noor Soomro delivers the training to audiences around the world. Maheen has been working as an HR Practitioner, HR Policy and Process Consultant and an ACE recruiter for a decade in Asia, Middle East, UK and European Markets. She has been working with individuals as a Career Coach and a voice of inspiration for many young professionals in Pakistan. She has worked as a trainer with several corporations throughout her career and her focus has always been on self-development, personal leadership, Recruitment Trends, Digital and Personal Image building, Team Management, leadership, employee engagement and wellbeing. She has also worked with Schools and universities to help students and parents understand the importance of career planning.
The training has been very well received from attendees around the world, and it remains one of the top sellers in the Asian and Middle Eastern Markets. The training can be delivered online via zoom, can be pre-recorded and shared in online sessions and can also be delivered in person. That is the beauty of digitalized training industry. The training cost can be shared on request.Download brochure
What is harassment?
Harassment is unwanted conduct which is related to a relevant protected characteristic that is either intentionally or unintentionally violates a individual’s dignity, creating an intimidating, hostile, humiliating, offensive or degrading working environment. Everyone has the right to decide whether the behaviour is acceptable or unacceptable.
If an individual feels as though a certain behaviour is unacceptable or makes them feel uncomfortable then they have all the right to say so. Harassment is not limited and has a wide range of grounds. These include, sexual orientation, sex, disability, religious beliefs, age, sex, etc.
It is extremely important that we educate ourselves about this, as it is something that is continuing to rise, and it is crucial we all know our human rights and are heard.
Our training programme helps organisations to acknowledge the various types of harassment which can take place within a work environment. Our key takeaway in our guide is to
Our target audience for this include:
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Supporting and promoting diversity is crucial in the workplace and is beneficial as it promotes good people management It is vital to have an inclusive environment within business, where everyone feels comfortable enough to achieve their highest potential. The UK legislation plays a huge part/ role in this as it covers, age, disability, rave, gender, religion, sex etc. The effective diversity and inclusion approach goes beyond the legal compliance but in fact will add a lot of value in an organisation or workplace.
It is very beneficial to be diverse and inclusive within business, simply because it’s what needed to have a real impact within your business and although these two go hand in hand it is all about the individual’s experience.
Our training programme covers:
We want our audience to understand exactly what diversity and inclusion entails and many more!
Our target audience for this specific course include:
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What is employee empowerment?
Employee empowerment put quite simply is the ways in which organisations can provide their employees with a certain degree of control and autonomy in their day-to-day activities.
Why is it important to empower women in the workplace?
It is crucial to allow women a heard voice. If women within the workplace have an excellent idea which she wants to push forward… let her! It is very important that she gets equal recognition as it too easy for women to stay quiet in the workplace and not be heard. It is beneficial to empower women in the workplace as you will allow them to have more control over their desired career. Invest in female workers, mentor them, create equality programmes etc.
We expect our audience to be familiar with the following:
Our target audience for this programme is:
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What is leadership?
Leadership is essentially motivating a group of people in order to all achieve a common objective/ target. In order to be an effective leader within the business it is essential to possess any traits that can potentially extend beyond common management duties. You can show leadership in many ways no matter what your position/ role is within the company.
In order to be a good leader, you can show these skills:
Leadership within a workplace is very beneficial for a range of things. Most importantly it helps to influence the behaviour of people and earn/ gain their respect for you. It can also maintain discipline, as leaders are a very powerful influence on reinforcing discipline in the work place. Any institution, such as society or in a workplace cannot function effectively without a woman’s equal participation in leadership. Studies show that women create a certain type of perspective that can bring competition and collaboration to organisations and teams!
So, what do we cover in our programme?
Mushawar UK will:
Our target audience includes:
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What is the meaning of diversity?
Diversity essentially is the differences which are given in a setting in the workplace. These can include, race, ethnicity, gender and many other things. Inclusion, however, is the practice of making sure that people feel that sense of belonging within the organisation and are offered the same support.
There are many benefits of working in a diverse and inclusive workplace such as:
Diverse and inclusive workplaces essentially earn a deeper trust and commitment from their employees.
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It is important to encourage your employees to report any inappropriate behaviour that they believe is harassment. Harassment should never be tolerated, and the appropriate actions should be made as a result of it. Do not dismiss any inappropriate workplace behaviour as ‘the norm’. Harassment is an unlawful act under the Equality Act 2010.
There are many examples of bullying and harassment whether it be, unfair treatment, picking or regularly undermining someone, denying opportunities or someone’s training or promotion opportunities etc. It is beneficial that all working environments provide training and ensure that it is repeated regularly. Doing this will ensure and familiarise employees with the companies’ policies.
With our training programme we will ensure that you know:
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