In the rapidly evolving craft brewing industry, the need for skilled human resources (HR) professionals and people managers is more crucial than ever. Recognizing this demand, we are excited to introduce a two-part HR Manager Crash Course, tailored specifically to the needs of our members.
Whether you’re an entry-level HR employee looking to jumpstart your career, a seasoned practitioner seeking continuous professional development, or someone handling the HR function while juggling several other roles, this comprehensive training offers a unique blend of foundational knowledge and practical skills.
Part one lays the groundwork for effective HR and management practices, aiding organizations in understanding and maintaining legal compliance with the laws and regulations that govern the employer-employee relationship. Additionally, the training guides HR practitioners in developing and communicating company policies and procedures, emphasizing the creation of an employee handbook.
The content in this course is crafted to resonate with the specific nuances of the craft brewing industry, ensuring that participants acquire skills that directly contribute to the success and sustainability of their breweries.
In part two of this crash course, participants will focus on the employee relations and advocacy side of human resources, including employee training and its impact on engagement. Participants will also learn strategies to address and prevent harassment and manage conflict within their teams. By emphasizing real-world scenarios and industry-specific challenges, people leaders will gain actionable insights that can be immediately applied in their roles.
Craft breweries, regardless of size, often face unique challenges that demand specialized knowledge. Even if an organization lacks a dedicated HR position, those handling HR tasks and issues will find immense value in this training. For those more experienced HR practitioners, this course will offer professional development credits through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). The content in this course is crafted to resonate with the specific nuances of the craft brewing industry, ensuring that participants acquire skills that directly contribute to the success and sustainability of their breweries.
As the craft brewing industry continues to evolve, investing in the professional development of HR practitioners is vital. Completion of this course communicates to current and prospective employees that your organization is dedicated to employment best practices. This training series not only serves the needs of entry-level HR professionals and managers but also provides a valuable resource for experienced practitioners seeking to stay up to date on HR trends within the industry.