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Introduction
DATE :
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6-week course (every Wednesday evening, 19:00-21:00) - 6 times
PLACE :
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KangNam Labor Law Firm
Sunrung station at Subway NO.2, exit NO.#1, Sanggerije Center (Suite 1501)
TARGET :
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HR Practitioners, Managers, Executives, Expatriates, Students majored HR/OD etc.
Textbook :
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Will be provided as a PPT slide deck format
Fee :
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KRW 300,000(VAT excluded)
Syllabus :
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1st class                Understanding HR Big picture with the HR Navigation
2nd class                The first and most critical part of HRM, Hiring
3rd class                 People and Organziation Development formula
4th class                 Shifting from Performance Appraisal to Performance Assessment
5th class                 How to reward the new generation?
6th class                How to separate? Delivering the tough message and managing Exit plan
Schedule : 2019-09-25 ~ 2019-11-13
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Textbook Intro
 
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Author: Bong-soo Jung
Written in both English and Korean , the Korean Labor Law Bible consists of four parts. The first part introduces the structure of Korean Labor Law, its relationship with human resources management, and offers clear guidance on understanding the labor laws. The second part deals with individual items in labor relations, such as wages, working hours, off days, and holidays, etc. The third part deals with labor union matters in collective labor relations. The fourth part provides basic information on human resource management. I have worked especially hard to apply legal theories in addition to related judicial rulings and administrative interpretations as much as possible so that this book can be utilized in actual business practices.

“This book is a practical guide essential for human resources and labor managers at foreign invested companies.”
- Heinz Grewe, President, Robert Bosch Korea
   

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