HR Issues and Compliance

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HR

TARGET GROUP | Staff from HR and/or compliance units of central banks. Participants should have good knowledge of the systems and procedures used in their respective institutions to fulfill its compliance function and manage HR issues.

 

DESCRIPTION | Employees are the most important asset of any organization, hence managing human resources properly is critical to providing an employee-oriented and productive work environment. This one-week course addresses a broad range of HR management aspects at the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB), and aims to provide a platform for peer-to-peer exchange. Topics include HR strategy, resource planning and corporate culture, as well as organizational issues. HR instruments such as recruitment, training, staff development, career planning, the appraisal system, employee feedback, performance assessment, bonuses, promotion, and job evaluation will be focused on strongly.

 

The OeNB’s compliance function will also be presented, especially its organization, the laws forming its legal basis, as well as the rules that apply to staff.

 

The course will include a mix of presentations and practical exercises. Participants are expected to take an active part in the discussions, drawing on their own experience.

 



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Course Details

Start: 20230313Mar 13
End: 20230317Mar 17

Language: English

Sponsoring Organization: OeNB/DBB

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Application Deadline: December 13, 2022

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