HR training: Job utilization
This training is dedicated to HR professionals and business managers who:
- want to objectively evaluate the workload of each job;
- want to identify which activities bring value and which can be improved;
- are in a position of restructuring their workplace and want to identify critical jobs for the future.
It doesn't matter if you work in a service or a production company, this training will guide you through its 4 modules:
Module #1 | 21 September, 09.30
- You will learn to correctly establish the inventory of the critical activities for any position;
- You will conduct objective interviews with your colleagues to identify their activities and their relevance for their positions.
Module #2 | 28 September, 09.30
- You will identify the actual degree of usage for each job;
- You will identify the desired degree of usage for each position and generate a new way of working.
Module #3 | 5 October, 09.30
- You will identify activities that can be removed from the overloaded jobs using alternatives already available within the company;
- You will generate savings for each job for which you calculate the degree of loading/ job utilization.
Module #4 | 12 October, 09.30
- You will identify the relevant capabilities of each position and thus you can develop a catalog of competencies required for the training plan at a company level;
- You will update the job descriptions based on this exercise.
What do you get from participating in this course?
- An experience that focuses on exercises during the 2 hours dedicated to each module;
- Immediate transfer in practice through the up-to-date topics;
- A saving brought to the business of at least € 1000/ year for the least complex position in the organization. As the complexity of the job increases, so does the amount of savings.
- A diploma certifying the competence to evaluate the job utilization degree in your company.
How much does this training cost?
- All 4 modules cost € 500, which is the initial investment that you can actually recover by generating savings within your company through a proper job utilization analysis.
- 2 hours of your time for each workshop.
- Another 2 hours after each module to debate the case studies you will have to work on.
This course will be held in Romanian. All the modules will be organized online via Microsoft Teams. There will be a maximum of 15 participants to ensure a high level of interactivity. Completion of the course involves participating in all 4 modules.
Fiscal digitalisation and taxation of multinational companies
The digital transformation of the economy, without a doubt, shapes the future of taxation. While the digitalisation spurs innovation, generates efficiencies, and improves services, the breadth and speed of this change introduces challenges as well as opportunities.
During this session, to help you stay informed and advice you on the latest changes, but also on the future ones, our speakers will go through the global minimum tax, which was decided within the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS, the new digitalisation and simplification measures published in the Fiscal Procedure Code, the audit readiness in transfer pricing, as well as the newest updates regarding the Court's tax jurisprudence.
Who should participate?
The webinar is suitable for all tax professionals, including in-house tax managers and directors, tax lawyers, advisers, policymakers and government officials who wish to have a better understanding of the newest changes.
30 September, starting 10.00am
- Digital economy – What is the new minimum global tax?;
- Latest changes of the Fiscal Procedure Code – a small step for the tax authorities, a big step for taxpayers;
- The practice of transfer pricing audits – aspects influencing the risk analysis, the approach of the tax authorities and transfer pricing adjustments;
- Court tax jurisprudence updates – practical interest aspects.
The event will be held in Romanian and the registration is free of charge.
- Liviu-Mihai Gheorghiu, Senior Manager, Mazars Romania
- Alexandru Stănoiu, Counsel, RTPR – Radu Tărăcilă Pădurari Retevoescu