Recognising organisations for their HR competence and professionalism.
WHAT IS THE HR QUALITY MARK?
The HR Quality Mark is a standard, developed by FHRD, that recognises organisations for their effective HR practices.
WHAT ARE THE EXPECTED BENEFITS OF OBTAINING THE HR QUALITY MARK?
There is an increasingly greater need for measuring, monitoring, tracking and understanding how well people are being managed and developed. The HR Quality Mark will give organisations the following:
- Internal Recognition
- External Recognition
- Enhance Employer Brand
- More attractive to new talent
- HR Content areas evaluation
- HR Quality Mark event to promote the certified organisations
- Sense of achievement for the internal HR team
- Motivates the HR team to strive for excellence
- A report identifying strengths and areas for improvement.
HR CONTENT AREAS
The aim of the HR Quality Mark is to recognise organisations that place HR at the centre of their business through the implementation of various policies and strategies which include the following:
- HR Policies and Practices
- Recruitment, Selection and Talent Management
- Compensation, Benefits and Total Rewards
- Employment and Industrial Relations
- Performance Management
- HR Information Systems
- People Training and Development
The Quality Mark is not a competition between organisations but encourages all organisations, irrelevant of size and sector, to assess their HR practices. This means that there are no restrictions or rankings on how many organisations can achieve this award, as long as the HR criteria set by FHRD are reached. The Quality Mark serves as a process to guide organisations on how to improve their HR practices.
To be eligible to apply for the HR Quality Mark, organisations must have at least 10 full-time employees registered with Jobsplus. Applicants must be fully compliant with all the statutory obligations. The organisation and its people must show they follow ethical standards in their line of business.
4. Review Process
FHRD will appoint two evaluators for each application. These evaluators will visit the organisation and subsequently compile a technical report and submit it to FHRD. The report will include recommendations for improvement.
Successful organisations will be awarded the HR Quality Mark Certification based on a marking system tied to a set of questions relating to the seven content areas, with a pass mark of 75% in each content area.
Join Over 20 Organisations that achieved the HR Quality Mark
Obtain the HR Quality Mark Standard, developed by FHRD, that recognises organisations for their effective HR Practices.