|Held on : 06 - 07 July 2012|
|Venue : Bdjobs Training, BDBL Building (Level 19), 12 Kawran Bazar C/A, Dhaka 1215.|
|No. of Participants : 25|
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|1. Introduction to Human Resource Accounting
2. Human Resource Accounting Methods
3. Measurement in HRA: Cost Vs. Economic Value Approach
4. Non-Monetary Value Based Approaches
5. Return on Investment on Human Capital
6. Actual exercises to Learn-by-Doing
a. HR Planning Analysis
b. Recruitment & Selection Alternative Comparison
c. Training & Development Cost vs. Benefit
d. Performance Management System designs to measure effectiveness
e. Employee Relations Gain Share
7. HRA in Managerial Reporting and Decision-Making
8. Redesigning the HR record keeping systems to get maximum benefit of HR Accounting
|Parveen Sultana Huda
Parveen is one of the widely recognized HR professionals of Bangladesh with more than 19 years of experience in the HR field with leading organizations both as a professional and consultant. She has worked for some other foreign organizations including PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC, UK), ITC (International Trade Centre – Geneva), ILO, GTZ, Inditex (Spain), Draxelmiaer (Germany) MPL (Hong Kong), Ali Bin Ali Group (Qatar), ActionAid Vietnam, ActionAid Pakistan, etc. She has also worked in consulting capacities for various organizations including RDRS, BGMEA, DCCI, MCCI, BEI, KATALYST, and many private and non-government sector enterprises.
She is currently contracted as the Head of Department – HR (Interim) at Action Contre le Faim (a French INGO. She has also been working as the Bangladesh Country Manager for Business Innovation Facility (www.businessinnovationfacility.org ) which is an International Project funded by UKAID (DFID UK) and managed by PricewaterhouseCoopers UK. Since 2006, she is running her own organization Renaissance Consultants Ltd. as Managing Director. Before this, she last worked full time as the Head - HR & IT, ActionAid Bangladesh. She also worked in CARE Bangladesh, OTOBI Ltd., Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd., and BEXIMCO group in reverse chronological order since 1994.
She has received an MBA degree from IBA, DU and a Diploma in Management Consultancy from IMCB. She has completed the Partnership Brokering Course Level One Certification from The Partnering Initiative (TPI) of International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF), UK. She had received an ILO scholarship to attend a training program at the ITC (International Training Centre) of ILO on Turin, Italy in May, 2009. She is an ITC (Geneva) Certified Supply Chain Management Trainer for DCCI, Bangladesh. In addition she has attended various training and conferences in UK, Italy, Thailand, South Korea, UAE, Australia, Kenya, South Africa, Vietnam, Malaysia, Nepal and India.