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Human Resources Leadership And Management

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This course focuses on the responsibilities involved in human resources administration in education. Methods of recruitment, selection, induction, development, compensation, and appraisal are examined. In addition, the course analyzes strategic planning, employment continuity, employment justice including laws, policies and procedures, and unionism.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Recruitment and Selection of Personnel

    • Evaluate effective procedures for recruitment.
    • Describe equity issues related to the recruiting and selection processes.
    • Analyze effective procedures for selecting qualified personnel.
    • Explore the technology available for recruiting and hiring processes and how it is utilized.

    Employee Grievance and Termination

    • Summarize the components of due process.
    • Describe the purpose and procedure of the grievance process.
    • Examine the procedures associated with termination of service of educational personnel.

    Induction and Staff Development of Personnel

    • Describe the process necessary for implementing a successful induction program.
    • Evaluate the components of an effective staff development program.

    Role of Human Resources in School Administration

    • Examine the human resources functions of the school administrator.
    • Identify ways in which strategic planning is used in human resource management.

    Performance Appraisal/Evaluation Process

    • Examine the purpose of the appraisal/evaluation process.
    • Describe methods of appraisal/evaluation.

    Compensation and Collective Bargaining/Negotiations

    • Analyze direct and indirect employee costs.
    • Examine benefits available to personnel.
    • Describe the processes involved in collective bargaining/negotiations.
    • Research alternative models of negotiation and bargaining.
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