hrm531 | Graduate
Human Capital Management
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- Explain the basic components of labor relations.
- Identify the progression of employee and labor relations.
- Explain effective methods for handling employee concerns.
- Identify effective methods for managing internal employment relationships.
- Discuss the importance of employment relationships.
Human Capital Management: Function, Values, and Laws
- Identify the main components of human capital management.
- Examine the manager's role in human capital management in correlation with a companyâs strategic objectives.
- Identify key employment laws and the consequences of non-compliance in business situations.
- Explain the basic importance of diversity in a global economy.
Preparing for Change: Assessing Organizational Readiness for Change
- Compare strategies for labor market success.
- Appraise change management strategies for human resources.
- Justify job analysis as the foundation for all hiring.
- Determine recruitment strategies.
Total Compensation Strategies
- Explain total compensation.
- Examine the Fair Labor Standards Act.
- Interpret pay strategies.
- Evaluate benefit plan strategies.
Employee Training and Development
- Examine different types of training.
- Explain rationale for different types of training.
- Evaluate training needs assessment models.
- Examine ways to set up training (room setup, demographics, and technology).
Performance Management and Appraisal
- Explain support mechanisms for career management.
- Identify performance management systems.
- Examine innovations in performance management.
- Evaluate strategies for employee engagement and high performance work culture.
- Establish ways to measure employee performance.
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