hrm531pr | Graduate
Human Capital Management
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Training, Mentoring, Coaching, and Employee Relations
- Develop training, mentoring, and coaching programs.
- Explain the components of an employee relations program.
Performance and Career Management
- Describe support mechanisms for career management programs.
- Develop performance appraisal and performance management systems.
- Select effective performance incentives.
- Select the components of a benefits package.
- Identify cultural aspects of compensation in Puerto Rico.
Career Development Plan
- Create a career development plan for Puerto Rican organizations.
- Analyze the effect of manager behavior on productivity.
- Describe manager actions that adhere to and violate fair employment laws.
- Describe effective management practices in a diverse workplace.
- Discuss the changing role of human resources (HR).
Job Analysis and Selection
- Conduct a job analysis.
- Outline a workforce planning system.
- Create selection and retention processes for staffing.
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