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Fundamentals Of Human Resource Management In Security

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This course explores the critical role of human achieving resources in security oriented business results. The course will help students to have a solid understanding of the fundamentals of human resource management and its strategic relevance in current security organizations. This course will provide students with a critical perspective on human capital development for security in the context of a unified system of attracting, retaining and developing talent that creates and supports the vision and values of the organization. Students will develop an understanding of current critical business implications for human resource professionals and how they relate to criminal justice and security.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Introduction to Human Resource Management

    • Recognize the importance of HRM as it aligns with an organization’s function and strategy.
    • Describe how external influences significantly affect HRM.
    • Discuss the continuously changing environment of HRM including, cultural environments, labor shortages, organizational improvement, employee involvement, and the importance of ethics.
    • Explain the involvement of HRM in responding to natural and man-made disasters.

    The Legal and Ethical Framework of HRM

    • Evaluate the impact of equal employment opportunity laws on human resource management practices.
    • Describe employee rights legislation and its application to employee rights and discipline.
    • Evaluate the impact of employee rights legislation on human resource management practices.
    • Explain equal employment opportunity laws and protected groups.

    Recruiting and Staffing

    • Describe the role of human resource planning in the strategic planning process of an organization.
    • Identify the essential elements of a job position based on job analysis data.
    • Explain the fundamentals of recruitment as it relates to organizational goals and strategies.
    • Describe the varied components of the employee selection process.

    Employee Training and Career Development

    • Explain the role of training and socialization of employees in an organization’s development.
    • Describe different employee development methods and their benefits.
    • Analyze the relationship between employee development and organizational development.
    • Describe the role of human resource management in career development.

    Sustaining Employee Performance

    • Describe the function of performance management systems.
    • Compare compensation plans.
    • Explain the importance of employee benefit plans.
    • Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of various job evaluation approaches.
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