brm256 | undergraduate
Retail Personnel Management
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Measuring Employee Performance in a Retail Organization
- Determine methods to coach employees in developing career-related skills and knowledge.
- Determine performance appraisal techniques for retail employees.
- Develop strategies to resolve employee conflict.
Compensation, Benefits, and Incentives
- Determine strategies to motivate employees.
- Develop benefits and incentives that align with retail industry standards.
- Develop compensation strategies to meet organizational objectives.
Training the Retail Team
- Develop the components of a training program.
- Create work schedules that meet the needs of retail personnel, consumers, and organizational objectives.
- Align individuals with jobs based on personal characteristics, work experience, and skill sets.
- Identify sources of qualified applicants.
- Forecast staffing requirements.
Legal and Ethics Issues in Retail Personnel Management
- Describe the legal and ethical considerations of the employment termination process.
- Identify the legal and ethical aspects of managing employees.
- Identify the legal and ethical aspects of the hiring process.
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