eda560 | Graduate
Human Resources Leadership Management
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Compensation and Collective Bargaining/Negotiations
- Research alternative models of negotiation and bargaining.
- Analyze direct and indirect employee costs.
- Examine benefits available to personnel.
- Describe the processes involved in collective bargaining/negotiations.
Employee Grievance and Termination
- Describe the purpose and procedure of the grievance process.
- Summarize the components of due process.
- Examine the procedures associated with termination of service of educational personnel.
Induction and Staff Development of Personnel
- Evaluate the components of an effective staff development program.
- Describe the process necessary for implementing a successful induction program.
Performance Appraisal/Evaluation Process
- Examine the purpose of the appraisal/evaluation process.
- Describe methods of appraisal/evaluation.
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.
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.
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