hrm330 | undergraduate
Human Resources And Labor Relations In Public Service
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Strategic Approach to Human Resources
- Compare and contrast the traditional HR role to the strategic partnering role in the public and private sectors.
- Evaluate recruiting and selection approaches in order to determine if they meet organizational objectives.
- Determine approaches to increase employee retention.
- Identify the components of an effective performance management system.
- Choose appropriate performance feedback techniques in order to align employee behavior with organizational objectives.
- Develop effective employee reward systems.
Training and Organization Development
- Explore the role of HR in the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of training programs.
- Examine the role and responsibility of HR in organizational development and change management.
Conflict Resolution Systems
- Describe approaches to the resolution of employee disagreements.
- Compare and contrast alternative dispute resolution methods.
Employee and Labor Relations
- Examine the collective bargaining process.
- Apply the functions of HR to create and sustain a high-performance organization.
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