hrm531 | Graduate

Human Capital Management

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This course prepares students to address the concepts of personnel development as managers. Students learn criteria for developing effective job analysis, appraisal systems, and appropriate career development plans for employees. Other topics include personnel selection, employee compensation, benefits, training, workplace diversity, discipline, employee rights, unions, and management behaviors.

This graduate-level course is 6 This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6

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    Employee Training and Development

    • Examine ways to set up training (room setup, demographics, and technology).
    • Examine different types of training.
    • Explain rationale for different types of training.
    • Evaluate training needs assessment models.

    Performance Management and Appraisal

    • Explain support mechanisms for career management.
    • Identify performance management systems.
    • Examine innovations in performance management.
    • Evaluate strategies for employee engagement and high performance work culture.
    • Establish ways to measure employee performance.

    Employment Relationships

    • Discuss the importance of employment relationships.
    • Explain the basic components of labor relations.
    • Identify the progression of employee and labor relations.
    • Explain effective methods for handling employee concerns.
    • Identify effective methods for managing internal employment relationships.

    Human Capital Management: Function, Values, and Laws

    • Identify the main components of human capital management.
    • Examine the manager's role in human capital management in correlation with a company’s strategic objectives.
    • Identify key employment laws and the consequences of non-compliance in business situations.
    • Explain the basic importance of diversity in a global economy.

    Preparing for Change: Assessing Organizational Readiness for Change

    • Compare strategies for labor market success.
    • Appraise change management strategies for human resources.
    • Justify job analysis as the foundation for all hiring.
    • Determine recruitment strategies.

    Total Compensation Strategies

    • Explain total compensation.
    • Examine the Fair Labor Standards Act.
    • Interpret pay strategies.
    • Evaluate benefit plan strategies.
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