hrm532 | Graduate
Human Capital Development In The Public Sector
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Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
- Explain the collective bargaining process in the public sector.
- Evaluate the challenges of collective bargaining in the public sector.
- Analyze the relationship between management and unions in the public sector.
Ethics, Employee Rights, and Diversity
- Explain the importance of ethics in human resource management.
- Evaluate the potential consequences of violations against the legal rights and protections of employees.
- Describe the diversity management practices in the public sector.
Strategic Management of Human Capital
- Develop a plan for strategic management of human capital in the public sector.
Public Personnel Management
- Describe the personnel management activities in the public sector.
- Describe the evolution of the public service systems.
- Explain the challenges of managing the public workforce in the Twenty-first century.
Recruitment, Selection, and Retention
- Develop a strategy for recruiting and retaining public sector employees.
- Determine the effect of compensation on employee recruitment and retention.
- Analyze the steps of the succession planning process in the public sector.
- Explain the purpose of evaluating employee performance.
- Contrast the various types of performance evaluations.
- Develop a fair and effective performance evaluation system.
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