hrmx531 | Graduate
Human Capital 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 Benefits
- Determine appropriate components of employee compensation and benefits.
- Use organizational and market data to conduct Human Capital Management functions.
- Explain how to create employee compensation and benefits.
Employee Recruitment and Selection
- Compare recruitment strategies.
- Determine selection criteria.
Training and Development
- Describe the process of a Performance Improvement Plan.
- Explain how the results of a Performance Improvement Plan are used to determine training needs for employees.
- Differentiate the concepts of training and development.
Addressing Diversity in Human Capital Management
- Explain how an organization's diversity impacts Human Capital Management.
Functions of a Job Description
- Explain the functions of a job description.
- Explain how a job analysis is used to create a job description.
Influence of Employment Laws on Human Resource Management
- Determine if an organization is in compliance with employment laws.
- Determine methods to comply with employment laws.
- Summarize the effects of unions on an organization.
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