hsn555 | Graduate
Human Resources In Health Care
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Human Resource Capital
- Clinical: Complete a job analysis at the clinical location.
- Describe the importance of a job analyses.
- Explore the process of employee recruitment and hiring.
- Compare and contrast retention strategies.
- Differentiate methods of employee evaluation.
- Explore the role of staff development in supporting organizational goals.
- Explain the importance of succession planning.
- Clinical: Complete a job analysis of each position at the clinical location.
- Categorize the types of employee benefits.
- Compare and contrast methods of employee compensation.
- Appraise preparation and evaluation strategies to meet health, safety, and preparedness needs.
- Clinical: Identify strategies to meet health, safety, preparedness needs in a health organization.
- Analyze the effects of care delivery trends on human resource management.
- Analyze the effects of health care staff trends on human resource management.
- Clinical: Describe strategies to overcome staffing obstacles.
- Explore the significance of human resources management.
- Analyze the activities of proactive strategic management.
- Explain the role of organized labor in health care organizations.
- Clinical: Meet with your mentor and/or HR leader to discuss current staffing mix, numbers, and unions.
Legal and Ethical
- Explore federal and state laws pertinent to health care human resources.
- Evaluate internal human resources policies and procedures.
- Examine the role of ethical principles in human resources.
- Clinical: Review the organization’s diversity plan.
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