This introductory course in Human Resources (HR) provides students with a comprehensive overview of the fundamental concepts, principles, and practices within the field of HR management. It explores the critical role HR plays in organizations and the key responsibilities of HR professionals. Students will gain a solid foundation in HR theory and its practical applications.
By the end of this course, students will:
Understand the importance of HR in modern organizations and its strategic role in achieving organizational goals.
Comprehend the basic HR functions, such as recruitment, selection, training, compensation, performance management, and employee relations.
Develop an awareness of the legal and ethical considerations that guide HR practices.
Learn the skills necessary for effective HR communication, including listening, conflict resolution, and interpersonal skills.
Analyze HR trends and emerging technologies that impact the field.
Recognize the significance of diversity and inclusion in HR management.
Module 1: Introduction to Human Resources
- Defining Human Resources Management (HRM)
- Historical evolution of HRM
- HRM's role in organizational success
- HRM's strategic role
Module 2: HR Functions and Processes
- Recruitment and selection
- Training and development
- Compensation and benefits
- Performance management
- Employee relations and engagement
Module 3: Legal and Ethical Considerations in HR
- Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
- Anti-discrimination laws
- Workplace ethics and codes of conduct
- Privacy and confidentiality in HR
Module 4: HR Communication and Interpersonal Skills
- Effective communication in HR
- Conflict resolution and mediation
- Building interpersonal relationships
- Active listening and feedback
Module 5: Emerging Trends in HR
- HR technology and automation
- Workforce diversity and inclusion
- Remote work and flexible arrangements
- HR analytics and data-driven decision-making
Module 6: Case Studies and Practical Applications
- Analyzing real-world HR scenarios
- Developing HR solutions
- Presenting case study findings
Module 7: Final Project
- Students will work on a final project that applies HR concepts and principles to a specific organizational scenario.
COURSE DURATION: 7 weeks
TIME: 6:00 pm - 9 pm
COST: $895 - $995
Learning Platform: Face-to-Face Classroom
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