Courses for Human Resources Certificate
A study of the practice and function of the traditional human resources areas of recruitment, interviewing, orientation, and internal staffing. Students examine human resources’ responsibility for ensuring that employee practices meet the organization’s long-term strategic plans for staffing requirements. Also addressed are issues related to compliance with state and federal employment laws and regulations.
Provides human resources professionals with information on the laws and regulations that affect labor and employee relations, discipline, discharge, and grievance/dispute resolution.
Introduction to organizational approaches to compensation, including base pay, incentive pay, and benefits that assist the organization in attracting, retaining, and motivating employees. Students will examine compensation-plan objectives, plan-design considerations, the link between pay and performance, legal requirements and constraints on pay programs, and the interplay between financial, communication, and administrative concerns.
Examines the philosophy and critical organizational practices required for building and sustaining an organizational culture supportive of a learning environment. Students will explore needs analysis, instructional design, strategic training, educational-technology evaluation methodologies and career-management issues.