Human Resources Management Certificate


This course focuses on the areas that impact compensation: external events, pay system mechanics, assignment of value to jobs, and processes of administration. You will see how pay systems can be used to achieve strategic objectives. You will review tools and techniques to design, implement, and administer legal wage and salary programs.

You will focus on proven methods and approaches for dealing with difficult people and situations commonly found in the workplace. It will help you develop and implement plans, techniques and behaviors which will improve relationships with problem employees.

This course reviews the basics of the benefits component in a total compensation program. Planning considerations include the government role and legal requirements, cost factors, employee needs and business objectives. It includes techniques for analyzing and evaluating employee benefit programs.

This course focuses on the genesis of equal employment opportunity laws, including Title VII, ADEA, ADA, ADAAA, and others. The development and evaluation of human resource policies and procedures for compliance and effectiveness, the philosophy of affirmative action and diversity programs, and the assessment of legal issues affecting employee relations will be discussed, along with employer's rights and obligations.

This course addresses topics vital to sound human resource planning and development, such as identifying human resource needs, and establishing activities/programs that strategically align with the organization's goals and objectives. You will learn ways to successfully contribute to organizational performance, measure the success of implemented activities/programs, and establish credibility in the human resource function.

This overview of the role of human resource management in successful organizations is designed for newcomers to the field and for professionals who wish to review the fundamentals. It presents a brief historical perspective of personnel management and identifies and discusses the components of the HR management function.

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Research top 10 essential human resource skills and communication will always be there. Why? Communications are at the core of successful HR management. This course will provide you with the communication skills necessary to effectively communicate up to management, over to managers, out to potential employees, and down to all levels of current employees.

Performance appraisal uses evaluation and feedback to identify performance gaps and facilitate improvement. You will look at the role of performance appraisal in the human resource management process, performance design, and potential problems.

This course covers the organizational and behavioral issues associated with attracting employees, predicting future performance of recruits, selecting qualified individuals, matching recruits to positions, and developing effective policies and procedures to guide the process.

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Human resources professionals have long been responsible for understanding and managing risks associated with personnel. That responsibility continues to expand and now includes many other areas such as technology risks, regulatory compliance and asset management. In this course, you will learn the role of the HR professionals in identifying and mitigating risks associated with personnel, including safety and security, organizational risk mapping, avoiding risk, transferring risk and managing risks you cannot avoid.

You will develop your own Risk Control Matrix and will learn about how you can help increase awareness about, and offer solutions to, the risks businesses face.

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