HRIR 3021H: Honors: Human Capital Management

3 CreditsHonors

Human capital is an essential role in today’s organizations. If you plan to be a manager or organizational leader, or if you plan to major or minor in HR, this course is an essential introduction to the role of human resource management in organizations. In this class you will learn: How to recruit and select the best people. How to evaluate performance and give employees feedback. How to help individuals improve when their performance is subpar, and how to conduct terminations when those efforts do not work. Methods that are used to develop individuals so they can move into higher leadership roles. How to examine turnover problems and retain employees. How large companies set pay levels to ensure internal and external equity. Recent issues around worker rights and unions. The basics of employment law. Contemporary human resources issues that employers are dealing with, such as labor market shortages and sexual harassment policies.

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