With the increased pace of operations, companies are finding it prohibitive from a time management perspective to "train-the-trainer." Organizations are finding it more favorable to hire HR professionals whose skills are preset in organizational design and supportive workplace dynamics. This course provides students with instruction that allows them to develop their skill set sufficiently to support their organizations at hire.
This course covers organizational employee-focused programs, policies and procedures such as formal and informal communications, employee recognition, and conflict resolution. It shows employees/students how to build healthy, supportive relationships while recognizing behaviors that may lead to negative situations.
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
- Explain the development of human and societal endeavors across time and place
- Explore organizational design in context
- Identify and interpret company policy and litigation processes
- Apply concepts about human and social behavior to particular questions or situations
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Human Resource Management : Required Courses (20 units)