Covers labor and management relations, legal issues, job analysis and design, recruiting and selecting, job placement and orientation, training, career planning, EEO, performance appraisal, and employee benefits. Presents tools for the implementation of a human resource management program. Includes class discussions, case studies, videos, oral presentations, written assignments, group projects, and guest speakers. May be delivered online and/or hybrid.. Lab access fee of $30 for computers applies.
Covers employment and labor law, cases, and policy. Includes employment discrimination along with labor relations statues exploring the link between employment discrimination and traditional labor relations law. Presents tools necessary to formulate and write policy for profit and non-profit organizations. Includes lecture, class discussions, case studies, a service learning project, and guest speakers. Lab access fee of $30 for computers applies.
Studies the process of ensuring skills, knowledge, abilities, and performance of the workforce meet current and future individual, team, and organizational needs. Includes the development, implementation, evaluation activities, interventions, and programs that focus on customized organization development (change), performance management, training and development, career development, and other unique employee or employee group needs.
Studies current models, methods, and skills for training and development designed to improve individual, group, and organizational performance. Examines the organizational role of the training specialist, identifying training needs, maximizing the trainee's learning, evaluating training programs, on-site training methods, off-site training methods, developing and training leaders, management and executive development, and societal concerns. Includes teaching techniques such as lecture, class discussions, small group activities or projects, oral presentations, written assignments, guest speaker, and scholarly dialogue. Includes a semester-long training and development academic service-learning project.
Studies wage and salary administration in private and public organizations; total compensation systems; interrelationship among employee performance, intrinsic and extrinsic rewards, perceived equitable payments, and employee satisfaction; employee benefits; employee incentive programs. Lab access fee of $30 for computers applies.
Identifies a framework for implementing benefits systems to attract and retain a high performance workforce in a global environment; provides a comprehensive overview of benefits management strategies in organizations; discusses relevant models of compensation; and reviews various benefits influences, including laws and regulations.
Provide students with introductory knowledge of Human Resource Information Systems. Examines HR information system adoption, implementation, and the assessment and building of management support to achieve HR strategic objectives.
Explores key metrics, analysis, interpretation and communication tools necessary in developing comprehensive human capital strategies. Enables students to identify, analyze and interpret data to make human resource recommendations for individuals and organizations. Includes exploration of data analysis and presentation skills for human capital research and decision-making for planning, employee selection, compensation, employee survey data, organizational effectiveness and utilization analysis.
Addresses the key HR functions of planning, staffing, and maintaining a quality workforce. Includes identifying critical specifications for filling positions, recruiting a pool of talent, developing selection methods, and creating desirable person/job matches. Lab access fee of $30 for computers applies.
Facilitates students’ understanding of the total alignment of human resource management (HRM) and business strategies. Provides an overview of the role of HRM as a capstone course. Considers the overall design of the HRM infrastructure to enable optimal employee performance relative to the strategic goals of the organization, to achieve competitive advantages. Examines the techniques, policies, processes, strategies, and practices used by companies and / or managers to effectively and efficiently utilize human resources. Teaches theories and practices in multiple HRM areas, including staffing, performance evaluation, work and job design, training, total compensation, the legal environment, labor relations, and megatrends in the external labor market. Provides extensive training to prepare for the aPHR (Associate Professional of Human Resources) exam as a professional certification from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).
Provides exposure to emerging current interests in strategic human resource management topics. Topics vary each semester. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits toward graduation.