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Essentials of Human Resource Management

Event ID: P14143
Info: Jun 18-25, 2016 • Sat • 8:30am-4:00pm • 2 mtgs • To be announced • $395 (General), $375 (SHRM Member), includes materials and online resources • Not a pre-requisite for the HR Management Certification Review • Registration/ withdrawal deadline: 4:00pm Jun 10 • Sweater and brown bag lunch suggested
With: David McKale, Certified HR Management Professionals

This course is for junior-level human resource (HR) professionals, and supervisors and line managers who have HR responsibilities. It is also appropriate for HR professionals whose experience has been in a single functional area, for persons exploring HR as a career, and for business managers with employees but not an HR department. Six topic areas are covered, including an introduction to human resource management, followed by modules on employment law, recruitment and selection, compensation, employee development, and performance management. Through readings, lectures, class discussions, and activities, gain important knowledge and skills you can use immediately in your day-to-day job.

Course Outline

Module 1: Human Resource Management
Gain a clear understanding of the HR function

  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Important steps and outcomes in the HR planning process

Module 2: Employment Law
Enhance your ability to apply key HR legislation 

  • Civil Rights Act
  • EOC, Affirmative Action, and elements of the affirmative action plan
  • Pregnancy, Age and Disability legislation
  • Many other employee protection laws

Module 3: Recruitment and Selection 
Gain important skills for selecting employees

  • Recruiting methods and their effectiveness;
  • Key selection tools;
  • Adverse impact calculations
  • Interview biases

Module 4: Compensation
Learn the key elements of a total compensation system

  • Framework for base pay, incentives, differentials and increases
  • Job analysis and documentation
  • Methods for job evaluation
  • Benefits commonly offered by employers

Module 5: Employee Development
Gain an understanding of orientation, development and training 

  • Effective adult learning, both on-the-job and off-the-job
  • Four levels of evaluation

Module 6: Performance Management
Discover the purpose and process for performance appraisals
Objectives. At the end of this module, participants are able to:

  • Common appraisal methods and errors
  • Legal concepts surrounding the disciplinary process
  • Guideline for conducting disciplinary meetings

http://www.outreach.hawaii.edu/noncredit/courses/programdetail/3452

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