Human Resource Management
Human resource management (HRM), also called human capital management, refers to how organizations strategically allocate their most valuable resources – their employees – to areas of the company where they will be the most productive. HRM requires more than a strong human resources department: it requires smart, capable team managers working together with the human resource (HR) department to carry out common goals. This cooperation involves careful strategizing, good leadership, and other solid business practices. Companies often maintain their competitive advantage by holding onto resources other businesses lack. Having the right employees separates highly successful firms from their competitors.
This course includes the following units:
- Unit 1: The Nature of Human Resources
- Unit 2: Strategic Human Resource Planning and Staffing
- Unit 3: Recruitment and Selection
- Unit 4: Training and Development/Career Planning
- Unit 5: Performance Management and Measurement
- Unit 6: Compensation and Benefits
- Unit 7: Safety, Health, and Wellness
- Unit 8: Labor Relations and Internal Employee Relations
Only the final exam is considered when awarding you a grade for this course. In order to pass this course, you will need to earn a 70% or higher on the final exam. Your score on the exam will be calculated as soon as you complete it. If you do not pass the exam on your first try, you may take it again as many times as you want, with a 7-day waiting period between each attempt. Once you have successfully passed the final exam you will be awarded a free Course Completion Certificate.