You’re able to follow trends and anticipate change before it happens. Use these skills to help an organization stay ahead of the curve and always functioning at top efficiency.
In your role with an organization, you will help leaders meet current and future needs in staffing, training, and creating effective policies and procedures. The courses in this program cover key elements that contribute to high performance and organizational effectiveness within the framework of a public or private labor base.
In this program, you will use real-world applications to design and execute successful management systems, understand the administrative functions of human resource management, and understand the recruitment, staffing, evaluation, and development of employees in a high-performance workplace.
This program consists of four graduate online human resource performance courses for a total of 12 credit hours.
Understand the design and execution of successful management and processes. Examine utilization and outcomes of performance appraisals, compensation, and training effectiveness.
In this course, students will examine the factors and theories of effective change management. Students learn strategies, structures, and techniques for facilitating organizational change for competitive success in today's dynamic business, government, global, and nonprofit environments.
Analyze the collective bargaining process and the impact of public policy on industrial relations. Understand the administrative functions of human resource management and the field of labor relations.
Analyze the implications of the recruitment, staffing, evaluation and development of employees in the strategic management of a high performance workforce. Examine the economics of labor and the effects of legislative and legal decisions in the administration and management of employees.
You have two options for completing your online human resource performance program:
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