Do you need to manage any of the people that are reporting to you? Or maybe you’d want to think about a career in human resources? or update your understanding about HR? A thorough introduction to the main ideas, rules, and methods of human resource management is given through this specialisation.
The specialisation starts with a basic course that examines alternative methods of managing human resources, gives background information on the American legal system that governs hiring, firing, rewarding, and managing employees, and defines the various motivations for working.
The final three courses cover three fundamental topics that every manager should be familiar with: selecting personnel, assessing their performance, and rewarding them.
The courses take an accessible, scientific stance that ensures best practises and helpful advice are supported by research but delivered in understandable, practical ways.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Principles, concepts, and basic duties related to human resource management
- Integrating strategic human resource management practises with the strategy, vision, and objectives of the company
- Human resource planning, analysis, job design, recruitment, selection, training, development, performance management, as well as rewards and pay, are the seven fundamental activities of human resources.
- The process for choosing, accepting, appointing, and successfully integrating new hires into their given roles, as well as the institution’s culture as it relates to these things.
- information about human resources management, its significance in contemporary enterprises and institutions, and the effects of performance management on learning and development.
- The delivery of an integrated and efficient reward system involves the management of rewards, wage structure, discussion of the different types of rewards, which are represented by rewards connected to transactions and relationships, how to present them as financial and non-financial rewards, and how to use them.
- Learning three fundamental techniques, including ranking, point factor method, and classification method, for job evaluation will help you achieve the values of justice and equality and manage relationships between jobs. Job evaluation methods can be used to determine the level of wages for jobs within the organisation. Identify the most widespread misconceptions about what human resources departments are and how they function, as well as the issues that human resources departments face, such as motivating employees.