BUS 212 - Human Resource Management3
Course Description: Human Resource Management is the study of the policies, functions and management practices involved in the development of a cohesive and productive workforce. Topics include recruitment and hiring procedures, training, employee compensation, incentive rewards, performance evaluation, health and safety programs, and fairness concerns of employees administered via grievance procedures and application of U.S. employment laws.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of BUS 110
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Identify human resources management functions
- Evaluate the implications of major U.S. employment laws such as hiring practices, discrimination, Family and Medical Leave Act and the impact on employees’ performance.
- Interpret the legal, ethical, and social environmental issues to be properly implemented in relationship to human resource practices.
- Analyze complex human resource management issues, and provide alternative solutions.
- Create a professional presentation of the findings from your capstone experience.
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