Examines what Total Rewards means to an organization and to its employees. Compare tangible and intangible benefits – which includes compensation, benefits, work-life balance practices, and performance and talent management. Learners will explore balancing offering an attractive total rewards package for employees, while being strategic for the organization.
Examines characteristics of effective meetings and meeting preparation management by exploring planning fundamentals, comparing technology and distance meeting considerations, and evaluating best practices. In addition to designing a mock meeting and modeling appropriate meeting facilitation strategies, learners will have the opportunity to add LinkedIn Learning certificates to their portfolio.
Examines the role HR plays in responding to employees’ need for safe, secure, rewarding workplace. Learners will evaluate risk management and worker protection strategies, identify employee rights and responsibilities and analyze labor relations through a series of situational and reflective assessments.
Analyzes Talent Acquisition by exploring components of effective staffing, including employment brand, employment law, researching labor markets and understanding technology used in the recruitment process. Then, learners will work through the selection process starting with examining placement, selection predictors and the legality around selection tests, the use of background tests and medical examinations before finishing with the final job offer. Learners will have the opportunity to work through case studies to help build working knowledge and confidence in effective staffing and selection.
Examines the key employment laws and regulations that are important to an organization and to its employees. By the end this course, learners will be able to identify key U.S. laws in compensation, benefits, employee relations, employment opportunity, and job safety and health.
Examines HR analytics from forming a hypothesis through analyzing data, to communicating and evaluating findings. Learners will practice utilizing analytics to make data-informed decisions about organizational interventions.
Demonstrates learning accomplished in the Human Resources Associates Degree program by examining how learners facilitate effective employee relations, examine organizational total rewards programs, develop learning programs, create organizational workforce plans and incorporate employment law into business practices through a series of situational assessments.