Human Capital Management, Promoting Organizational Success, Human Resources, Employee/Employer Relationship

[eBook] Human Resources: Promoting Organizational Success (CPA)


Course Description

Course Outline:

  • Part 1: What is Human Resources?
    • Ch. 1 - Indicators of a Healthy HR Contribution
    • Ch. 2 - Leadership and HR
    • Ch. 3 - Building a Healthy Work Culture
  • Part 2: Curating the Employee Lifecycle
    • Ch. 4 - Joining: Bringing People into the Workplace
    • Ch. 5 - Maintenance: Setting Up for Success
    • Ch. 6 - Mainenance: Helping Sustain Success
    • Ch. 7 - Helping People Leave the Workplace
  • Part 3: Special Concerns of HR
    • Ch. 8 - Globalization and Culture
    • Ch. 9 - Compensation & Benefits
    • Ch. 10 - Workplace Safety and Health
    • Ch. 11 - Compliance & other important concerns

Learning Objectives:

  • Determine the aspects of Human Resource Management
  • Recognize the skills needed to build healthy employee/employer relationships
  • Identify concepts and theories used to motivate employees
  • Select how group dynamics and teamwork can promote organizational success
  • State common characteristics in leadership theories and apply them to become an effective leader
  • Perform thorough job analyses and evaluations
  • Differentiate the effects of globalization and cross-cultural issues
  • State the legal regulations imposed on employers

Test Drive: 1.5 Free CPE Credits

Field of Study: Personnel/Human Resources

Program Level: Basic

Prerequisites & Advance Preparation: None

Delivery Method: QAS Self Study (eBook readings followed by assessment questions)

Credit Count: 6.5 CPE hours (Non-technical)


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6.5 CPE Credits

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