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Fundamentals of Human Resources is a Course

Fundamentals of Human Resources

Aug 15 - Sep 19, 2022
2.0 credits

$550 Enroll

Full course description


Duration:
5 Weeks

Commitment:
3-8 Hours/Week

Location:
Online

Course Type:
Instructor-led

Credential:
2.0 CEUs with SHRM®
 

Course Description

Learn the fundamentals of human resource management throughout the employee lifecycle. This course walks you through such essentials as recruitment, compensation, onboarding, training, performance, and more.

In this course, you will build essential fundamental human resources knowledge to help you successfully navigate the relationship between employee and employer. You will also learn theory around employee morale and group dynamics. Topics include:

  •     Recruiting and Staffing
  •     Employee Training and Career Development
  •     Sustaining Employee Performance

 

Required Materials:

Introduction to Human Resource Management (2nd/3rd ed.), by Paul Banfield and Rebecca Kay (ISBN-13: 978-0198702825)

Objectives

  •     Integrate essential human resource elements into the core functions of your organization.
  •     Capitalize on recent trends and their role in contemporary HR practices.
  •     Develop best-practices to build a strong relationship between management and employees.

Course Instructor

Spencer Waldron

Partner, Fisher Phillips

Spencer is a partner with Fisher Phillips in their Irvine office. He is an aggressive litigator who has successfully represented clients in mediation, arbitration, in front of governmental agencies, as well as state and federal court proceedings. Spencer has particular experience in the areas of wage and hour laws, employee compensation plans, laws regulating drug testing and background checks, and harassment/discrimination claims.

Additionally, Spencer provides preventive advice and training to clients on various personnel issues, including background checks, drug testing, employee classification issues, strategic restructuring and layoffs, disciplinary issues, termination, medical leaves, FMLA/CFRA compliance, employee compensation agreements, and general employment policies and procedures.