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Employee Recruitment and Retention is a Course

Employee Recruitment and Retention

Feb 24 - Mar 29, 2020
2.0 credits

Spots remaining: 18

$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

This experience will enable you to create agile practices for hiring and retaining employees while effectively managing communication between your organization and potential job candidates. Finally, you will understand HR leaders’ essential role in fostering the kind of inclusive culture that engages and retains employees.


Required Materials:

First, Break All the Rules: What the World's Greatest Managers Do Differently (2016), by Marcus Buckingham (ISBN-13: 978-1595621115)

(optional)

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


Objectives

  • Build effective strategies and practices for hiring and retaining employees.
  • Effectively manage the critical role between HR and the talent you wish to recruit.
  • Build an inclusive culture within your organization to help retain employees.

Course Instructor


Michele Swift, Ph.D.

SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Senior Instructor & Professional Development Coordinator

Michele Swift is an Instructor of Management who currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in professional development and human resource (HR) management. She is the faculty advisor for the Management/SHRM Student Club, serves as the liaison between the Management program and student engagement, and is active on several university and college committees. Prior to joining academia, she spent over ten years in HR and consulting where she managed HR self-service implementation projects, assisted with business case development, counseled managers on employee relations issues, provided recruitment and placement services, and managed payroll and workers compensation. Michele received her Ph.D. in Organization Management from University Colorado Boulder and her Masters in HRIR from the University of Oregon, and is also an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management and Academy of Management. Her current research interests include the motivation for employees to share their knowledge, the relationship between knowledge sharing and creativity, and human resource management practices for knowledge workers. She also has a special interest in the factors that influence persons with disabilities willingness to request accommodation.