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SHRM Essentials of Human Resources  

If you have employees, understanding of the fundamentals of HR is critical to the role of all owners, managers, and supervisors. Are you prepared to face today’s HR challenges?

    Does your staff know the difference between teasing and harassment?

    Are you confident your hiring practices aren’t discriminatory?

    Can your managers resolve conflicts and provide necessary support to others?

    How do you address emerging HR issues like the use of technology and social media, conceal carry, and medical marijuana?

This course addresses the complex, real-world, and legal issues you face and is a must for anyone in the business of managing people. Knowing the basics of HR can make you a better manager, improve workplace morale and employee performance, and protect your organization from needless litigation.

This Course Is Ideal For:

    New and junior HR professionals

    Business owners and office managers

    Managers and supervisors with employee management responsibilities

    Job seekers wanting to transition into a career in HR

    HR professionals seeking to update current HR knowledge

Topics Include:

    Employment Law

    Human Resources

    Talent Acquisition

    Total Rewards

    Learning & Development

    Performance Management

The blended learning experience combines print and online tools with the benefits of an instructor-led class. By attending our course, you'll benefit from:

    The shared experiences of your instructor and peers along with networking opportunities.

    Interactive case studies designed to make you feel comfortable dealing with HR issues.

    Earning Professional Development Credits (PDCs) or recertification credit hours and a certificate upon completion.


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