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Human Resources

5 courses in Human Resources.

Certificate in Human Resources Management (170)

Keep your career moving forward with Binghamton University online education and training courses. These are the same courses available through the American Management Association Communications (AMACOM) Self-Study program. You can fine-tune your present skills, learn new ones, and enrich your career with a flexible learning plan that fits your schedule, strengths, budget, and career goals.

Tuition: $480.00

Compensation: How to Develop Effective Reward Programs (84)

This course will give you a solid, fundamental understanding of the field of compensation and serve as a primary resource as you implement new programs or improve existing ones. Learn how to: * Determine and maintain pay levels that will attract, retain, and motivate * Develop compensation policy guidelines that reflect the company's values and culture * Meet the seven basic objectives when implementing an effective compensation plan * Integrate performance, productivity and business results into the compensation process * Adjust compensation plans to address a company's changing needs

Tuition: $95.00

Fair, Square, and Legal: A Manager's Guide to Safe Hiring, Managing, and Firing Practices, Second Edition (89)

Do you know what to do to protect your business, your employees, and yourself from legal liability? Can you defend your actions-or those of your employees-if you do end up in court? Staying out of trouble is a matter of being prepared. And that's exactly what you'll learn in Fair, Square, and Legal-clear, unambiguous, step-by-step methods of documentation, compliance, and prevention for every business-related action that can raise legal liability. Written by a manager for managers, the course translates complex legal concepts and precedents into a set of easy-to learn guidelines for managing people. It gives you a systematic knowledge of the ways the laws governing equal opportunity and employee rights protect not only your employees, but you, the manager, as well. You'll see that understanding and adhering to employment law is simply good business.

Tuition: $95.00

Fundamentals of Human Resources Management, Fourth Edition (98)

As one course among many in the American Management Association’s curriculum, Fundamentals of Human Resources Management, Fourth Edition, is designed to give managers the tools they need to understand and apply the critical components of the nine fundamental HR topics that are the cornerstone of any organization’s human resources function: equal employment opportunity, the employment process, testing, compensation, performance management, benefits administration, employee relations, training and development, and human resources management systems. From its early days as the “personnel” department, the human resources function has grown into an influential, collaborative member of the core management team. By providing practical, hands-on information and real-world scenarios addressing typical everyday issues that drive HR practitioners, this course gives managers the skills they need to maximize the role of HR in their organizations. It also provides a timely context for demonstrating how the HR function can be a significant contributor to any organization in meeting many of today’s workplace challenges.

Tuition: $95.00

Successful Interviewing: Techniques for Hiring, Coaching, and Performance Management Meetings (137)

Here is the course that can turn non-interviewers into good interviewers—and good interviewers into great interviewers. Whether you're a general manager or human resources specialist, the fact is that you do some interviewing (formally or informally) virtually every day. This course will help you sharpen such skills as open-ended questioning, active listening, and reading body language—all essential in a variety of management situations. You'll learn to apply these techniques to 12 types of business interviews, from hiring and coaching to assessment and termination. You'll even gain practice in dealing with interviewees who are nervous, aggressive, overly talkative, evasive, or otherwise challenging."Which questions can and can't I ask? How should I document an interview?" Because such concerns can trip up even the most experienced business interviewer, you'll find clear guidance on key legal issues and specific do's and do not's dictated by current legislation. Managers will also appreciate the wealth of real-life dialogs that highlight this broad-based and highly useful course.

Tuition: $95.00

Last Updated: 4/24/14