Human Resources Management/Development - GR (HRMD)

Courses

HRMD 549  Personnel Management  1.5 Credit (1.5,0)

Discussion of feedback, communication, planning, and training with relation to multiple populations and talent. Analysis of performance management systems culminating in the creation of performance management plans. Evaluation of talent and effective succession planning.

HRMD 607  Human Resource Development  3 Credits (3,0)

Examine the primary roles of human resource development (HRD) in organizations to include theories and applications to manage continuity and change in the workplace; Focus is on the assessment, design, training, and implementation of HRD practices to foster collaborative change across the organization.

HRMD 608  Human Resources Management  3 Credits (3,0)

Management of human resources. Interrelationship of managers, organizational staff, and/or specialists. Management theories; human resource planning; recruitment and selection; training and development; compensation and benefits; safety and health; employee relations.

HRMD 678  Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning  3 Credits (3,0)

Strategic approach to identifying, attracting, selecting, and retaining talent. Staffing strategy for business strategy. Forecasting, recruiting, staffing, and development of employees. Strategic staffing, legal aspects of staffing; job analysis; forecasting; strategic sourcing; selection; workforce planning; workforce flow.

HRMD 679  Comprehensive Reward Systems  3 Credits (3,0)

Current approaches to total compensation; theory and practice of compensation; benefits; rewards. Reward systems as employee motivation; compensation policy and design. Strategic approach to reward strategies linked to business and people strategies. Strategic compensation; rewards; motivating work environment; government and union influences; job evaluation; pay structures; market analysis; incentives; variable pay; compensation administration; executive compensation.