The Human Resources Job Skills Certificate program provides an overview of the functional areas of Human Resource Management. Among the issues discussed are how to recruit and select the best employees, how to determine fair compensation, how to use benefit and performance appraisal systems that reward high performance, how to comply with federal and state employment laws, and how to negotiate and resolve employment disputes. The courses offered are intended to help those interested in creating a work environment that promotes teamwork and encourages employee excellence.
Identify the legal and ethical context of Human Resource Management.;explain the Federal, State, and local laws that affect public and private employers.; describe the importance of staffing an organization including planning, job analysis, recruitment and selection of staff; explain labor relations and collective bargaining agreements in the public and private sectors.
Completion of 11 units is required to earn this skills award. Students may earn this certificate by completing the required courses with a minimum grade of “C”.
|BSAD P120||PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION||3 units|
|BSAD P122||HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3 units|
|BSAD P140||BUSINESS LAW||3 units|
|BSAD P162||ENTREPRENEUR MENTOR/INTERNSHIP||2 units|
Effective Summer 2016.
|JSC||Job Skills Certificate|
|CA||Certificate of Achievement|
|AA||Associate in Arts Degree|
|AS||Associate in Science Degree|
|AA-T||Associate in Arts for Transfer Degree|
|AS-T||Associate in Science for Transfer Degree|