Organizational strategy, technological change, workforce characteristics, competition and government regulation all shape strategic human resource policies. Identify and assess these issues and develop processes to align strategic human resource management (HRM) with policies and organizational strategy. Working with a small group to solve case problems, you will begin to understand organizational behaviour in a variety of settings. Gain an understanding of business law and Canada’s legal system. Get an overview of recruitment and selection, labour relations, and strategic management. Hone your public speaking and presentation skills as you improve your written, online and oral communication. All of these tools make you a well-rounded practitioner ready to launch your career in human resources management.
Program Model / Completion Requirements
You can apply credit earned in these courses toward a Management Diploma.
For advanced credit information, contact the Business Information Centre at 780.471.8998 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|ACCT1115||Introductory Accounting I|
|HRMT2226||Introduction to Human Resources|
|SMGT2256||Introduction to Strategic Management|
|HRMT2237||Recruitment and Selection|
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