SHRM Essentials of HR Management
Meeting dates: TBD
8:30AM - 1:30PM
Fall 2014 SHRM Essentials of HR Management Course Flyer (PDF, 273.4 KB)
This program is designed for a number of different types of professions. If you are an entrepreneur, small business owner, office assistant, this is a great way to brush up on current employment laws to reduce your company’s risk of potential high-cost litigation. This is also great for those who are interested in HR but do not possess the experience or knowledge of human resources related issues, or for PHR/SPHR individuals who are looking for recertification credits.
Registration period will begin in March 2015. Stay tuned for details.
Administrative Office Coordinator
The SHRM Essentials® of HR Management is an introductory course offering a complete overview of human resource roles and responsibilities. If you are just starting out in the profession, or are looking for an effective way to boost your employee management skills, this is the program for you!
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
Reduces company's risk of potential high-cost litigation
Develops a common dictionary of HR terms for the entire organization
Offers professional development for divisional or departmental supervisors to ensure HR compliance
Promotes a consistent understanding of the HR function to non-HR management
Earn up to 1.25 CEUs or 12.5 PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification hours
Participant who successfully complete the program are awarded a Certificate of Completion.
Covers real-life HR issues and current, vital topics including: employment law; selecting qualified employees; compensation; orientation and training; and the performance management process.
Who Should Attend?
Entry-level human resource professionals
Divisional or departmental supervisors who have the responsibility for interviewing and training employees Individuals seeking a career in human resources
Team leaders with supervisory accountabilities
Employees with management responsibilities Individuals seeking higher management positions