Business Courses

Human Resources Administration (CGT)


Description

The Human Resources Administration course is a fundamental course that covers the basic concepts of human resource management. The course enables the candidates to learn and understand the techniques and processes to attract and retain employees, define recruitment, selection, appointment and orientation of employees, train and develop employees’ skills, keep the employees motivated and promote teamwork among employees.

Managing the human resource in an organization is one of the most difficult tasks for business owners and HR managers. The course teaches various concepts that help in keeping the HR managed and potentially result in better business outcome and increased efficiency. The Introduction to HR course provides a good starting point for amateur HR professionals.


Learn the job description and responsibilities of an HR assistant
Attract and retain employees in an organization
Define recruitment, selection and orientation process of new employees
Work on training and development of employees
Define performance appraisal process for an organization
Understand the legal issues in HR management
Keep employees motivated
Understand contemporary motivation theory
Develop teams and promote teamwork

Content
  • 1. Human_Resources_Assistant
  • 2. Potential_Careers
  • 3. HRM_Overview
  • 4. Forecasting_Demand
  • 5. Cultural_Diversity
  • 6. Diversity_Survey
  • 7. Job_Analysis
  • 8. Application
  • 9. Bad Resume
  • 10. Good Resume
  • 11. Cover Letter
  • 12. Selection
  • 13. Form I-9
  • 14. Form W-9
  • 15. Form W-4
  • 16. Form 1095-B
  • 17. Compensation and Benefits
  • 18. Personal _ Professional Development
  • 19. Training Evaluation Form
  • 20. Performace Appraisals
  • 21. National Labor Relations Act
  • 22. Labor Management Relations Act
  • 23. Occupational Safety _ Health Act
  • 24. Motivation
  • 25. Psychological Needs
  • 26. Motivation-Hygiene Theory
  • 27. Firm Characteristics
  • 28. Weaknesses of Maslow and Herzberg_s Theories
  • 29. Expectancy Theory
  • 30. Management_by_Objectives
  • 31. Behavior Modification
  • 32. Telecommuting
  • 33. What is a Team_
  • 34. Stages of Development
  • 35. Team Cohesiveness
  • 36. Effective HR Administration
  • 37. Motivation - What is it_
  • 38. The Need Hierarchy
  • 39. The Two-Factor Theory
  • 40. The Practical Side of Reward
  • 41. Opinions Really Count
  • 42. The Individual
  • 43. Interpersonal Behavior
  • 44. Definition of a Group
  • 45. Stages of Group Development
  • 46. Intragroup Behavior
  • 47. Intergroup Behavior
  • 48. Team Building
  • 49. Nature of Informal Organization
  • 50. Benefits of Informal Organization
  • 51. The Evolution
  • 52. Workplace Violence
  • 53. Stressed Employees
  • 54. Quality Challenges
  • 55. Management
  • 56. Participative Approach
  • 57. Work in America
  • 58. Challenges in Job Design
  • 59. Nature of Leadership
  • 60. Common Behaviors
  • 61. Contingency Leadership
  • 62. The Next Decade
  • 64. Integrating the Dimensions
  • 63. Internal Leaders
  • 65. Employee Development
  • 66. Performance Appraisal
  • 67. Appraisal Problems
  • 68. The Process
  • 69. Effective Communications
  • 70. Nature of Conflict
  • 71. Nature of Change
  • 72. Participation and Communication
  • 73. Multinational Eneterprise
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever