Human Resources and Performance Management | M4121

This course will provide a broad overview of the field of human resource and performance management. Students learn what managers and administrators need to know to effectively address Human Resource issues in today’s workplace. The course will provide major concepts and techniques of performance management in law and court environments. By employing perspectives of both the employer and employee the class will focus on “best practices” utilized by managers and administrators and emphasize decision-making skills and processes in the context of Human Resources law and policy. Students will learn how to achieve organizational goals via management of a company’s most precious resource, their people. This textbook provides an overview of the content upon which the most common HRCI certifications (SPHR, PHR) are based. (3 credits) Fall, Summer

Prerequisites: MSLA STUDENTS ONLY.
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)

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