CMS 1 Human Resources and Compensation Management (CEBS Course 8)
Course No: ECD 8356
Length: 30 Hours
Today's competitive global world is extremely dependent on highly skilled and technologically adept workers. Employee benefits continue to be an integral part of the human resource and compensation management functions of an organization. This course can be applied toward the GBA and RPA designations; i.e., you need only to complete seven courses to earn both the GBA and RPA. It is also a required course for the CMS and CEBS designations.
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Program Benefits:Tools for labor relations Collective bargaining process knowledge Understand the motivations for employees to organize Knowledge of legislative and administrative roles of the government Familiarization of unionization: impact, collective bargaining and organizing
Learning Objectives:Describe the functions of human resource management Identify legal and managerial requirements of human resource and compensation decisions Participate and initiate effective recruitment and retention Create effective training and development programs and performance assessment systems Design and implement incentive and compensation programs Identify and take into consideration employee rights and their applications in disciplinary, discharge and termination situations Understand and anticipate the impact of unionization and labor relations actions Facilitate and participate in the collective bargaining process and remain in compliance Design and apply human resource practices and policies that support and protect high-performance work systems
Who Should Attend:Anyone who works in a human resources capacity