HR certification Courses

Information about HR certification Courses

Published on February 15, 2014

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PowerPoint Presentation: Free Powerpoint Templates HR Certification WLC College India PowerPoint Presentation: Human resource management  ( HRM , or simply  HR ) is the management process of an organization's workforce, or human resources. It is responsible for the attraction, selection, training, assessment, and rewarding of employees, while also overseeing organizational leadership and culture and ensuring compliance with employment and labor laws. In circumstances where employees desire and are legally authorized to hold a collective bargaining agreement, HR will also serve as the company's primary liaison with the employees' representatives (usually a trades union). HR is a product of the human relations movement of the early 20th century, when researchers began documenting ways of creating business value through the strategic management of the workforce. The function was initially dominated by transactional work, such as payroll and benefits administration, but due to globalization, company consolidation, technological advancement, and further research, HR now focuses on strategic initiatives like mergers and acquisitions, talent management, succession planning, industrial and labor relations, and diversity and inclusion. Introduction PowerPoint Presentation: Human resource management is a set of tasks aimed at effectively managing an organization’s employees, commonly known as its human resources or human capital. HRM professionals oversee the business of managing people in an organization which includes compensation, benefits, training and development, staffing, strategic HR management and other functions. HR practitioners structure staffing programs to recruit and retain the best employees by making the company competitive in terms of its attractiveness to potential candidates, so that they will choose to accept a position with and remain working for an employer. In today’s competitive environment, human capital management is critically important to remain viable in the global marketplace. As a result, HR plays a pivotal role in the world—because people are truly the only thing that differentiates one business from another. Organizations may replicate processes, materials and structures of other successful organizations, but only the talent of an organization makes it unique and distinguishes it from all its competitors. Profession Overview PowerPoint Presentation: HR is a key component of any organization’s senior management team. Though the human resources department is widely known for conducting interviews, explaining company benefits, managing employee relations, providing career development advice and helping hiring managers with performance and productivity expectations, the profession has a much larger role in business today. HR professionals have evolved from the behind-the-scenes administrative role of the 20th century to active involvement in shaping corporate policy. Senior management recognizes the significant contributions of HR to their organization’s bottom line and overall success. This shift continues in the profession. To a more significant extent than ever before, many HR roles are consequently focused equally on contributing strategically and functionally to manage the organization’s talent. It is also important to note that HR professionals often progress to higher levels in an organization—and a career in HR can lead to a position as CEO. Pathways to a Career in HR PowerPoint Presentation: Numerous varied challenges confront HR professionals, who must be capable of handling situations that arise daily in the workplace. If you choose HR as your profession, patience and flexibility will be necessary as you interact with people of widely differing levels of experience, intelligence, emotional intelligence, education, knowledge, skills and abilities. In the early stages of your career, you also will be involved in compliance-related work that demands close attention to detail, a strong knowledge of business and well-developed communication skills. From the strategic viewpoint, when setting policies and practices, you will be the “voice of management” to the employees. You will also be called upon to act as an advocate for employees to management, to ensure their viewpoint is represented. As a supporter of both the business and the people perspectives, diplomacy is a must. Sound judgment, good listening skills and tact are essential—as are influencing skills, the ability to link people strategies with business strategies, and the ability to prove the value that human capital adds to the organization’s bottom line. Key Duties and Challenges PowerPoint Presentation: Pursuing a formal HR education is becoming increasingly important in today’s competitive job market. This increased demand for knowledgeable HR professionals prompted the WLCI strongly suggests that undergraduates pursue a balanced curriculum that includes the behavioral sciences, social sciences, and the liberal arts. Courses that develop oral and written communication skills are equally essential. But most important, HR students should study business—economics, general business, business and labor law, accounting, marketing, management and statistics (also known as quantitative methods). Any additional coursework undertaken to meet the greater technical demands of specialties within human resources for example, compensation and benefits, should be taught with a business focus and business or policy application of the functional area of knowledge. Just as general management careers can be greatly enhanced with graduate degrees, so can those in the field of HR management. Master’s degrees in human resource management—whether a Master of Science in HR with coursework in industrial relations, organizational development, organizational behavior or other specialty, or a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in HR—are a vital part of preparation for an increasingly complex marketplace. . Pursuing a Formal HR Education PowerPoint Presentation: Pursuing a formal HR education is becoming increasingly important in today’s competitive job market. This increased demand for knowledgeable HR professionals prompted the WLCI strongly suggests that undergraduates pursue a balanced curriculum that includes the behavioral sciences, social sciences, and the liberal arts. Courses that develop oral and written communication skills are equally essential. But most important, HR students should study business—economics, general business, business and labor law, accounting, marketing, management and statistics (also known as quantitative methods). Any additional coursework undertaken to meet the greater technical demands of specialties within human resources for example, compensation and benefits, should be taught with a business focus and business or policy application of the functional area of knowledge. Just as general management careers can be greatly enhanced with graduate degrees, so can those in the field of HR management. Master’s degrees in human resource management—whether a Master of Science in HR with coursework in industrial relations, organizational development, organizational behavior or other specialty, or a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in HR—are a vital part of preparation for an increasingly complex marketplace. . Pursuing a Formal HR Education PowerPoint Presentation: WLCI offers certification programmes in HR for undergraduate and graduate students. In addition to WLCI certificates, our students are awarded internationally recognized diploma by Wigan & Leigh College U.K.  The programmes provides students a combination of academic and professional training that sets them apart from their peers and equips them to directly enter the industry with easily adaptable and transferable skills. Based on their requirements students can tailor their learning path as per their own specifications and choose from a variety of course options. WLC College India PowerPoint Presentation: WLCI admission process visit us at : http://www.wlcibusiness.in/admission.html Or to apply click at : http://www.wlcibusiness.in/admission.html-0 Admissions PowerPoint Presentation: BANGALORE Tel : 080 - 43494555 GOA Tel : 0832 - 6711000, 6450391 KATHMANDU Tel : +977-11-2003830, 2003831, 4466313, 4466779 MUMBAI Tel : 022 - 40571919, 40571900 PUNE Tel : 020-25459589 CHENNAI Tel : 044-43470700 HYDERABAD Tel : 040-44660917, 44660910 KOLKATA Tel : 033-40113456 NAGPUR Tel : 0712-2221111, 2223003, 2223050 DELHI Tel : 011-43199206, 43199203, 43199222 INDORE Tel : 0731-4003331, 4003332 LUCKNOW Tel : 0522-4157800, 4157805 NOIDA Tel : 0120-4629922 Contact Us

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