ELC-803 Human Resources Management
4 semester credits
Students designate an area in which they have a special interest or expertise for this course. It can be used to acquire new knowledge or to deepen existing knowledge in a specific area in which students expect to build or advance professional careers.
Additional Information for CCL Concentration students: Course to cover issues of employee/employment relationship including, but not limited to the following: Overview of Employment Law; Recruitment, Applications, and Interviews; Background Checks, References, and Verifying Employment Eligibility; Employment Testing; Hiring and Promotion Decisions; Wages, Hours, & Pay Equity; Benefits; Unions and Collective Bargaining; Employment Discrimination; Affirmative Action; Sex Discrimination & Harassment; Reasonably Accommodating Disability & Religion; Work-Life Conflicts and Other Diversity Issues (includes Sexual Orientation Discrimination, National Origin Discrimination, Pregnancy Discrimination; Family & Medical Leave Act; Performance Appraisals; Training, and Development; Privacy on the Job; Information, Monitoring, and Investigations; Terminating Employees; Downsizing and Post-termination Issues.
Delivery Method: Online
Grading Default: Letter
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