Introduction to Human Resource Concepts
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Introduction to Human Resource Concepts

Introduction to Human Resource Concepts
4.5 (564 ratings)
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Last updated 10/2018
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This course includes
  • 8 hours on-demand video
  • 9 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • 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
Requirements
  • The course has no formal pre-requisites.
  • However, few months experience in HR department of any organization is recommended.
  • The course will enable those candidates to bring significant improvements in the existing processes.
Description

The Introduction to HR Concepts 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.


Who this course is for:
  • HR professionals at beginning stage of their careers
  • Small business owners managing their own HR themselves
  • Business managers responsible for HR management
Course content
Expand all 184 lectures 07:53:33
+ Lesson 02 - Attracting and Retaining Employees
13 lectures 43:16
Attracting and Retaining Employees
00:24
Attracting and Retaining Employees (cont.)
04:04
HRM Overview
05:12
HR Planning
03:17
Forecasting Demand
02:16
Forecasting Supply
02:29
Matching
01:40
Matching (cont.)
03:49
Cultural Diversity (Part 1)
03:15
Cultural Diversity (Part 2)
03:49
Cultural Diversity (Part 3)
03:47
Demo - Diversity Survey
08:39
Lesson 02 Review
00:35
Review Questions
5 questions
+ Lesson 03 - Recruiting, Selection and Orientation
34 lectures 02:04:55
Recruiting, Selection and Orientation
00:11
Job Analysis
00:59
Human Resources Assistant Job Responsibilities
01:12
Demo - Application
19:37
Demo - Bad Resume
04:44
Demo - Good Resume
11:34
Demo - Cover Letter
09:38
Recruiting
00:49
External Recruiting
01:17
External Recruiting Advantages
01:36
External Recruiting Disadvantages
01:17
Internal Recruiting Advantages
02:06
Internal Recruiting Disadvantages
00:38
Selection
01:26
Gathering Information
00:49
Employment Tests
01:12
Interviews
01:42
Typical Interview Questions
02:38
References
01:39
Orientation
01:22
Demo - Form I - 9
16:57
Demo - Form W - 9
06:43
Demo - Form W - 4
10:09
Demo - Form 1095 - B
06:41
Compensation and Benefits
02:16
Compensation Decisions
01:32
Wage Level
01:48
Wage Structure
02:24
Individual Wage Specifics
01:05
Comparable Worth
01:54
Compensation Types (Part 1)
02:26
Compensation Types (Part 2)
02:16
Compensation Types (Part 3)
01:33
Lesson 03 Review
00:45
Review Questions
5 questions
+ Lesson 04 - Training and Development
7 lectures 27:23
Personal and Professional Development
01:57
Rewards of Training and Development
03:31
Analysis
01:33
Methods
04:20
Evaluation
02:48
Demo - Training Evaluation Form
12:16
Lesson 04 Review
00:58
Review Questions
5 questions
+ Lesson 05 - Performance Appraisal
9 lectures 34:58
Performance Appraisal
00:06
Performance Appraisal (Cont.)
03:07
Objective and Subjective Methods
02:18
Sample Rating Scale
02:51
Common Techniques
03:43
Demo - Appraisal
14:27
Performance Feedback
02:05
Performance Feedback (cont.)
05:19
Lesson 05 Review
01:02
Review Questions
5 questions
+ Lesson 06 - Legal Environment of HRM
24 lectures 41:13
Legal Environment of HRM
00:31
National Labor Relations Act (Part 1)
00:26
National Labor Relations Act (Part 2)
03:20
National Labor Relations Act (Part 3)
02:24
National Labor Relations Act (Part 4)
03:14
National Labor Relations Act (Part 5)
01:56
Labor -Management Relations Act (Part 1)
01:14
Labor -Management Relations Act (Part 2)
01:49
Labor -Management Relations Act (Part 3)
02:37
Fair Labor Standards Act
00:35
Child Labor
01:09
Tip Credit and Enforcement
01:51
FLSA Additional Information
01:36
Equal Pay Act
01:37
Civil Rights Act
00:50
Age Discrimination in Employment Act
00:54
Occupational Safety and Health Act (Part 1)
01:41
Occupational Safety and Health Act (Part 2)
02:19
Occupational Safety and Health Act (Part 3)
02:14
Employment Retirement Income Security Act
01:22
Affirmative Action
02:20
Americans with Disabilities Act
01:18
Americans with Disabilities Act (cont.)
01:58
Lesson 06 Review
01:58
Review Questions
5 questions
+ Lesson 07 - Motivating Employees
31 lectures 01:06:43
Motivating Employees
00:31
Motivation
01:44
History
01:21
Soldiering
01:25
Scientific
03:38
Scientific (cont.)
01:48
Hawthorne
01:11
Hawthorne (cont.)
01:42
Maslow
01:28
Maslow (cont.)
02:16
Physiological Needs
00:36
Safety Needs
01:02
Social Needs
02:07
Esteem Needs
04:45
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
00:31
Maslow’s New Pyramid
04:56
Maslow’s New Pyramid (cont.)
00:53
Herzberg
00:52
Herzberg (cont.)
00:28
Motivation -Hygiene Theory
01:20
Using the Motivation -Hygiene Theory
02:13
Theory X and Theory Y
01:17
Theory X Assumptions
02:36
Theory Y Assumptions
03:42
Theory Z
00:39
Type J Firm Characteristics
05:09
Type A Firm Characteristics
03:43
Type Z Firm Characteristics
06:06
Reinforcement
03:44
Reinforcement (cont.)
01:13
Lesson 07 Review
01:47
Review Questions
5 questions
+ Lesson 08 - Contemporary Motivation Theory
13 lectures 33:08
Contemporary Motivation Theory
00:34
Weakness of Maslow and Herzberg’s Theories
01:48
Equity Theory (Part 1)
02:04
Equity Theory (Part 2)
03:36
Equity Theory (Part 3)
02:12
Equity Theory (Part 4)
03:15
Equity Theory (Part 5)
04:27
Expectancy Theory (Part 1)
02:57
Expectancy Theory (Part 2)
01:50
Expectancy Theory (Part 3)
04:07
Goal Setting Theory
03:28
Goal Setting Theory (cont.)
01:11
Lesson 08 Review
01:39
Review Questions
5 questions
+ Lesson 09 - Motivation Techniques
25 lectures 56:07
Motivation Techniques
00:21
Management by Objectives
01:25
Management by Objectives (cont.)
01:30
Step 1
01:30
Step 2
01:29
Step 3
01:11
Step 4 and Step 5
01:43
Job Enrichment
02:41
Job Enlargement
02:21
Job Redesign
01:24
Behavior Modification
01:21
Behavior Modification (cont.)
01:40
3 Step Process
03:03
Flextime
03:00
Flextime Schedule
03:20
Part-Time
03:04
Job Sharing
02:04
Job Sharing (cont.)
01:08
Telecommuting
03:18
Telecommuting Employee
02:17
Disadvantages
05:16
Empowerment
03:08
Employee Empowerment
03:29
Employee Ownership
02:38
Lesson 09 Review
01:46
Review Questions
5 questions