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Human Resources

Human Resource (HR) employees often face a wide range of issues each day, ranging from legal matters to selecting qualified employees. Successfully navigating complex HR laws and current regulations regarding compensation, employment law, recruitment, benefits, risk management and more requires significant expertise. Our certificate program core class utilizes SHRM Essentials of Human Resource Management materials -- developed by leading HR experts and legal counsel -- to cover a multitude of HR topics in a condensed, straightforward format.

Best practices for performance management and employee development are also discussed and covered in other HR class options. Emory Continuing Education is an HRCI (Human Resources Certification Institute) Approved Provider.

Certificates

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Human Resources Management: Fostering an Inclusive and Equitable Culture Certificate

This newly updated Emory certificate program utilizes SHRM Essentials of Human Resource Management materials – developed by leading HR experts and legal counsel – to cover a multitude of HR topics in a streamlined, 8-week hybrid format.

HR Management Certificate Information (Human Resources Management: Fostering an Inclusive and Equitable Culture Certificate)

Courses

Behavioral Interviewing: Selecting the Best Fit

Behavioral Interviewing: Selecting the Best Fit

This course is designed to provide individuals involved in the hiring process with the resources and tools to make the right hiring decision by using behavioral based interviewing, which emphasizes that past behavior is a predictor of future performance.

Behavioral Interviewing Course Details (Behavioral Interviewing: Selecting the Best Fit)
Developing Performance Is Better Than Managing It

Developing Performance Is Better Than Managing It

Performance management is now evolving from a one-time, backward-looking annual appraisal to a methodology emphasizing ongoing feedback and coaching. Learn how you can apply a simple model and powerful tools to drive employee engagement throughout the year, motivating staff members toward peak performance while mitigating potential legal risks.

Developing Performance Is Better Than Managing It Course Details (Developing Performance Is Better Than Managing It)