About the courses
There is a human mind, effort and work hours behind the production of every product or service. Human resource management (HRM) is the management of an organization's workforce, or human resources, since there is no service that can be produced without the help of a human being.
HRM is a vital management task especially in the field of healthcare, where the customer may face challenges because of staff’s performance. The development of both individual and the organization in which they operate, is a major concern of the human resource management. Therefore, human resource management plays an active and vital role in the success of the reform of the health sector.
This course aims at improving the knowledge of the learner regarding human resource management, its importance, functions, challenges etc in healthcare. With the proper knowledge of HRM, the employee can truly understand how the institute runs and thus can contribute personally to the development of one’s organization.
- Review the meaning and nature of Human Resource Management.
- Explain the function and features of HRM.
- Determine the components and activities of HRM.
- Apply the principles of HRM process and analyse its importance.
- Experiment with managing disputes.
- Enumerate the responsibilities of the HR professional.
- Demonstrate the role of HRM in healthcare.
2 Hours (Self-Paced)
Student Handbook - Part 02 Student Handbook - Part 01
Human Resource Management - Part 01 Human Resource Management Human Resource Management - Part 02 Functions of HRM Human Resource Management - Part 03 Human Resource Management - Part 04 A day in the life of HR Human Resource Management - Part 05 Role of HR personnel Human Resource Management - Part 06
Human Resource Management in Healthcare - Part 01 Importance of HRM Human Resource Management in Healthcare - Part 02 Role of HR Human Resource Management in Healthcare - Part 03
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