Building Human Resources
People are the most valuable asset in most organizations. The Human Resources (HR) function plays a key role in developing, reinforcing, and changing the culture of an organization. But many small, growing organizations don’t have the luxury of a dedicated Human Resources professional. The burden of developing and implementing an HR strategy falls on the leader, who is often busy with other concerns. This can result in a lack of a deliberate HR strategy, which can be detrimental to the organization and its employees. This introductory program offers an overview of HR strategy and the most important aspects of Human Resources.
Introduction to Building Human Resources
Human Resources is the backbone of organizations. Nikki Pounds introduces HR in her first program.
Recruitment and Staffing
The first foundation of HR is recruitment and staffing.
Compensation and Benefits
The second foundation of HR is compensation and benefits.
Training and Development
The next foundation of HR is training and development.
Employee relations is another foundational piece of HR.
Labor Law, Compliance, and Safety
In order to truly understand HR, you have to have knowledge of Labor Law, Compliance, and Safety.
Conclusion and Key Takeaways
Nikki ends the program with key takeaways from the foundations of HR.
Nikki Pounds Bio
Nikki Pounds is the owner of HR Unequivocally, a Human Resources Consulting firm that provides a pragmatic approach to complex human resources matters, leadership and organizational development, team coaching, and training. Nikki holds a Master of Human Resource Development from Clemson Universit...