The full-time professors of our Human Resources Management faculty are dedicated to teaching our students practical, real-world lessons about managing organizations' most important resource: their people. In your introductory course, you'll benefit from our faculty's human resources experience by learning how to think about employment law and compliance, recruitment, selection, training and development of staff, compensation and benefits, motivation and performance appraisal from an HR perspective.
As you move through the program, our faculty members will teach you key lessons about employment law, training development and design, HR information systems and human capital management. Our professors believe in educating students on how to take a strategic approach to managing employees and will impart knowledge around recruitment and retention practices, legal requirements and applying diverse approaches to specific situations in handling HR planning, forecasting, performance management affirmative action and succession planning.
You'll also learn from our faculty how to focus on the selection, implementation and maintenance of HR information systems that help manage staffing, performance appraisals, compensation, compliance and workforce planning. Of course, before you can hire new staff, you need to make sure your organization is prepared to properly train them. In Training Development and Design, our Human Resources Management degree faculty will show you important theoretical models for training an development and connect them to the practical, real-world impacts these training lessons have on an organization's ability to succeed.
As you move through the program, Peirce College's HR faculty will help you learn how to develop an organization in working toward a specific result; how to develop a workplace rewards system; maintain effective labor and employee relations; and to understand the implications of the globalized, diversified workforce on human resources management.