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Human Resources Associate
Confidential Information Handling
Ensures the privacy of employee data and confidential personnel situations at all times.
Accepts accountability for consistent accuracy in all tasks.
Demonstrates understanding of the regulatory environment that shapes HR policies.
Uses industry best practices to support the development of company policies.
Uses talent acquisition systems and best practices to identify, recruit, and hire new employees to the organization.
HR Information Systems
Uses HR management systems and administrative software to complete necessary job functions.
Employee Development & Training
Uses industry standards and company resources to craft policy to shape the development of employees.
Facilitates the process of creating and establishing performance standards and measuring employees’ performance.
Executes the company process and requirements for new hires.
Talent Engagement & Retention
Fosters employee loyalty, builds inter-department relations, and executes company-wide events.
Behaves and adopts a demeanor that builds trust and credibility with others.
Human Resources Management 1
Provides an overview of the contemporary issues, theories, and principles used to manage human resources. Includes recurring, placement, training, management, compensation, and benefits.
Human Resources Management II
Emphasizes HR trends, equal opportunity and safety, training and development, approaching and improving performance, and global issues in HR.
Legal Environment of Business
Emphasizes public law, regulation of business, ethical considerations, and relationships within society, government, and business.
Emphasizes effective business writing and cover letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. Includes business communication fundamentals and international communication.
Problem Solving in the Business Environment
Introduces problem solving and decision-making processes associated with a business environment.
Associate Professional in Human Resources (aPHR) Credential
Requires GED; no previous HR experience needed. First certification designed for professional looking to begin their career in HR.