|languages||English, German, Greek, Latin|
Experience: 0 years
Human Resources: Majors in human resources (HR) management study employment-related issues that affect people in the workplace. You study topics such as recruitment, staffing, training, performance management, compensation, labor relations, and health and safety, in order to support the goals and strategies of business organization. Typical courses in this major include organizational behavior, managing individuals and teams, recruitment and staffing, occupational safety and health, employment law, statistics, compensation and benefits, training and development, performance management, employee and labor relations, international human resources management, etc. Lessons may be in business administration courses such as marketing, finance, accounting, statistics, information systems, and organizational behavior. Lessons may also be in the strictly human resources courses such as employment law, training and development, recruitment and staffing, employee and labor relations, international human resources management, etc. Lessons often consult the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) for structuring and standardization and planning of lessons.