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What Can You do With a Graduate Degree in Human Resource Management?

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Human Resource Management is designed to help you excel in a leadership position, whether managing the personnel activities of a small growing business, a corporate department or a global corporation. You will know the practical techniques that are essential to day-to-day human resource management…from:

  • Recruitment to training
  • Labor relations
  • Benefit planning
  • Compensation
  • Legal issues of employment
  • Employment and Placement Managers
  • Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists
  • As a generalist, you might find yourself negotiating a labor agreement; designing a pay structure; developing and implementing a strategic hiring plan; optimizing business technology; performing a compensation analysis; addressing employee safety; solving personnel conflicts; managing teams effectively; resolving security issues; and more.
  • EEO Officers
  • Employer Relations Representatives
  • Occupational Analysts
  • Compensation Managers
  • Employee Benefits Managers
  • Training and Development Managers
  • Labor Relations Managers

Places of Employment:

  • Large and small organizations
  • Finance firms
  • Educational Institutions
  • Financial institutions
  • Hotel, restaurant, and retail chains
  • Manufacturing firms
  • Hospitals and healthcare organizations
  • Employment and staffing agencies
  • Professional employment organizations (PEOs)
  • Military research organizations
  • Test preparation companies
  • Government-all levels
  • Staffing agencies
  • Union organizations
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Labor unions
  • Federal government agencies including: Department of Labor, Employment Security Commission, Bureau of Labor
  • Local and state government agencies

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