Human Resource Management (HRM) is seen by the practitioners as a more innovative view of workplacemanagement than the traditional approach of dealing with the management of people. Its techniques force the managers of an enterprise to express the HRM goals with specificity so that the objective and goals can be understood by the workforce, and appropriate strategies can be undertaken by the workforce. HRM then provides the necessary resources needed for the workforce to successfully accomplish their objectives and targets. As such, HRM techniques, when properly practiced, are expressive of the goals and operating practices of the enterprise overall.
There is a steady increase of the business graduates who are interested to develop their career in HR. Incases, these graduates need a hands-on understanding of the subject and its practice in addition to their academic knowledge gained from the university degree. At the same time HR practitioners without the required HRM background also need to learn how to link the HRM theories and concepts with appropriate HRM practices to develop their organisational policies, procedures, and systems to contribute in the organisations goal achievement target fulfilment. This course, therefore, offers the opportunity for the people who are already involved in HR professions or have a plan to join in the future, to enhance the knowledge of HRM.
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