Upon completion of the program, students will be able to...
- Discuss features, founders, and benefits of various management perspectives, skills required by managers, and the need for an ethical business structure and a diverse business environment
- Explain specific responsibilities of and skills needed for human resource management (HRM), types of illegal discrimination, and techniques to conduct successful interviews and choose prospective employees appropriately
- Demonstrate methods of organizing material for a professional setting by composing business memos, emails, outlines, reports, and proposals using the ABC method
- Discuss the features and examples of various compensation strategies, calculate appropriate pay increases, and analyze features of total compensation
- Explain accepted theories regarding training and the management of the training function in organizations, and identify successful and unsuccessful training practices
- Describe the legally required social insurance programs for employees in the United States, the difference between group and individual insurance; the requirements for qualified pension plans, and evaluate benefit packages to determine comprehensive plan coverage
- Explain the features of labor organizations, the effects of labor unions on employees and businesses, and how labor organizations fit into the business structure of the United States