Human resource management is more of an umbrella term for learning about a company’s administrative activities, such as hiring, retention, strategic planning, benefits, and payroll administration, to serve as a bridge between the management and the employees. Along with employees, HR managers are responsible for establishing, organising, and maintaining the corporate culture.
They also assist employees in resolving workplace disputes, advancing their careers (via learning and development programmes), improving communication skills, enhancing the experience (business lifecycle), and ensuring comfort and security in their workplaces.
- You can apply your knowledge and HR perspective to developing an organization’s strategy.
- You may assist your organisation in developing a workplace culture that encourages people to become leaders and fosters a creative and exciting environment.
- You will learn how to be a good leader and will be able to put together a plan to do so.
- You can contribute to developing a leadership and coaching system that will help employees become more agile and create innovative and problem-solving teams.
- You’ll be able to apply ethical frameworks to organisational culture and solve various difficulties.