Human Resources Management


Course Description

The greatest asset of any business is its people. Human resources professionals help guide organizations with sound practices — hiring the right people, training them to be effective and developing strategies to motivate and inspire. Loyalist grads meet the academic requirements to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam (CKE) and apply for the CHRP designation.

As businesses get more competitive and legislative changes become more complex, the demand for human resources professionals who can help guide organizational change continues to rise.

  • Prepare for a career as an HR manager, HR development officer, planning analyst, training coordinator, HR Information System (HRIS) specialist, payroll coordinator or health and safety officer.
  • Graduates find positions in business, government and not-for-profit organizations, as well as private consulting.
  • Earning potential for a vice-president tops $170,000 per year.

Is it for you?

HR is the ultimate “people person” career. This program can lead to rewarding work for individuals who:

  • Genuinely like working with people.
  • Are good at motivating others.
  • Enjoy a leadership role.
  • Are adaptable to continuous change

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