Recruiting and retaining talent with skills unique to specific manufacturing niches is one of the challenges in manufacturing that continues to confront employers. In fact, a Tooling U-SME Millennial survey revealed 8 out of 10 manufacturers have concerns about meeting workforce demands over the next 5 years. Solution- recruitment is the heart of any meaningful recruitment strategy and a strong retention program can make the difference between keeping and losing talented employee.
A skilled human resources manager can help to foster an environment where employee turnover is less and adverse actions are captured before the employee decides to leave the company. Some of these skills include: hiring smart, fair and competitive compensation, attractive benefits, train and mentor, recognize employee achievements, regular feedback both public and confidential, award-winning work culture, and fostering teamwork.
For most people, work is just a means to an end. It’s a way to make a buck. And it doesn’t have to be. Work can have meaning, it can be empowering, and can be something where you feel like you are doing something for the world, whatever your job is.
This course is a comprehensive study of Human Resource Manufacturing principals and body of knowledge. Students will learn the historical perspective of the profession, management concepts and strategic applications, workplace health and safety regulations and workforce planning. The program targets professionals seeking to obtain a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification.