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HRM 230 Talent Acquisition: Staffing, Recruitment, and Selection

5 credits
This course covers employment decisions concerning building a staff and maintaining a talented workforce. Various methods of locating qualified job candidates and assessing a candidate’s suitability for employment are covered.

Prerequisites: ABED 40  (or placement into MATH 87  or higher) and ENGL 99  (or placement into ENGL& 101 )

Course Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Describe an effective staffing plan for an organization
  • Identify successful strategies for developing a diverse talent pool of qualified candidates 
  • Describe factors to consider when designing a job, including job analysis and job descriptions
  • Identify different candidate sourcing options
  • Identify techniques to successfully select the best candidate
  • Compare and contrast the value of different assessment methods for identifying a candidate’s suitability for employment
  • Describe the various factors that must be taken into account when designing the job, including job analysis and job descriptions
  • Explain the importance of onboarding employees to familiarize them with the organization, their jobs, and their work units
  • Describe the relationship of employee orientation to productivity, motivation, and success
  • Explain the implications of employment laws related to recruitment and selection
  • Adjust to the markets to compete for talent through hiring and developing employees in order to execute business strategies

Total Hours: 50 Theory (Lecture) Hours: 50