Human Resources Management


Career Objectives

Consolidate criteria between workers and enterprise to achieve their goals and attain a higher quality of working life for the personnel who work there.


Professional Profile

Businessmen have become aware of the people who work in an enterprise are decisive in the success of this one, because if they don’t have the needed skill or knowledge or they are not in conformity with their job, it won’t be possible to enter to the competitive world of business and therefore develop the enterprise.

For this reason, the Human Resources Professional, on one side, looks into responding to people’s aspirations and the welfare of those who work there, as also training people the enterprise needs, to attain the peak performance in the objectives achievement of the organization.

His scope is the labor relations management, promoting internal communication and taking steps that make professional and private life more suitable.

He prevents and resolves labor disputes for the benefit of the individuals involved and also for the benefit of the organization they work for, seeking in this way, greater cohesion in the achievements of the goals pursued.

For it, he counts on knowledge of how companies are operated and conducted, to enter in their objectives, as also their working, administrative and legal links between employees and the company.


Specific tasks or activities carried out in the profession

He directs the enterprise’s personnel selection and recruitment, looking for the fitter ones for the different needs of the enterprise.

He starts up specific programs for the personnel’s training and development in order to keep up with the latest knowledge and technologies regarding the task to be performed.

He interprets and checks the compliance with current regulations referred to the employment law, of safety and working environment conditions.

He studies and establishes obligations and attributions of the company’s personnel.

He formulates an appropriate system of incentives in order to increase personnel’s productivity.

He advises on the implementation of rules and internal regulations.

He studies the workload of the different job positions and proposes the appropriate amendments, intended to rationalize the tasks distribution.

He studies and evaluates changes in professional categories and salaries.

He plans personnel shifts, holiday periods, special authorization granting, he elaborates work absenteeism figures, productivity ones, etc.

In all these tasks, he has to perform functions of conducting and coordinating meetings, preparing reports, payrolls, etc.

He carries out the personal business management, such as hiring, dismissal, social welfare, etc.

He meets requests on the part of workers to respond to their aspirations.

He directs and monitors the social services for the workers (*commissary, lunchrooms, student grants, transportation, etc.)

He carries out studies and researches focused on understanding work-related problems and phenomena.

He relates to senior and middle-level management, for the policies to take, and also with the personnel, who are the base of the internal satisfaction of the enterprise.

He represents the company in its negotiations with workers and before law courts and other organisms.


Occupational Field

All kinds of companies

Industries

Labor unions

Government bodies

Consulting independently


Estimated time of College years:

Around 4 years


Main courses considered in the syllabus.

Basic Training Courses

Mathematics (2 semesters)

General Psychology

*Social Psychology

Professional Training Courses

*Business Management Fundamentals

Applied Statistics

*Financial Management

Information Systems*

*Business Economy

Costing and Budgeting

*Financial Statements

Organization Structure and Design

*Business Informatics

*Business Law

*Employment Law

Language Processing and Management

Organizational Communication

Motivation and Compensation

Competitive Strategy

Work Health and Safety

Human Resources Management

*Elective

*Competences Training and Development

Negotiation and Conflict resolution

Personnel Selection and Assessment

*Ethics


Vocations, Skills and Interests required in the candidate to this career


Interests

Motivation for the right and development of people in their social aspect

Interest in promoting collaboration and coordination in the development of a task

Want to understand people in their feeling and behavior with others

Taste for management and handling of documentation and information

Interest in communicating ideas and reaching agreements with people in direct contact

Business and Practical sense


Skills

Ease of expression to be understood by others

Ease in social interaction, in other words, to know how to deal with human groups

Ability in written communication

Analytical and deductive frame of mind both in the organizational and psychological

Deductibility to integrate multidisciplinary teams

Capacity to lead

Have *empathy


Vocation

Support people’s development in their economic-social aspect and their process to achieve it.

Or any specific dream or longing which feels involved or oriented towards this direction.


Candidate Personality

Well-planned, organized, for an exhaustive and meticulous work, proactive and urban


Work Scope

Urban, Office work, in close contact with people


Related Careers

Occupational Psychology, Public Administration, Social Work, Sociology.


*Glossary of Terms

*Administration: Administer: Direct, govern, conduct, determine the direction, the policies to pursue, lead an enterprise.

Manage the human, economic and technical resources to achieve the peak performance.

*Competences: Set of knowledge, abilities, aptitudes and other needed characteristics to attain a high performance in a certain job position.

*Business Law: Branch of law which regulates business activity of the enterprises.

*Employment Law: Branch of law which regulates relations between the employer and workers, labor union activity and State’s intervention, especially in matters of Social Security.

*Commissary: Commercial establishments of commodity products, where only certain people belonging to an institution can buy.

*Business Economy: Science which studies the effective allocation of resources of an enterprise.

*Elective: Study of the personal characteristics required in a professional career.

*Empathy: A person’s capacity to understand and participate emotionally and affectively and in others’ reality.

*Financial Statements:

It is the final product of accounting which summaries the economical and financial situation of the enterprise.

*Ethics: Discipline which addresses and distinguishes the right behavior from the wrong one.

*Financier: Finance: Finances deal with the collection and determination of the cash flow (inflows or outflows of money) required by the company, in addition to the distribution and management of those funds in order to maximize the economical value of the company.

*Business Informatics: Determination, study of flow and structuring of required information in business.

*Social Psychology: Study of human behavior in different groups such as the work one, familiar, as citizens and inhabitants of a country; and how these influence on them.

*Information System: It is the information in electronic media, which flows within an organization. Example: Sales System, Remunerations, Accounting, etc.

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