EKU is proud to partner with Mind Edge Learning to offer a wide variety of options for Human Resource training! We have something for everyone; whether you're looking to sharpen a particular skill, obtain an HR Management certification, earn credit toward your SHRM re-certification, or study for the PHR (Professional in Human Resources) certification. All courses are 100% online, self paced, and can be completed on a computer, tablet, or smartphone.
CEUs: 2.1 (Contact Hours: 21) | HRCI Credits: 17 (General) | SHRM Credits: 14
An effective human resource management strategy is a valuable asset to any company, but those running small businesses often cannot justify designating a full-time HR professional to manage employee relations, compensation, policy-making, performance management, and employee appraisals.
CEUs: .3 (Contact Hours: 3) | HRCI Credits: 3.5 (General) | SHRM Credits: 3.5
Understanding compensation practices and policies is crucial for any business owner, HR professional, or manager. In this introductory-level course, you will consider issues surrounding the key aspects of pay policy: legal requirements, pay equity within an organization, competitive pay within the relevant industry, how and when to grant raises, and different ways payment can be structured.
CEUs: .3 (Contact Hours: 3) | HRCI Credits: 3 (Specified - Strategic Business)
Big data and data analytics are changing how businesses run and managers do their jobs. In this course, you will explore how human resource managers use data to provide beter support to the employees they manage and to contribute to the strategic practices of their organizations. You will learn about different kinds of data and analyses, and you will consider how data collection and organization may factor into problem-solving processes.
CEUs: .3 (Contact Hours: 3) | HRCI Credits: 3.5 (General)
From establishing an ethics code to handling disciplinary issues, human resource managers play a key role in protecting the rights of employees by ensuring they are treated fairly, and that appropriate laws and policies are enforced. In this course, you will learn about issues relating to employee rights in the workplace. We'll consider the relationship between HR and ethics, employment laws that protect the rights of workers, and appropriate procedures for disciplining and terminating employees.
CEUs: .3 (Contact Hours: 3) |HRCI Credits: 3 (General)
The safety of employees should be a primary concern for employers. Human resource managers play a crucial role in ensuring workplaces are not only as safe as possible, but also in compliance with safety-related rules and guidelines. This course introduces various workplace hazards and health issues and explores the relationship between employers and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
CEUs: .3 (Contact Hours:3) | HRCI Credits: 3.5 (General) | SHRM Credits:3
Hiring the right staff for the job can be make or break. In this introductory-level course, you will learn about the process of selecting the best candidate from a large, diverse pool of high-quality applicants.
CEUs: .3 (Contact Hours: 3) | HRCI Creits: 2.5 (General) | SHRM Credits: 2.5
Equal Employment Opportunity is an important concept for HR Managers, employees, and job applicants to understand. In this introductory-level course, you will learn about many of the major employment laws, Equal Opportunity issues, and the anti-discriminatory regulations employers must be aware of in hiring, promoting, and firing employees.
CEUs: .3 ( Contact Hours: 3)
Human Resource Management includes the vital tasks of recruiting, screening, interviewing, training, appraising, disciplining, rewarding, and developing the employee - both for business and non-profit enterprises. Since all managers have HR responsibilities, it is important that they have an understanding of the key concepts of this increasingly important function, especially since many decisions they make about employees have possible legal ramifications.
CEUs: .3 (Contact Hours: 3) | HRCI Credits: 3 (General) | SHRM Credits: 3
In its broadest sense, "performance management" is what every good manager does every day: makes sure employees know what they need to do to achieve the organization's goals, checks to make sure the employees are doing these things, praises employees, and uses constructive criticism when that is not the case. A formal performance management system simply makes sure all those management tasks get done consistently across the organization. This introductory-level course considers these varied elements of performance management.
CEUs: 0.5 | HRCI Credits: 1 (General)
Preventing Sexual Harassment provides a guide for managers for recognizing rexual harassment and unlawful discrimination in the workplace and for responding to and solving complaints.
CEUs: .3 (Contact Hours: 3) | HRCI Credits: 2 (General) | SHRM Credits: 2
Drawing on material from Harvard Business School professor D. Quinn Mills' book, Principles of Human Resource Management, this introductory level course covers the challenges and issues that organizations face in developing and retaining their employees.
CEUs: 2.5 (Contact hours: 25)
This completely online and self-paced, six module Human REsources management course provides a comprehensive preparation for the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification exam. This course includes exam-taking tips, a detailed diagnostic test, practice questions at the end of each module, and a full length 175-question practice exam. A total of 365 practice questions address the six knowledge areas covered in the PHR exam.