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Human Resources Concepts (U.S.)

Description:

Our Human Resources Concepts test measures your knowledge of the core areas of Human Resources. Designed for human resource professionals and experienced managers, this test covers the following topics: Recruiting, Compensation, Benefits, Job Analysis, Labor Relations, Managing Employees, Occupational Safety and Health, Training and Development, and Strategic HR.

This test is associated with a Job Role. Please visit the Job Role Center for more details.

$49.95

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Test Outline


Benefits
Common Benefits
Employee Services
Management of Benefits
Role of Income Replacement Benefits
Compensation Management
Challenges
Incentive Systems
Job Evaluation
Job Pricing
New Approaches
Diversity Management
Affirmative Action/EEO
Challenges
Managing Diversity
Strategic Importance
Labor Relations
Administering the Contract
Collective Agreements
Collective Bargaining
Goals & Structures of Unions
Impact of Union Representation
Managing Employees
Communications
Discipline
Employee Retention
Employee Rights
Occupational Safety & Health-Contemporary Issues
Occupational Safety & Health-Occupational Stress
Occupational Safety & Health-Rehabilitation
Performance Appraisals
Workplace Injuries & Health Hazards
Recruiting
Advertising
Application Forms
Constraints
Sources
Selection
Employment Tests
Hiring Decision
Interviews
Medical Evaluations
Review of Application Forms
Strategic Role of HR
Challenges
HR Information Systems
HR Planning
Staffing & Retention
Strategies
Structure & Roles
Training & Development
Career Planning
Employee Training
Job Analysis
Job Design
Management Development
Orientation
Strategic Importance of Job Analysis