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Course overview

Learn about the principles and concepts that frame federal HRM, the rules that govern HRM actions in the federal government, and the relationships between the following HRM functions: compensation, hiring, employee retention, performance management, and human resources relations.

  • Instructor assistance and feedback on assignments
  • Facilitated blogging and discussions
This course is part of the Human Resources ManagementCertificate Program, Level I, which can be completed entirely through distance education.

Enroll anytime in this online course. All materials supplied. Instructor-based study. Self-paced; take up to six months to complete.

Equivalent Classroom Course: Federal Human Resources Management (PMGT7011D)

Who should attend?

Federal HR practitioners; administrative, EEO, or employee relations staff; and anyone who needs knowledge of federal HR management.

Learning outcomes

  • Identify the principles upon which the federal human resources management (HRM) system is based and describe how they affect federal HRM decisions
  • Describe the differences between Title 5 and Title 5-exempt organizations and how these differences impact federal HRM practices
  • Discuss the compensation process, including classification, pay and benefits, and describe how equal pay for equal work is accomplished
  • Describe the hiring process and how it is implemented in the federal government
  • Discuss performance management in the federal government,including employee development and performance appraisal processes
  • Describe equal employment opportunity (EEO), employee relations and labor relations programs, including EEO complaint processing, agency administrative grievance systems, and union/management relations

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