Human Resource Management (HRM) is an essential area of business which sustains the other functional departments of the company. Effective recruitment practices and follo
About the Program
Human Resource Management (HRM) is an essential area of business which sustains the other functional departments of the company. Effective recruitment practices and following best practices when addressing employee benefits and remuneration as per the local law are underpinnings to the success of any business. This Masters in Human Resource Management received a number of commendations of good practice from the CIPD, including the University’s responsive and innovative approach to programme delivery.
This MSc Human Resources program will develop valuable core competencies in people management. This course is CIPD accredited and is highly rated among HR professionals. This course is designed to educate you with specialist skills and expertise to be effective in ensuring the human capital of any organization meets its full potential and assure the wellbeing of the employees in the process. The Human Resource management subjects list includes recruitment and selection, training and development, employee relations and performance management....
The University of Leicester MSc in Human Resource Management and Training programme is aimed to develop the ‘academically-informed’ practitioner-researcher. In particular
MSc in Human Resource Management and Training
The programme is aimed to develop the ‘academically-informed’ practitioner-researcher. In particular, this Masters degree places human resource management and training within your national and international context; to study the ways in which employee and organisational development are closely related to human resource topics such as recruitment, performance appraisal, teamwork and motivation; to equip you with the professional knowledge and skills relevant to the management of human resources and training. As part of this, the course equips you with the necessary skills to undertake research work in the broad area of human resources....