Talent Management

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Course Description:
The study of the process by which firms project their human resource needs and the policies and practices they use to meet these needs. Firms must identify, acquire, develop, and allocate scarce and difficult-to-retain talent to ensure the achievement of business objectives. Topics include employment branding, lateral hiring, talent shortages, career paths, internal development, and managing non-traditional sources of labor. This class will allow current and future entrepreneurs, general managers, and human resource professionals to design and implement effective, cutting-edge talent management systems. [2]

2 Credit(s)

Please Note: Not all courses are scheduled each semester. Complete class schedules are available upon enrollment.