Human Resources Management
For Public & Nonprofit Organizations
HUS 520
3 credit hours

Professor William R. Griffin, JD, MM, MS, BS


This course introduces students to the field of management in human services organizations. It focuses on the knowledge & skills required by those who supervise employees on a daily basis. Employee & agency rights as well as legal issues pertaining to employment will be discussed as well as recruiting & training a volunteer workforce.  Interviewing skills in the workplace will be practiced. The course provides an overview of the numerous federal laws, executive orders, & court decisions which have shaped the field of management in human services. A solid understanding of these concepts & laws are essential to operating successfully in the field of human services administration.


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COURSE MATERIAL

Greeting

 Syllabus


 

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OTHER RESOURCES (posted periodically)


      • Griffin Guidebook: Making Sense of Writing Research Papers

• APA Sample Formatting Guide

• 2015 Nonprofit Sector In Brief

• The Changing Role of Private, Nonprofit Organizations in the Development and Delivery of Human Services in the US 

• Sample Research Log