Business leaders know that people are their most important asset. Employees are now human capital, and while creating a strong corporate culture may be a business issue, it is the responsibility of the human resources professionals to establish a framework of policies, practices and actions to meet the workforce needs. The role of the human resource manager cannot be understated. Often times, he/she supervises and oversees one of the largest departments found within an organization. The human resource manager’s professional role within the organizational framework is complex. He/she must supervise his/her own department personnel, oversee all business, financial and legal issues relating to all company employees as well as implement strategies to improve the hiring and training process and reduce personnel turnover.
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Many companies seek candidates with a degree in human resource management to qualify for advancement or management opportunities.
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Columbia Southern University undergraduate degrees in HRM align with SHRM's HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates.