While mindful of significant legal, financial, social, organizational and other concerns, employee relations specialists work to balance the needs of the company with the needs of its talent. This includes dealing with development and motivation, competitive wages and benefits, ethics codes and regulations, and retention.
6 Results in Employment Relations, Distance learning
Interested in developing the people management skills needed to lead and build entire organisations? Our online, part-time MSc in Human Resource Management (HRM)will equip you ... +
Our Master’s in Human Resources with Employment Law Online programme enables professionals to specialise in the legal aspects of human resource management and employment. With ... +
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NSU's online Master of Science in Employment Law designed specifically to help train you for an impactful career in ensuring equitable employment for all persons.