Human Resources Management (HRM) department aims to develop expertise in broader-based business management and the more specific function of human resources management. Thus, the department focuses on how every organisation’s success depends on its ability to recruit, motivate and retain high-quality staff. HRM is also about the relationship between employers and employees, and how people are managed in the workplace. This covers areas such as recruitment and selection, training and developing, and managing conflict at work.
Human resources, defined as the staff, managers, executives, and other individuals, who are employed directly and indirectly by an organization, whether it is a manufacturing plant, a service provider, a financial institution, a government agency, or a non-profit entity, are part of an organization’s assets. They have value, require an investment of time and capital, and must be managed to effectively coordinate the activities of an organization and meet the goals of a business. They are also subject to laws that regulate the fair and ethical treatment of employees within the labour market. HRM is the specialized field in which these concerns are integrated into coherent strategies for managing an organization’s human resources. Students specialising in HRM will be able to find jobs such as human resources officer/manager, recruitment officer/manager, career advisor, training and development officer and management consultant.
Tel: +90 392 660 2000 – 2601
Fax: +90 392 660 2603
Postal Address: European University of Lefke
Lefke, Northern Cyprus TR-10 Mersin, Turkey