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Title: Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management
  • Fisher College of Business
  • Undergraduate Specialization

  • What is Human Resource Management (HRM)?
  • Human Resource Management at Fisher
  • Sample Job Titles and Descriptions
  • HRM Organizations
  • Further HRM Education
  • HRM Salaries and Outlook
  • Student and Professional Organizations
  • Study Abroad Opportunities
  • HRM Department Contact Information

What is HRM?
  • Human Resource Management (HRM) is a general term
    used to describe a variety of functions aimed at
    effectively managing an organization's employees
    or "human resources"
  • HRM professionals oversee the "people" side of an
    organization including compensation and benefits,
    career development, training, hiring, and many
    other functions
  • The goal of HRM is to assist organizations to
    meet their strategic goals by attracting and
    retaining qualified employees, and managing them
    effectively while ensuring that the organization
    complies with all appropriate labor laws

More on HRM
  • Human resource managers are responsible for
    recruiting, training, utilizing and maintaining
    qualified work forces, both in industry and
  • This involves such activities as writing job
    descriptions, interviewing and testing
    applicants, administering salary and benefit
    programs, staff training, counseling employees
    concerning their personal and job problems,
    dealing with rule violation and conducting
    research in employment problems
  • This specialization prepares the student either
    for graduate study in human resources management
    or in employment in various business areas
  • It provides professional training in principles
    and practices of procuring, developing,
    maintaining, and utilizing an effective and
    harmonious staff of executives and employees, and
    to provide a basic and integrated foundation of
    broad social and cultural course work

Preparation for HRM
  • A Bachelors degree with a specialization in Human
    Resources in a necessity
  • The course work should include courses in
    business administration, applied psychology,
    statistics, human resource policy, political
    science, sociology, writing and public speaking
  • For some human resource positions, educational
    requirements may be even more specialized
  • Extracurricular college activities are often
    given considerable emphasis, as is part-time or
    summer employment.
  • Personal qualities of importance include the
    ability to speak and write effectively, and
    better than average skills in working with people
    of all levels of intelligence and experience
  • Persuasiveness, diplomacy, and a pleasing
    personality are also considered necessary for

HRM Curriculum
  • Specific information about the HRM Specialization
    can be found on the Fisher website under
  • - Undergraduate Programs
  • - Academics
  • - Specializations
  • - Human Resources
  • There you will find a complete list requirements
    as downloadable pdf files

Types of HRM Jobs
  • Generalist
  • Human Resource Assistant or Specialist
  • Employment, Recruiting and Placement
  • Interviewer, EEO Specialist or College Recruiter
  • Training and Development
  • Trainer, Orientation Specialist
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Salary Administrator, Compensation Analyst, and
    Benefits Administrator

Types of HRM Jobs
  • Employee and Labor Relations
  • Labor Relations Specialist, Plant Personnel
    Assistant, Employee Relations Specialist
  • Health, Safety and Security
  • Safety specialist, Security Specialist, Employee
    Assistance Program Counselor, Medical Program
  • Human Resource Information Managers

Types of HRM Organizations
  • Small and Large Businesses
  • Employment Agencies/Search Firms
  • Government Agencies
  • Labor Unions
  • Not-for-Profit Agencies
  • Schools, Colleges and Universities
  • Consulting Firms

Companies Who Have Recruited HRM
  • Cardinal Health
  • Dupont
  • Exxon-Mobil
  • Ford
  • General Electric
  • Honeywell
  • IBM
  • International Paper

Limited Distribution Services Marathon Ashland
Petroleum Menasha Nestle Owens Corning Raytheon Sh
ell Whirlpool
Further Education
  • Undergraduate Degrees
  • Behavioral Sciences, General Business, Business
    Labor Law
  • Masters Degrees
  • Human Resource Management, Labor Relations,
    Organizational Behavior/Development
  • A Masters degree is preferred in todays
    competitive market
  • Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI)
  • PHR (Professional in Human Resources)
  • SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources)
    based on experience, exam, and course requirements

HRM Salaries
  • Fisher College of Business (2011-2012)
  • Full-time 44,241
  • Intern 2,454/month
  • NACE Salary Survey (2011)
  • Full-time 49,944

HRM Salaries
  • Starting salaries tend to vary with the type of
  • Employers involved in manufacturing and heavy
    industry offer higher starting salaries than the
    service organization

Job Outlook
  • Expected to grow 17 between 2006 -2016, faster
    than the average for all occupations
  • The market in HRM is competitive
  • Vast majority of organizations do not recruit on
    college campuses for HR openings companies often
    seek people who are mature and experienced
    professionals, often promoting from within the
    organization (SHRM)
  • NETWORKING is critical in this field
  • Some large companies recruit recent HR graduates
    for their training programs. Promotion into HR
    from there is possible.
  • Many women succeed in this field many advance
    into top management positions

More on the HRM Job Outlook
  • Human resource managers are employed in nearly
    all kinds of business enterprises and government
  • In addition, a number of human resource managers
    are employed in college and universities
  • Although the competition for the trainee is
    likely to be keen in many parts of the country,
    employment prospects are best for college
    graduates with specialized training
  • Generally, employment in human resources work is
    expected to expand rapidly as companies grow in
    size and realize the importance of human resources

Student Organizations
  • Human Resources Association
  • http//
  • Business Builders
  • http//
  • Undergraduate Business Student Forum
  • http//

What Does the Human Resources Association Do?
  • The Human Resources Association is dedicated to
    promoting the Human Resources profession and
    teaching fellow students its importance in every
  • We strive to recruit individuals into the Human
    Resources major and are committed to helping our
    members be prepared for their chosen profession

Professional Organizations
  • Society for Human Resource Management
  • http//
  • Professional and student chapters
  • Institute for International Human Resources
  • http//
  • The Human Resource Planning Society
  • http//
  • American Society for Training Development
  • http//
  • For links to many other related organizations, go
  • http//

Study Abroad Exchange Contacts
  • CIBER (Center for International Business and
  • http//
  • Office of International Education (OSU)
  • http//
  • OIE has many other opportunities for business and
    non-business opportunities to supplement the
    Fisher curriculum

Study Abroad Exchange Programs (CIBER)
  • Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Technische Universitat Dresden, Germany
  • Nantes Summer School, France
  • Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
  • Quinn School of Business, Dublin, Ireland
  • London School of Economics, England
  • Instituto Technologico y de Estudios Superiores
    de Monterrey, Mexico
  • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • Singapore Management University
  • Curtin School of Business, Perth, Australia

Max M. Fisher College of Business
  • Academic Department Management and Human
  • Ohio State University
  • 700 Fisher Hall
  • 2100 Neil Avenue
  • Columbus, OH 43210-1144
  • (614)292-5028
  • http//

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