The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way we work and adding new and unfamiliar pressure on organisations, leaders and employees. In this webinar, we ask the big question: “How can Human Resource Management (HRM) practitioners respond and help ease the stress associated with an ever-moving landscape?”
Industrial Organisational Psychologist, Ashley Motene, and Organisation Development Consultant, Beatrice Attrill, discussed a variety of themes relating to organisational changes. Elaborating on how these changes are influencing people management education, training and practice.
In this webinar along with input, questions and solutions from our attendees, watch as our experts discuss the shifting workplace.
What is Human Resource Management?
Human Resource Management encompasses numerous people-related processes such as recruiting, selecting, providing orientation, motivating employees. As well as ensuring employees safety, welfare and healthy measures in compliance with labour laws of the land, among others. Never has this field of expertise been more relevant in the workforce before.
If you’re interested in a degree that develops critical skills to help you lead the way in contemporary and impactful human resource management (HRM). Apply online today.
SACAP offers a Bachelor of Applied Social Science majoring in Psychology and Human Resource Management (HRM), designed to develop robust knowledge, skills and understanding of the human resource theories. As well as practices, methodologies and competencies in the field. Equipping you with the necessary toolkit to function effectively and meaningfully in a human resource role. Successful graduates are then eligible for admission to both the HRM honours degree or postgraduate studies in psychology.