NC.BUS-1B - Employment Law Fundamentals - Christina Chung
|Course:||Employment Law Fundamentals|
Hello and Welcome to the course! I am very excited that you are taking this course to sharpen your professional skills and I am thrilled to share in your personal and professional development journey.
This is a 16-hour course offered over a two week period. Be sure to post to the first discussion by the deadline in order to stay enrolled in the course.
Examines relevant state and federal employment laws that impact the workplace.
What to Expect in this Course
We strongly encourage you to strive toward passing the Human Resources Academy courses. If you earn a passing grade in all courses associated with a certificate you can earn a certificate of completion! This will increase your value to future employers, give you something to show for all your hard work, and strengthen your resume and/or LinkedIn profile! More detailed information can be found on Canvas. In order to receive a Pass for attending this course, participants are encouraged to:
- Watch all videos
- Fully participate in discussion boards
- Complete final assignment
- Earn at least 80% of the total points.
Types of Assessments
This class is offered as noncredit. All noncredit courses are graded as Pass (P) or No Pass (NP). Grade Breakdown: • Pass (P) = 80 - 100% • No Pass (NP) = Less than 80%
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
All course materials will be provided within the Canvas course.
Other Relevant Course Information
Gateway Human Resources Assistant Certificate
Prepares participants with a solid foundation of the human resources functions, basic knowledge of relevant employment laws, and the ability to perform basic human resources activities essential to the employment life cycle. Designed to provide knowledge and skills for employment into an entry-level position in human resources. To earn this certificate, you must complete the following three courses.
- NC.BUS1A FOUNDATIONS OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (16 hours)
Introduces the major areas of responsibilities under human resources and the importance of these functions within a business.
- NC.BUS1B EMPLOYMENT LAW FUNDAMENTALS (16 hours)
Introduces relevant state and federal employment laws that impact the workplace, as well as legal implications and costs of non-compliance with employment laws.
- NC.BUS1C HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (16 hours)
Prepares participants to perform foundational activities in the areas of compliance and safety, recruitment, onboarding, human resources data, and activities occurring in the course of employment.
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Last updated: 12/03/2021 Sub#: 782