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Online Bachelor's Degree In Human Resources

Human resources (HR) covers a wide range of jobs, from an HR generalist at a small firm who covers all human resources work, to a director of HR at a massive corporation who supervises an HR team of managers who each specialize in one aspect of human resources, such as:

  • Benefits
  • Compensation
  • Employment and placement
  • Labor relations
  • Training and development

A bachelor's degree in human resources, either from an online or traditional university, can cover a variety of areas including:

  • Career management
  • Civil rights
  • Compensation systems
  • Employee testing and assessment
  • Job training programs
  • Human resources dynamics, laws, and regulations
  • Motivation
  • Recruitment
  • Work systems

Greater flexibility and the convenience of attending any school without relocating are just some of the advantages of attending an online university.

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