HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION
Management is probably not something you frequently think about, nor do you often wonder why companies need managers or what they jobs entail. As a ship needs a captain to navigate waterways, an effective organization needs managers to perform key functions. Whether you own a business, or are employed by a private or public entity, for profit or non-profit, management skills are essential.
So, what are managers and what are their different organizational roles? Managers' duties include planning, organizing, directing, and controlling but there are different types of managers. As demonstrated in the sample Organizational Chart, managers are an instrumental because they must be able to communicate information effectively with all levels of employees.
The chart demonstrates the need for both Human Resources Management and Management and Supervision which are distinctly different. Why are these areas different? Isn't it all the same? Let's look at the difference.
Human Resources Management focuses on a company's competitiveness, growth, and success and are charged with finding, screening, recruiting, and training job applicants, and administering employee-benefit programs, in compliance with federal and state laws.
The Human Resources Program supports the following occupations: Human Resources Assistant, Human Resources Coordinator, Human Resources Specialist, Human Resources Compensation Specialist, Human Resources Compensation Coordinator, Human Resources Benefits Specialist, Human Resources, Benefits Coordinator, and for individuals who want to upgrade their skills and knowledge in the key area of Human Resources or Human Capital Management.
Management and Supervision focuses the numerous responsibilities of creating a cohesive and communicative company culture which promotes engaged and high-performing organizational teams. The Management and Supervision Program prepares students to obtain employment as a management trainee, supervision assistant, shift Leader / coordinator, entry-level production supervisor, team leader, and team leaders, first line managers and a wide range of other positions.