Analysis, formulation, and implementation of HR strategies in business organizations.
Strategic Human Resource Management is a required 4.5-ECTS credit course. It is one semester in length and is given in the spring semester of the third year in the degree program.
This course aims to delve deeper into strategic management, within the scope of human resources, practically addressing the different possibilities of thinking about the management of human resources from a strategic perspective. This is done by studying the external and internal analysis prior to the formulation and objectives of the most appropriate strategies for each organization, all within the field of people management.
Therefore, it is a course that encourages the review of human resources management by exploring the strategic audit as a fundamental tool to review activities taken by organizations.
The course is essential for Labor Relations and Human Resources graduates because it forms part of the fundamental knowledge in the formation of these graduates.