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Successful HR professionals are business strategists, coaches and mentors who have exceptional people skills and a passion for working with others. As part of this degree, you ... +
People are an organization's most valuable resource. Human resource management (HRM) is concerned with finding the right staff for an organization and having employed them, nu ... +
You will be trained in new information and communications technology (ICT) in various aspects of marketing, management and supervision teams, the definition of business object ... +
The course is designed to give you a solid foundation in business disciplines, ensuring you can work in a number of roles across organizations or run your own business. The co ... +
The purpose of certification is to train future operational frameworks, high scalability, able to adapt to the demands of an industry in constant flux.
Educate students to become scholars and experts in the field of administration in general and Public Administration in particular.
In today’s competitive marketplace, an Avondale business degree will put you one step ahead of the rest. Avondale’s human resource management program will equip you with admin ... +
Human resource management covers many areas, including training, payroll, internal and social relations, the establishment of new social laws such as the 35 hours and the RTT ... +
The holder of DEESAD - Executive Assistant is the right hand of the leader. It manages the business and entrepreneur projects. He schedules and assigns the necessary means for ... +
The holder of DEESDIST - Manager radius or commercial space ensures the administrative and financial management of the radius (management of goods, equipment, implementation o ... +
Knowing Europe by understanding its institutions, international organizations, geopolitical, Knowing conduct a recruitment ...
Seeking professional medical secretary is a constant concern for health professionals.
Two thousand per year in the next decade: the number of accounting and payroll managers that companies of all sizes should recruit.