Human Resource Management

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Human Resource Management (HRM) professionals perform many vital business activities in organizations. As both private and public sector organizations have become more concerned about such issues as legal compliance and ensuring employee work behaviors are aligned with strategic objectives, the demand for well-trained HRM professionals has increased greatly. Practitioners in HRM are involved in a variety of important, interesting, and challenging activities. They establish and implement policies that affect such organizational functions as recruitment, selection, training and development, performance management, compensation and benefits.

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Headshot of Eugene Kutcher III
Interim Dean
Sweigart Hall 240

Research Interests

Social aspects of Selection and Recruitment, Person Organization Fit, Employee Engagement, Training Effectiveness, and Work Family Dynamics