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Human Resources Schools in Minnesota

Human resources combines business, psychology, group behavior, negotiation, labor relations, employment law, and a bit of finance. Human resources schools in Minnesota offer non-degree certificate programs, and associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees, which can open up a range of job opportunities, from HR assistant, to human resources manager. In a large company, HR professionals may specialize on one area, such as benefits and compensation analysis. Other activities in human resources can include interviewing job applicants, hiring, training and firing them if necessary. They also include conflict management, implementing or overseeing job safety courses, and employee welfare programs.