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Occk Incorporated - Salina, KS
Employment Consultant Job Category: Human Resources Education: High School Graduate FT/PT: Full-Time Company: OCCK, Inc. More Jobs from this Company Back Job Description: OCCK in Salina is hiring...
12 days ago
Lawrence, KS
2801 West 31st Street compensation: Depends on experience employment type: full-time non-profit organization Are you looking for a FT job that's both challenging and rewarding, with company paid...
25 days ago
Target - Overland Park, KS
The role of a Human Resources Expert can provide you with the: Knowledge of federal, state and local employment law Experience using basic Office Suite computer and workforce management programs Knowledge...
30+ days ago

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HR Consultant Online Courses and Training Opportunities

HR Compliance Training Program
This course consists of compliance training to help you meet your organization's needs and legal requirements.

Essential HR: For Those Who Have Recently Assumed HR Responsibilities Course
The main objective of this session is to introduce you to your new responsibilities as an HR specialist and to help you learn more about your job and the organization. By the time this session is...

Breakthrough Strategy Stimulating Questions (Course)
This is a 93-slide PowerPoint. This strategy-inspiring product contains a few hundreds of very stimulating and diverse questions geared towards strategic thinking and breakthrough performance....

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