Working as a Human Resource professional requires knowledge of employment laws, an understanding of compensation and benefits, communication skills, good instincts for hiring and working with people, and a strong sense of ethics and duty. Most people work in an office environment, but the job may require some travel to job fairs and recruiting events. While smaller businesses often don’t have dedicated HR staff, most larger companies do, and the demand for qualified candidates remains steady.
   

Human Resources Programs
 

One-Year Certificate

Associate Degree

 

   

University Partnership

Earn a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree on LCCC’s Campus

 

Cleveland State University

Hiram College

Kent State University

Lake Erie College

Miami University

University of Akron

University of Toledo

Western Governors University