A handful of local business and economic organizations have teamed to create Human Resources University, which will feature a series of 10 training classes for small businesses.
Jerry Fritz, dean of the Economic and Workforce Development Division of Pikes Peak Community College, coordinated the concept after hearing from local businesses what their biggest challenges were.
Fritz said the classes are designed to keep small businesses abreast of rapidly changing human resource policies and best practices.
Topics will cover the full span of the employment lifecycle, focusing on the employment relationship from before hire workforce planning to the end of the lifecycle dealing with terminations and layoffs and the myriad of issues that occur in between. Classes include:
All sessions will be held at the Pikes Peak Community College Downtown Campus, 100 W. Pikes Peak Ave., Room S204.
Costs for classes vary.
For more registration and price information, call (719) 502-3451 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Brochures will be mailed to numerous businesses in the coming weeks.
Classes are sponsored by the Economic and Workforce Development Division of Pikes Peak Community College is pleased to announce a joint collaboration with the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado, the Colorado Springs Small Business Development Center, Colorado Springs Human Resources Association, Colorado Springs Society for Human Resource Management, Colorado Springs Regional Economic Development Corporation, the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, and Human Capital Group.