- to give students an introduction to human resource management (HRM) and its role in the system of corporate management
- Describe the main activities involved in HRM
- Understand the relationship between HRM and organizational performance, business strategy as well as organizational behavior
- Analyze the relationship between HR practices and their outcomes for the individual and the organization
- Know HRM key definitions and terminology in English
- Prepare CV and cover letter for a potential employer
- The key concept of Human Resource Management (HRM)1) Introduce to Human Resource Management course. 2) Explain what is meant by Human Resource. 3) Describe the HRM system. 4) Understand the role of line managers in HRM.
- Strategy and policies of HRM. Organizational culture. Organizational development1) Comprehend what is meant by strategic HRM. 2) Understand what is meant by organizational behavior. 3) Comprehend what is meant by strategic HRM. 4) Clarify the core HR competencies. 5) Discuss different classifications of organizational culture.
- Workforce planning1) Comprehend what is meant by workforce planning. 2) Describe the incidence of workforce planning. 3) Know about the link between workforce and business planning. 4) Explain the process of workforce planning. 5) Be able to define key stages of workforce planning.
- Recruitment and selection1) Be able to define key concepts of recruitment and selection process. 2) Understand defining requirements. 3) Comprehend attracting candidates. 4) Evaluate the numerous recruitment sources available. 5) Be able to identify key selection methods. 6) Understand the role of employment testing in the selection process. 7) Articulate final selection factors. 8) Consider the layout of the CV (resume). 9) Consider the layout of a cover letter.
- Onboarding (induction)1) Understand key elements of introduction to the organization (onboarding or induction). 2) Plan organizational, departmental, and self-directed/web-based orientation programs. 3) Articulate partner programs for new hires so that they may become acclimated to their new work environments as quickly and proficiently as possible. 4) Talk over turnover (attrition rate).
- Learning and development1) Comprehend the meaning of learning and development (L&D). 2) Understand the key practices of learning and development. 3) Identify approaches to learning needs analysis. 4) Evaluate the effectiveness of training.
- Reward management. Motivation & compensation systems. Generational theory.1) Comprehend the meaning of motivation. 2) Understand types of motivation. 3) Describe and critically evaluate the main theories of motivation. 4) Evaluate motivation and money. 5) Comprehend Strauss–Howe generational theory. 6) Identify four generations at work.
- Performance management and feedback1) Define performance management. 2) Identify performance management cycle. 3) Discuss how to link individual objectives to company goals. 4) Define quantitative and qualitative performance measures. 5) Consider the features of generation Z.
- Employee relations. Talent management. Employer brand.1) Define corporate brand and its stakeholders. 2) Identify the nature of the employer brand. 3) Discuss the significance of the psychological contract. 4) Determine the basis of employee relations. 5) Consider Talent engagement and its measures.
- International HRM. Employee communications. Teambuilding1) Consider cultural diversity at work. 2) Discuss Hofstede cultural dimensions. 3) Determine the main communication channels at work. 4) Talk over work teams and foundations of group behavior. 5) Discuss case study “Motivating the sales team”
- Management and leadership.1) Determine leadership style 2) Identify leadership skills 3) Discuss Theory Z,X &Y Learning objectives for seminar: Discuss case study “Management styles”
- Analytics and big data in HRM1) Determine people analytics. 2) Discuss people analytics advantages. 3) Display group project.
- Team-based project “Analysis of HR practices” based on the chosen company
- Class activities
- Written examWritten Exam includes 22 test questions (up to 2 marks for each positive answer), 2 open questions with explanation of your ideas (up to 3 marks for each positive answer), and one practical exercise (up to 4 marks). Total questions: 25. No negative marks for wrong answers. Total time: 60 min.
- Interim assessment (2 module)0.25 * Class activities + 0.25 * Homework + 0.25 * Team-based project “Analysis of HR practices” based on the chosen company + 0.25 * Written exam
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- Arthur, D. (2015). Fundamentals of Human Resources Management : A Practical Guide for Today’s HR Professional (Vol. Fifth edition). [Place of publication not identified]: AMA Self-Study. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1520882
- FitzPatrick, L., & Valskov, K. (2014). Internal Communications : A Manual for Practitioners. London: Kogan Page. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=816423
- Patrick Alain. (2013). The Quick and Easy Performance Appraisal Phrase Book : 3,000+ Powerful Phrases for Successful Reviews, Appraisals and Evaluations. [N.p.]: Career Press. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1906979