BUS 3352

Description

(Software Required: Microsoft PowerPoint, or other presentation software) Study of the policies, methods, and techniques that professional human resource managers create and implement to increase the effectiveness of the organization. Emphasis will be on leadership and human relations skills. Topics covered include acquiring, preparing, developing and compensating employees to assist companies in meeting the challenges of today’s business environment. Awareness of legal issues in the realm of human resource management will also be covered.

Objectives

  1. Explain strategic human resource management and its effectiveness in a changing world.
  2. Discuss the impact of legal provisions on human resource management in the United States.
  3. Evaluate the components of workforce planning and the different approaches to workforce planning.
  4. Apply the basic principles related to developing, implementing, and evaluating a recruiting program for an organization.
  5. Relate the different selection criteria and selection methods to organizational considerations.
  6. Discuss the importance of planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating training programs in an organization.
  7. Analyze the role and responsibilities of an organization for ensuring the safety and health of its employees.
  8. Critically evaluate the challenges to human resource management in a global corporation.
  9. Formulate a compensation strategy that matches up with the organization's business strategy and enhances motivation, productivity, and satisfaction among employees.

PreRequisites

None

Textbook(s)

Fundamentals of human resource management (Rev: 4)

Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Irwin (2011)
Author: Noe, R., Hollenbeck, J., Gerhart, B., & Wright, P.
ISBN: 9780073530468
Price: $105.65

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