MG302 F Course Outline–Semester 2, 2021 Page 1MG 302 F & BHuman Resource ManagementCOURSE OUTLINE1.SEMESTER/YEAR:Semester 2, 20212.MODE OF DELIVERY/LOCATION:F at Laucala and B at Campuses3.PRE-REQUISITES:MG 204 and any other 200 level course4.COURSE COORDINATOR:Dr Maureen Fatiaki Karan5.TEACHING TEAMCourse CoordinatorName:Dr. Maureen Fatiaki KaranOffice:FBE S205Phone: +679) 323 2245Email:[email protected]Consultation Hours:TBATutor:Name:TBAPhone:Email:Room:Consultation Hours:6.LECTURE AND TUTORIAL TIMES & VENUE:DAYTIMEZoom linkMonday9-10amMonday10-11amAll classes will be conducted online using the zoom platform. More details will beplaced in moodle.7.EMERGENCY CONTACTName: Susan Tafuna’i-Mani (discipline secretary)Phone: 3232137Email:[email protected]8.COURSE DESCRIPTIONThis course introduces the functional area of human resource management. It focuseson employer/employee strategies, policies and techniques. Topics cover the role ofhuman resource function, employee planning and forecasting, recruitment and
MG302 F Course Outline–Semester 2, 2021 Page 2selection, employee development and employer-employee relations, human rsourceinformation system, performance management, career planning and development,compensation and benefits, employee health and safety, international humanresource management and other important aspect in this field. Student are expectedto gain broad knowledge of the theory and practice of human resource management.Emphasis is given to the acquisition of skills that have direct application to any sector,public, private or voluntary.9. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMESOn successful completion of this course, students should be able to:LO1 Determine the importance of HRM within modern organisations in the PacificRegions;LO2 Analyze Employment Relations law, regulations, procedures and processes toadvance public and private sector purposes;LO3Apply knowledge of professionally resolving disputes/conflicts within PICorganizations;LO4Create typical HRM documents suitable for organizational application;LO5 Appraise emerging HRM issues and trends and present findings individually andin groups.SMPA Generic Programme OutcomesPLO1 Collaborate effectively in the practice and processes of human resourcemanagement and employment relations in organisations in the Pacific Regionand global contexts.PLO2Apply critically key principles, theories and concepts of human resourcemanagement and employment relations to practical scenarios in a range ofcontextsPLO3Design academic research using appropriate methods and processes,presenting findings in the required formatPLO4Communicate effectively in a range of organisational contexts, including cross-cultural contexts.PLO5Solve problems and challenges innovatively in human resource managementand employment relations, in a range of contexts in the Pacific Region andinternationally.
MG302 F Course Outline–Semester 2, 2021 Page 3PLO6Demonstrate ethical and professional standards in all aspects of workplace and