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UGBA 151: Human Resource Management Lecture 1 Taught by Cristina Banks, continuation of BA105 Texts Textbook: Human Resource Management by Gary Dessler Online Reader: go to catalyst.haas.berkeley.edu, and study.net Office Hours: 2:30-4:30 at F526 Tuesday or by Appointment Email: [email protected] , Office Phone: 510-642-3232 Reader: former student Michelle Becerra, [email protected] Readings Read material assigned prior to class Materials 1 project, 3 midterms, 2 observations, 1 final One single-space 10 page paper Project due on the week before last day of class 3 exams Short, 45-minute, to make sure you do readings Multiple-choice and short-answer questions Will have cheat sheet and sample test Final Exam Cumulative Multiple choice, short answer, and essay Will provide sample questions Grades Worth 15% 2 observations 30% project 30% 3 midterms 25% final 5% Extra Credit (+5% A grade, +.2) Participation is expected so is not included in grade Final Grade = .15 (obs) + .30 (proj) + .10 (ex1) +.10 (ex2) +.10 (ex3) +.25 (final) + .2 (EC) Retrograde Policy write out argument with good examples from class Within two weeks of any exam Makeup policy inform prior to exam time Projects not on time receive a grade of zero Strategic Human Resources Managment New York Times Article “Turnover High, Schools fight for Teachers” Baby boomer teachers retiring, not enough young teachers
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