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Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology Course Information Sheet Course Name: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT I Credits: 3 Course Number: PERS1301 Prerequisite No.: None Prerequisite Name: None Corequisite No.: None Corequisite Name: None Equivalency No.: None Equivalency Name: None Certificates and Diplomas A minimum grade of 50% is required to proceed from a pre-requisite course to the next course. A minimum grade of 50% in all courses and a weighted average of 60% are required for promotion to the next level or year of the program and for graduation. (Please refer to the Niagara College practices on Grading and the Transcript and Graduation and Promotion Requirements.) Offered in the following programs/term: Business Administration (Term One) Prepared by: Holly Seebach Date: May, 2005 Co-ordinator: ___________________________ Date: ___________________ (Holly Seebach) Approved by: Date: ___________________ (N. Chartrand, Dean) Division: Business and Entrepreneurship Current Academic Year: 2005/2006 Date: Fall 2005 COURSE DESCRIPTION: The nature and emergence of Human Resources Management begins with the study of theories and practices related to Human Resources Management and Labour Relations. The course explores constraints and facilitators for human resource decisions, legal influences, evaluation of individual outputs, recruitment and selection, orientation and training. Some labour legislation and approaches in labour relations are studied. Other topics include employee benefits and services, internal communication and future needs for more effective human resources management and positive labour relations.
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COURSE NO.: PERS1301 PAGE 2 TEXTBOOKS and MATERIALS REQUIRED: FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN CANADA, by Dessler, Cole, Goodman & Sutherland., Pearson. ISBN: 0-13-039130-1 SUPPORTING MATERIALS, REFERENCE BOOKS: Human Resources Professional Journals, periodicals and magazines. COURSE ATTENDANCE POLICY: The student is to be guided by his/her own maturity and responsibility. Experience has shown a positive relationship between attendance and final grades. TYPES OF EVALUATION USED IN THIS COURSE AND THEIR WEIGHT: Test/Quizzes 60% Final Exam 30% Assignments 10% Total 100% COURSE GOALS (general student learning outcomes): Demonstrate an understanding of the role of Human Resources Management in a modern
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