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OBHR 428 Human Resource Management Professor: Mike Campion
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What is Human Resource (HR) Management? Systems for making decisions about employees: - Hiring - Compensating Systems for developing employees: - Training - Evaluating Systems for enhancing the relationship with the organization: - Maintaining morale - Designing jobs and teams
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The Goals of HR Management Increasing efficiency Maintaining legal compliance Enhancing commitment and satisfaction Providing a competitive advantage
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Course Objectives To understand HR management needs of organizations To become familiar with alternative HR systems to address needs To gain an awareness of HR technology To appreciate basic HR decisions
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Types of Pedagogy in Course 1. Brief lectures 2. Readings
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Guest speakers 4. Brief student presentations 5. Questions 6. Team projects 7. Exercises, videos, etc. 8. Examinations Grading • Exam 1 = 100 points • Exam 2 = 100 points • Exam 3 = 100 points • Team Projects = about 100 points • Brief Presentations = 10 points (extra credit) • Totals posted on web page (extra credit posted at end) Grading (continued) • 30% As (range 20% to 40%) • 60% Bs (range 50% to 70%) • 10% Cs (range 0% to 20%) • Ds only as earned • Class GPA = 3.20 Course Evaluations • Formal Krannert evaluation process at end • Informal evaluation in the middle • Concerns and issues can be brought to professor at any time Assignment for Next Class • Read Chapter 1...
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2009 for the course OBHR 428 taught by Professor Campion during the Spring '09 term at Purdue.

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