Bus 381 Syllabus_04-2

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__________________________________________________________________________________ Simon Fraser University Faculty of Business Administration Business 381: Human Resource Management Summer Semester 2004 LECTURE TIME/LOCATION: Thursday, 10:30 – 12:20 pm, AQ 3150 INSTRUCTOR : Professor Chris Zatzick INSTRUCTOR CONTACT INFORMATION Office: WMX 4319 Tel: 291-4728 email: czatzick@sfu.ca Office Hours: TBA Course Objectives This course is intended to provide an introduction to issues such as recruiting, selecting, training, motivating, and compensating people in organizations. These issues will likely be part of the job of human resource specialists and general managers alike in almost all types of organizations. Course Coverage - Staffing (e.g. recruitment, selection) - Training and development - Compensation - Human resource-related legislation and legal issues - Performance appraisal - Employee discipline Grading 25% midterm exam 40% final exam 20% team paper 15% tutorial activity Required Textbook , 8 th edition. Scarborough: Prentice-Hall. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 1
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__________________________________________________________________________________ Outline of Assigned Readings and Topics Week Date Topic Assignment Tutorial Activity 1 May 6 Introduction/Overview Chapter 1 No Tutorials 2 May 13 Fundamentals Exercise: Team Leader Questionnaire ( No preparation required) . 3 May 20 Job Analysis & HR Planning Exercise: Job Analysis ( No preparation required) . 4 May 27 Recruitment Chapter 6 Group Discussion- Recruitment 5 June 3 Selection Chapter 7 Group Discussion- Selection 6 June 10 Orientation, Training and Career Development Group Discussion -Orientation, Training and Career Development 7 June 17 Midterm Exam No tutorials 8 June 24 Performance Appraisal Chapter 11 Group Discussion- Performance Appraisal 9 July 1 CLASS CANCELLED – Canada Day No Material Covered Tutorials Cancelled 10 July 8 Compensation Chapter 12 Group Discussion- Compensation 11 July 15 Incentives and Benefits Group Discussion- Incentives and Benefits 12 July 22 Employee and Labour Relations Chapters 15 and 16 Team paper due Paper presentations 13 July 29 Occupational Health and Safety Chapter 18 Group Discussion- Occupational Health and Safety Final Examination: TBA ______________________________________________________________________________________ 2
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__________________________________________________________________________________ Tutorial Outline Tutorials are intended to provide an opportunity for active learning: that is, they allow you to engage in discussions and activities to enhance your own and your classmates’ knowledge. There are two parts of the tutorial designed to reach this objective: Participation: You are expected to actively contribute to the tutorial by participating in
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2010 for the course BUS 381 taught by Professor Peters during the Fall '05 term at Simon Fraser.

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