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1 Course Introduction and Chapter 1 – Changing Nature of HR Cindy Parker, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Management Welcome to MGMT 321
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2 Getting to know you… Find a partner – someone you don’t know Interview your partner and learn… First and last name Major Complete the sentence, “The most interesting (or strange or unique) job I’ve ever had was…” What made it interesting/strange/unique? Introduce your partner to the class
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3 Course Objectives To define the HRM function Identify effective HR programs Integrate HR needs with human needs Develop skills in analyzing HR problems and determining appropriate solutions Integrate concepts into policy decisions regarding HR Staffing the Organization Training and Development Compensation and Benefits Employee Relations
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4 Course Format Lecture/Discussion (text, cases, and supplemental material) HR System Proposal Preparation is CRITICAL In-class Assessments Use of Blackboard ( http://courses.gmu.edu ) Grades Slides Syllabus SafeAssign
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5 Course Materials Human Resource Management (Text) Mathis and Jackson (2008) 12 th Edition Basics of Validity (document on Blackboard) Human Resource Cases Access cases via e-reserves (see syllabus, link and password on Blackboard)
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6 Class Management Appointments and email Special Accommodations Cell phone and computer policy (no computer use in class) Absence/Late Assignments Make-up Exams Late Proposal Attendance and Lateness
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7 Honor Code The Honor Code is strictly enforced in this course. If you are aware of an Honor Code violation let me know immediately. Any suspected Honor Code violations will be submitted to the Honor Committee for investigation and adjudication. Examples of violations in this course Submitting work from another source or student (from either past or present semesters) and representing it as your own Talking to one another during exam periods or using notes Removing exams from the classroom Lying to me
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8 Evaluation Exams – 135 points Three exams (45 points each)
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