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MGT C22_syllabus-Summer 2011

MGT C22_syllabus-Summer 2011 - The University of Toronto at...

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The University of Toronto at Scarborough The Department of Management MGT C22 – Human Resource Management Summer, 2011 Instructor: Sujay Vardhmane, CHRP E-mail: [email protected] Office: Phone: Office hours: Wednesday 1:00 – 3:00 pm or by appointment. Course Prerequisite : MGT B23 and MGT B29 or MGT B27 Course Description : Welcome! This course will provide you with an introduction to current human resource practices in Canada, emphasizing the role of Human Resource Management in enhancing performance, productivity and profitability of the organization. The topics include strategy, HR Planning, diversity and the legal environment, job analysis, recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation and benefits, performance appraisal, safety and health; and labour relations. The textbook will introduce you to each of these topics but the lectures may provide additional learning opportunities through content not discussed in the text. Exams and assignments will require that you know both the textbook and class material. Upon completing this course you will have conducted an HR audit, which will provide you with a first-hand experience of how HR activities can be measured and how they should be evaluated. Further, you will be capable of recommending different HR practices in order to achieve specific strategic objectives. Required Text : Managing Human Resources Sixth Canadian Edition Thomson Nelson Belcourt, Bohlander and Snell ISBN-10: 0176501789 | ISBN-13: 9780176501785 | © 2011 | Published Course Format Classes will include a combination of lectures, exercises, case discussions, and videos.
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Lecture Notes and Other Announcements: Brief lecture notes will be made available on UTSC intranet prior to the start of each class. The notes are designed to help you to listen and take your own supplemental notes in class – not to provide you with a complete set of notes so that you do not need to attend the lectures.
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