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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 320/520 Tuesday/Thursday 10:10-12 pm (Grover E304, Call #12935, 12953) Fall 2011 Professor: Dr. Bonnie Roach, Ph.D., J.D. Phone: 593-2013 (Office) E-Mail: Bonnie_Roach@hotmail.com Please e-mail me using this address. Office: Copeland 328 Biographical Sketch: Dr. Roach received her Ph.D. in Management and Human Resources and her Master = s Degree of Labor and Human Resources from the Ohio State University. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Vassar College. She taught for several years at the University of Illinois At The Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations. She received her JD from the Ohio State University Moritz School of Law and has been admitted to the Ohio Bar and the Federal Bar of the Southern District of Ohio. __________________________________________________________________________ _ Required Texts: Byars, Lloyd and Rue, Leslie. Human Resource Management, 10 th Ed. Boston: Irwin McGraw-Hill 2011. [ISBN: 9780073530550] Copies of assigned cases will be provided to you. Some of the cases are taken from the following source: Nkomo, Stella; Fottler; Myron, and McAfee, Bruce. Applications in Personnel/Human Resource Management: Cases, Exercises, and Skill Builders, 2nd Edition . (Boston: PWS-Ent), 1992. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PURCHASE THIS BOOK! Additional Materials will be presented in BlackBoard 9 that will be set up for this class. It is your responsibility to daily check this cite for posted announcements and materials. Lecture notes will be posted in the “Contents” section of Blackboard. Also check your oak accounts since there may be times that the BlackBoard system is down and I will use your e-mail to provide you with the necessary materials. __________________________________________________________________________ _ Course Description: This is a survey course designed to study management practices in areas of human resource planning, recruitment, selection, training and development, performance appraisal, compensation, discipline, safety audits, and personnel research. Learning Objectives: Students will learn current HRM theory and practices, with particular emphasis on legal issues in HRM. Students will learn how to apply those theories through case analyses and skill
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enhancers. Students will be required to use the class Internet database on a daily basis. Particular emphasis will be given to enhancing the student's power of analysis and the communication of that analysis through oral and written skills. Students will learn to appreciate and understand diverse groups of people. A cross-cultural perspective of HRM practices will be presented. Students will be presented with ethical issues concerning discrimination, affirmative action, reverse discrimination, and employer obligations to the disabled. Diversity is valued in this class.
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