Dr. Hazel-Anne M. Johnson
HRM-SMLR Rutgers University
Rutgers University – Spring 2012
Lucy Stone Hall Room B267
Tuesday & Friday, 12:00 – 1:20 p.m.
: Dr. Hazel-Anne M. Johnson
: Janice H. Levin Building, #200A
: 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday & Wednesday
or by appointment
: 848-445-4635 (email is preferred)
: Phillips, J.M. & Gully, S.M. (2012).
. Upper Saddle River, NJ:
: This course focuses on the effective management of the flow of talent into and
through organizations. It covers human resource planning, recruiting and selection, career transitions and other
workforce movement. An important goal of the class will be to provide opportunities to develop hands-on skills
that are relevant to effectively managing talent flow.
You are expected to be present and engaged during each class meeting
To make the most of each session and
the course experience as a whole, you are strongly encouraged to read the assigned material, listen attentively to
others, share your thoughts, questions and insights, and to apply the content to your lives and experiences.
expected that students will complete reading assignments before coming to class and participate fully in
conversations and activities.
If you do miss a class, it is
to contact another class member to get any material missed,
including schedule changes.
If you are absent from class, do not
contact the professor for a complete review of
the lecture that you have missed.
Instead, contact another class member for the material, and then
teaching assistant or the professor if you have difficulty with the material after you have reviewed the notes
obtained from another student.
If your absence is due to the observation of a major religious holiday,
please provide notice of the date to the professor via email by the end of the second week of classes,
January 27, 2012
: The Sakai website (
) will be the primary home for this course, so
you must be familiar with this mode of interaction as it will house the syllabus, PowerPoint slides for the lecture
notes, assignments, and contact information.
To access Sakai, you must use your eden ID and password.
must also be proficient with Google Documents, as you need to use it for the team project, and to submit