Syllabus Spring 2011

Syllabus Spring 2011 - Management303...

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Management 303 Human Resource Management Spring 2011 Instructor:  Brianne Waugh Office:  2015 Farmer School of Business E-Mail:   [email protected] Office Phone: 513-529-0588   Required Text:  Raymond A. Noe, John R. Hollenbeck, Barry Gerhart and Patrick M. Wright,  Human Resource Management ; 7 th  Ed. (New York, NY; McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2010). Other readings will be assigned and available on the course blackboard. Course Overview :  This course is an introduction to concepts, issues, and practices of human  resource management and the impact on organizational effectiveness.   Grading :  Final course grades will be determined as below: Midterm Exam 20% Team Project #1 15% Team Project #2 15% Team Project #3 15% Final Exam 25% Class participation and  attendance 10% Midterm Exam:  The midterm exam will be on the evening of  Monday, February 7 from 6:30- 8:30 p.m.   Please plan your work schedule/extracurricular obligations around this exam.  Please  note that we will not have normal class on that day (Monday, 2/7) due to the midterm that  evening.  Team Projects :  You will be randomly placed in a team of ~4-5 students for 3 projects in which  you will become the HR management team for a fictitious company.  Throughout the semester,  you will design important HR processes unique to your “company” that will build a strong and  healthy organization.  Your projects will cover:
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1) Employee recruitment and selection     : Develop an approach to recruiting and hiring  the   “right”   employees   for   your   particular   company.     Provide   samples   of   each  selection technique you will use and explain how these will be used.  2) Performance   management     :   Develop   an   approach   to   performance   management,  including performance appraisal, that is appropriate for your particular company.  Include and explain all forms and documents you will use.  3) Employee   retention     :   Develop   a   comprehensive   approach   to   retaining   your  employees including but not limited to: compensation, benefits, Engagement and 
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