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3616_Syllabus_Winter12 - HR Evaluation 3616 Winter 2012...

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HR Evaluation 3616 Winter 2012 Syllabus Course: Human Resource Evaluation Description: This course provides an overview of the issues, processes, practices, and policies involved in staffing work organizations. Attention will be paid to the dual perspectives of the organization and the individual. Objectives: 1. Assess the legal implications of a selection instrument or program. 2. Assess the reliability and validity of any predictor/criterion. 3. Analyze a job and use the information for selection purposes. 4. Design a useful and effective interview format and procedure for an organization. 5. Understand and utilize performance management Textbook: Human Resource Selection, 6th Edition: Gatewood, Field and Barrick (in bookstore) Required Materials: www.openmba.org Human Resources Evaluation Course Instructor: Daniel E. Martin, Ph.D. Office: VBT 426 Office Hours: 12:30 to 2:00pm, Monday and Wednesday Telephone: 510-885-2060 E-mail: [email protected] GRADING AND REQUIREMENTS: Your grade for this course will be determined by your class preparation/participation, and performance on three homework assignments and three midterms. Each is weighted as follows: Homework 20 points (60 points in all) Midterm/Final 20 points (40 points in all) Total 100points Homework: It is your responsibility to prepare your homework by yourself , prior to class and to bring your answers with you. Each assignment is worth 20 points, and you must turn it in IN PERSON when it is asked for in class. Late assignments, or assignments turned in by another student, will not be accepted for any reason. MIDTERM AND FINAL: Midterms are designed primarily to help you keep up with the reading material. Each midterm will cover the reading for a major segment of the class (Employment Law/Job Analysis, Selection, Performance Appraisal.) ACADEMIC HONESTY: It is assumed that each student in the class is interested in obtaining a quality education for their money. To do so requires honest, individual effort. Any student who chooses to cheat should expect to be dealt with harshly. The catalogue outlines a number of actions faculty members can take when confronted with academic dishonesty. At a minimum, a report of academic dishonesty will go into your school record, and the student will receive a grade of ‘F’ for the affected work. At a maximum, he or she may be suspended or expelled from school. If you are concerned about your grades, contact me. I will do everything I can to help you earn the grade you want legitimately.
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ACCOMMODATIONS FOR DISABILITIES: The Americans with Disabilities Act provides for reasonable accommodations for all students with documented disabilities. These accommodations may include such things as a quiet testing environment, special seating arrangements in class, access to recorded class notes, or materials in Braille. The first step in receiving these accommodations is registering with the CSUEB Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC.) Tentative Course Schedule Session 1 An Introduction to HR Evaluation 2 Legal Issues In Selection 3 Job Analysis 4
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