Human Resource Management (Available Titles Coursemate)

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HRMG 3001/MGMT 3003 – Human Resource Management Course Support and Calendar Information: So you have all key information available to you off-line, it is highly recommended that you print the following items for your reference: This Syllabus Term Calendar Instructor and Course Support Info Some courses may also include Schedule of Assignments. Course Description: This course provides students with a comprehensive overview of human resource management. Traditional topics such as job analysis and design, recruitment, selection, performance appraisal, training, staffing, career management, compensation, benefits, health and safety, and employee relations are examined. Technology-based resources are also evaluated. Course Prerequisites: MGMT 3001/BUSI 1001 Learning Objectives: At the end of this course, the successful student will be able to: Discuss the strategic role of human resource management as a strategic partner in enhancing organizational performance by helping to achieve the organization’s mission and objectives for competitive advantage Develop employment policies and practices that effectively address and communicate ethical issues involving employee relations and equal employment opportunity while complying with legal and environmental regulations Describe the conduct of effective staffing processes in recruitment, interviewing, and selection of both internal and external, diverse, and qualified candidates Explain how employee rewards and recognition programs stimulate a motivated workforce through direct and indirect compensation and incentives Differentiate unbiased job analysis, job design, and performance appraisal systems that generate performance improvement and cost effective operations Describe the importance of health, safety, and security in the workplace and compliance processes for legal and environmental regulations Discuss negotiating and bargaining processes in the effective management of union and non- union workforces Course Materials Required Text(s) and Other Materials to Be Furnished by the Student American Psychological Association (2001). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association . (5th ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Mathis, R. L., & Jackson, J. H. (2011). Human resource management . (13th ed.). Cincinnati, OH: South-Western. Nkomo, S. M., Fottler, M. D., & McAfee, R. B. (2011). Human resource management applications: Cases, exercises, incidents and skill builders . (7th ed.). Cincinnati, OH: Thomson South-Western.
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The casebook will be used again in later human resource management topic courses in the Human Resources Management concentration. The Mathis and Jackson text has been developed in partnership with the Society of Human Resource
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