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Maintenance of these rights requires classroom conditions which do not impede their exercise. To ensure these rights, faculty members have the prerogative:To establish and implement academic standardsTo establish and enforce reasonable behavior standards in each classTo refer disciplinary action to those students whose behavior may be judged to be disruptive under the Student Code of Conduct.7
COURSE SCHEDULEYour Professor reserves the right to modify the schedule. DateContent8/23Course IntroductionChapter 1 – Managing Human Resources8/25Exercise 1.38/30Chapter 3 – Providing Equal Employment Opportunity and a Safe Workplace9/1Exercise 3.29/6Chapter 4 – Analyzing Work and Designing Jobs9/8Critical incident technique exercise (administered in class)9/13Exam 1 – Chapters 1, 3, and 49/15Chapter 5 – Planning for and Recruiting Human Resources9/20Exercise 5.19/22Chapter 6 –Selecting Employees and Placing Them in Jobs9/27Exercise 6.19/30Chapter 6 –Selecting Employees and Placing Them in Jobs10/4Exercise 6.2Correction: in exhibit 6.2.5, Kathy Joyce’s GMA score should be 13510/6Chapter 10 – Managing Employees’ Performance10/11Fall Break10/13Exercise 7.410/18Exam 2 – Chapters 5, 6, and 1010/20Group presentation – overview and group selection 10/25Chapter 7 – Training Employees10/27Exercise 8.211/1Chapter 12 – Establishing a Pay StructureChapter 14 – Providing Employee Benefits11/3Exercise 10.111/8Chapter 13 – Recognizing Employee Contributions with Pay11/10Exercise 11.211/15Exam 3 – Chapters 7, 12, 13, and 1411/17Recap/Q&A and Finalize Presentations11/22Presentations – Groups 1-411/24Thanksgiving – No class (apparently…)11/29Presentations – Groups 5-812/6Presentations – Groups 9-1212/13Final Exam 10:30am8