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Managing Human Resources (6354.6)

Level: Undergraduate Second Year Level
Credit Points: 3
HECS Bands: 2, 3
Faculty: Faculty of Business, Government & Law
Discipline: School of Management

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  • Semester 1, 2015, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (145714) - View

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Syllabus

Managing Human Resource encourages students to critically examine the relationship between corporate strategy and the core HRM activities such as recruitment, selection, appraisal, pay systems, training and development, and career and succession management. Students will also identify linkages between HRM functions and the external economic and social context and identify options for organising HRM functions and operations (for example internal/outsourced; local/international/global). In addition, students will use theoretical HRM models to analyse case studies.

Learning Outcomes

On the completion of this subject students will have:

1. been introduced to all the key areas of Human Resource Management and will be able to make links between the different areas in order to develop a coherent, strategically advantageous set of HR plans and policies;

2. Theoretical knowledge of the different aspects that make up Human Resource Management;

3. Theoretical knowledge of human resource planning and how to plan for the future skill needs of an organisation;

4. Theoretical knowledge of how Industrial Relations impacts upon effective HR practices and organisational effectiveness;

5. Theoretical knowledge of how to recruit and select potential employees in order to gain maximum competitive advantage of skills, both currently and in the future;

6. Theoretical knowledge of managing performance and human resource development, considering how to optimise staff skills within the organisation;

7. Theoretical knowledge of the role of HRM in effective change management and how to determine whether HR policies are making an effective organisational contribution.

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Contact Hours

Normally thirty nine hours per semester.

Prerequisites

Introduction to Management.

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