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Managing human resources is important for survival and prosperity of organizations and economies, and has implications for individual attitudes and well-being. Managers are expected to contribute to the delivery of the human resource strategy, supported by expert advice and guidance. This module explores the key concepts underpinning the management of human resources and their practical application in organisations today. Focus on four important themes:
· Recruitment and selection
· Equality and diversity
· Flexible employment and work-life balance
· Talent management
You will be encouraged to share your views and experiences through class discussion and debate.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
The indicative content covered by the course would include the following topics: • Strategic HRM • Operational challenges: e.g., Recruitment and selection; Managing employee relations; Equality and diversity at work • HRM Processes: e.g., workforce planning; performance and rewards management
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
3,000 word individual assignment (70%); group presentation (30%).
Resit: the course overall was failed, the resubmission would be 100% on an alternative written assignment.
There are no assessments for this course.