Human Resources Management

Credit hour 4
Total number of hours 30
Number of hours for lectures 30

Content

This course examines the purpose and domain of the human resource management function in organizations. It stresses those skills and techniques used in the various activities within the human resources function, and relate them to the overall management of the organization. HRM activities include the recruitment, selection, and maintenance of a qualified, motivated, and productive workforce. Even if you do not enter into a career in Human Resources, you should understand the topics covered in this course since the job of the general manager is to manage people as well as financial and material resources. Since managers’ report that they spend about half their time dealing with "people-related" issues, it is important that you are introduced to the major topics associated with managing people in the context of the global marketplace.

This class is offered in the Autumn semester.

Calendar

Semestre 2