HRM300

Introduction to the study of Human Resource Management (HRM), those activities related to the performance of people at work. Emphasis on those HRM responsibilities that managers must consider: strategic planning and analysis, equal employment opportunity, and compliance, recruiting and selecting, development and training, performance appraisal, compensation and employee benefits, health and safety and employee labor/management relations. Evolving contemporary issues such as management of diversity in a multicultural environment, changes in the demographic and geographic composition of the workforce, individual-centered career planning, and the changing nature of organization-individual relationship are also addressed. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): MGT115 or HSR240.