MGT1003 Human Resource Management

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2- MGT1003(BU-1/BE-1/SY-1/VN-1) - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Human Resource Management (MGT1003)

Prerequisites: None

Course Description:

This course introduces fundamental concepts of human resource management (HRM) and the strategic role of HR in organizations. Key functions like workforce planning, talent acquisition, performance management, learning and development, compensation and benefits, and employee relations are covered. Best practices for managing human capital across essential HR processes are discussed.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course, students will be able to:

Explain the expanding scope and strategic role of human resource management in driving business success

Conduct effective workforce planning, forecasting and analytics aligned to organizational objectives

Streamline recruiting and selection processes to identify and hire qualified talent that meets company needs

Design training programs, create employee development plans, and optimize performance management systems

Formulate compensation structures and benefits plans to appropriately reward and motivate employees at all levels

Foster healthy employee-management relationships and positive work environment through appropriate employee relations tactics

Required Textbook:

Human Resource Management, 16th Edition

Author: Robert L. Mathis, John H. Jackson

Publisher: Cengage Learning

Reference Books:

A New History of Management by Stephen Cummings and Todd Bridgman

HR from the Outside In: Six Competencies for the Future of Human Resources by David Ulrich and Jon Younger

Teaching Methodology:

PowerPoint Presentations

Lectures and Class Discussions

Case Studies Analysis

Group Exercises

Quizzes

Evaluation Scheme:

Assignments: 20%

Case Study Presentations: 20%

Class Participation: 10%

Midterm Exam: 20%

Final Exam: 30%

Course Content:

Introduction to Human Resource Management

Evolution of HRM

Role, Responsibilities and Competencies

Challenges and Key Issues

Strategic Human Resource Planning

Process and Importance

Forecasting HR Demand and Supply

Succession Planning

Talent Acquisition

Job Analysis and Design

Sourcing and Recruiting

Candidate Screening and Selection

Employee Engagement & Retention

Motivation Theories and Application

Compensation and Benefits

Performance Management and Appraisals

Training and Development

Identifying Needs

Program Design and Delivery

Leadership Development

Managing Labor Relations

Maintaining Positive Employee Relations

Conflict Resolution

Risk Management

Global Human Resource Management

HR Challenges in MNCs

HRM across Cultures

Shared Services and Outsourcing

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