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《Human resource management》
Release time:2017-02-24

COURSE NAME:《Human resource management》

CLASS TIME: 10/09/2017-11/01/2017


CLASS LOCATION: Shenzhen University


Managing people is an important part of all managers’ jobs whether they are line managers or HR specialists. Many studies state that successful people management and leadership make a di,erence to the performance of teams and to the achievement of strategic objectives.The course is an accessible and lively introduction to the world of human resource management (HRM), focusing on the frameworks of people management strategies, and covering the basic operational areas and practices of HRM. Throughout the course we are going to discuss key topics and issues surrounding people management in organizations. Clearly linking HR theory to the work environment, this course explores core areas such as HR strategy; CSR, equality and diversity management; recruitment & selection; employee appraisal; training & development and compensation & benefits.

In addition to the HRM topic, the course provides an opportunity to discover during a one day class the basics of Business Ethics, a form of applied ethics that examines ethical principles and moral or ethical problems that arise in a business environment. It applies to all aspects of business conduct and is relevant to the conduct of individual.



To provide students with a critical understanding of Human Resource Management (HRM) and its changing role within business and society

oTo describe the principal functions, main tools of HRM and their applications within companies

o To analyze HR issues and develop the ability to think about the tradeoffs involved in HR decisions.

o To understand how business strategy, competition, labour markets, technology etc. affect HR decisions.

o To demonstrate how HR systems support the firm’s business strategy.

o To develop team working skills

o To become proficient in case analysis and discussion.

o To become more sensitive to some fundamental issues in Business Ethics