Jul 06, 2022  
2022-2023 Academic Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Academic Catalog

BUAD 132 - Human Resources Management

3 CR
An analysis of the management of personnel from the viewpoint of the individual supervisor, manager, executive and the personnel department. Subject content will include areas such as the changing legal environment, job analysis, interviewing selection and placement techniques, training and development, compensation, performance evaluation, supervisory development, employee motivation, corrective discipline, grievance procedure, collective bargaining, and relevant fair employment practices. These subjects are presented through individual and group involvement techniques, such as case studies and online discussions of current problems and issues. Lab Fee

Requisites: Take BUAD 101  with at least a grade of C.
Course Learning Outcomes:
  1. Explain the role of human resource professionals and contextualize the role of human resource managers in continuously changing legal and economic environments.
  2. Explain the significance of major human resource laws as they relate to hiring, recruiting, selecting, promoting, compensating, and terminating decisions.
  3. Analyze demographic and employment trends and create policies to effectively manage diversity.
  4. Explain the various performance appraisal instruments and create a plan to reduce errors associated with administering performance appraisals.
  5. Identify proper channels to effectively communicate information to employees.