- Name: Introduction to Human Resources Management
- Division: Professional & Applied Technology
- Discipline: Management Science
- Units (Credits): 3.00
I. Catalog Course Description
Prerequisite: BUS 101 and MGT 201 or consent of instructor.
Develops an understanding of the duties and responsibilities of personnel at the mid-management level.
II: Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, successful students will be able to do the following:
- Identify the responsibilities of a human resources department.
- Explain the role of supervisor in human resource management.
- Describe the trends in the labor force composition and how they affect human resource management.
- Explain how the three branches of government regulate human resource management.
- Describe how work flow is related to organizational success.
- Explain the role of human resources in the recruitment process.
- Describe the selection process and methods of evaluation.
- Explain how to assess training needs and link training programs to needs.
- Identify the importance of performance management.
- Identify the steps in the career management process.
- Describe how organizations contribute to employees’ job satisfaction.
- Identify the decisions involved in establishing a pay structure.
- Explain how organizations link wages to overall performance.
- Discuss the importance of benefits as part of employee compensation.
- Define unions and labor relations and their role in organizations.
- Identify the factors that influence human resource management in international markets.
III: Course Linkage
MGT 283–Introduction to Human Resources–meets a General Education requirement of the Associate of Applied Science Degree.
MGT 283 promotes the Student Learning Objectives of ensuring that students:
- Have college-level skills in reading, writing, and oral communication appropriate to their degree or emphasis.
- Develop adequate problem solving, creative reasoning, and critical thinking skills.
- Utilize effective and efficient learning skills, including the location and evaluation of information.
- Understand the importance of cultural traditions, diversity, and ethics in the modern world.
Scheduled MGT-283 classes:
There are currently no MGT-283 classes scheduled for this term.