Human Resources Management

Human Resources

Human Resources

BA year 2

BA year 2







BA year 2

Human Resource management is a central function of any organisation. Generally, 50 percent or more of an organisation’s operating budget is used to pay the people who work there. HR management can be defined as the effective use of human capital in an organisation through the management of people-related activities. It involves leadership, values, employment planning, recruiting and selecting employees, training and compensating them, and evaluating their performance. It also significantly influences the corporate culture and norms.

HRM is divided into six instructional units, each of which represents a different set of human resource management functions. Each instructional unit involves lectures, class discussions, relevant HBR article presentations, case studies, and reading.

Students will access lecture content by session, summative assessment assignments (guidelines and templates), and evaluation criteria, via the Course Pack Website.

Turnitin: All written assignments must be submitted directly to Turnitin. Referencing: All written assignments must be in strict compliance with the UBI Referencing Guidelines.

BA year 2

The general purpose of Human Resource Management (HRM) is to familiarize students with the basic principles and techniques of human resource management: hiring people, preparing people, stimulating people, and retaining people. The course takes a practical view that integrates the contributions of the behavioural sciences and international cross-cultural approaches, with the technical aspects of implementing the HR function in the ‘real world global marketplace’; further, to develop key issues of e- HRM to better understand how technology plays a key role in HR. Human Resource Management is a central function of any organization. HR management can be defined as the effective use of human capital in an organization through the management of people-related activities.

BA year 2

  • HRM in a changing environment

  • Introduction to HR functions

  • Employment laws (cultural differences around the World)

  • Employer and employee rights

  • Effective job analysis

  • Employee recruitment

  • Selecting employees

  • e-HRM the use of technology in managing human capital

  • Training and Developing Employees

  • Career development

  • Performance management

  • Compensation

  • The impact of social media in managing human resources

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