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THE NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SPRING, 2005 MGMT 315 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PREREQUISITE:

MGMT 201 3 CREDITS DR. STEPHEN W. HARTMAN

OFFICE HOURS TUESDAYS 3:30- :30 PM AND WEDNESDAYS 3- PM WISSER LI!RARY, 3RD FLOOR AND !Y APPOINTMENT

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COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a course on Human Resource management. Human Resource (HR) responsibilities have become broader and more strategic over time as organi ations! human resource re"uirements have become more comple#. The role o$ HR has evolved $rom primaril% being responsible $or hiring& $iring& pa%roll& and bene$its administration to a more strategic role in emplo%ee selection& training and promotion& as 'ell as pla%ing an advisor% role to the organi ation in the areas o$ labor relations and legal compliance. Globali ation o$ the 'orld econom% and other trends have triggered changes in ho' companies organi e& manage and use their HR departments.

LEARNING O!3ECTI4ES
(s students o$ management %ou 'ill develop an understanding o$ the human resource management and the critical role it pla%s in toda%)s organi ations. *n this course 'e 'ill be stud%ing the $ull range o$ HR responsibilities in the organi ation including its strategic role& +ob anal%sis& applicable e"ual opportunit% la's& planning& testing& training& intervie'ing and related HR $unctions. *n order to $urther the ob+ectives o$ the course& each da% the instructor 'ill randoml% select one or more students to mention at least one business related topic that 'as discussed in the W566 S/*((/ 301*+56, !12.+(22 W((7, F0*/1+( or an% other recogni ed business publication. Management students are there$ore urged to read these publications and ,eep abreast o$ the latest developments in the 'orld o$ business. To'ard this end& the instructor 'ill circulate on the $irst da% o$ class student discount subscription $orms $or the W566 S/*((/ 301*+56, !12.+(22 W((7, F0*/1+( and an% other& 'hich are available. -tudents are not re"uired to subscribe to an% publication& but are strongl% urged to *(58 an% and all business publications as 'ell as 'atching business related mass media broadcasts.

REQUIRED TE9T
Dessler& Gar%. H1:5+ R(201*,( M5+5;(:(+/ . .pper -addle River& /01 2earson 2rentice Hall& 3445. *-5/ 4613617748969.

REFERENCE
D.,/.0+5*< 0) !12.+(22 T(*:2, 3rd edition& (/e' :or,1 5arrons ;ducational 2ublishing& 3444).

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GRADE WEIGHTING
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READING ASSIGNMENTS
<;;= 1.. >hapter 11 The -trategic Role o$ Human Resource Management

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1. Read this: As you may know by watching the Donald as he organizes his business teams for The A rentice! human resource management lays an im ortant role in what Donald Trum ! and the artici ants on his se arate teams! need to do to be successful. "or e#am le! Donald Trum needs to be able to a raise each of the artici ants. And! for their art! the leaders of each of his teams needs to be able to staff his or her teams with the right artici ants! and then ro$ide the sorts of training! incenti$es! and e$aluations that hel their com anies succeed and that therefore make the artici ants themsel$es %and es ecially the team leaders& look like a winner to 'r. Trum . (. )atch se$eral of these shows %or reruns of the shows&! and then meet with your team and answer the following *uestions:

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)hat s ecific +R functions %recruiting! inter$iewing! and so on& can you identify Donald Trum using on this show, 'ake sure to gi$e s ecific e#am les based on the show.

)hat s ecific +R functions can you identify one or more of the team leaders use to hel manage his or teams on the show, Again! lease make sure to gi$e s ecific answers. a. -ro$ide a s ecific e#am le of how +R functions %such as recruiting! selection! inter$iewing! com ensating! a raising! and so on& contributed to one of the artici ants coming across as articularly successful to 'r. Trum , .an you ro$ide e#am les of how one or more of these functions contributed to a artici ant being told by 'r. Trum ! you/re fired, b. )rite a a er not e#ceeding fi$e ages where you answer these *uestions. D01 DAT1 Tuesday A ril 12! (334. c. -resent your team/s conclusions to the class.

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>hapter 31 ;"ual ?pportunit% and the @a' >hapter 31 -trategic Human Resource Management and the HR -corecard >hapter 71 0ob (nal%sis >hapter 51 2ersonnel 2lanning and Recruiting

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1. )orking with your team! $isit your local office of your state em loyment agency. .ome back to class re ared to discuss the following *uestions: )hat ty es of 5obs seemed to be a$ailable through this agency! redominantly, To what e#tent do you think this articular agency would be a good source of rofessional! technical! and6or managerial a licants, )hat sort of a erwork are a licants to the state agency re*uired to com lete before their a lications are rocessed by the agency, )hat other ser$ices did the office ro$ide, )hat other o inions did you form about the state agency, (. )rite a a er not e#ceeding fi$e ages where you answer these *uestions. D01 DAT1 Thursday 'ay 4! (334. 7. -resent your team/s conclusions to the class. 7. >hapter A1 ;mplo%ee Testing and -election >hapter 91 *ntervie'ing >andidates

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'idterm 1#amination. (pril 17& 3445. 5. >hapter B1 Training and Developing ;mplo%ees >hapter 81 2er$ormance Management and (ppraisal A. >hapter 141 Managing >areers . >hapter 111 ;stablishing -trategic 2a% 2lans 9. >hapter 131 2a% $or 2er$ormance and Cinancial *ncentives >hapter 131 5ene$its and -ervices B. F.+56 E=5: 5+8 R(E.(F. E9AMINATION. PLEASE !RING A >2 PENCIL FOR THE

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