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SYLLABUS SPECIALIZATION: HR MANAGEMENT SEMESTER IV COLLECTIVE BARGAINING & WAGE POLICY Unit:1- Collecting Bargaining Concept, Historical introduction;

; Meaning and purpose; Features of CB; Approaches, techniques and strategies of CB; Issues in collective bargaining; Breakdown of CB. Unit:2- Process of Collective Bargaining Determination of bargaining unit, The bargaining agent, The process of negotiation, Preparation for bargaining: procedure & tactics; Contract administration; Collective bargaining & technological change; CB in India. Unit:3- Disciplinary Proceedings Judicial Approaches to Discipline; Disciplinary Proceedings; Domestic Enquiry and award of punishment; Nature of conflict and its Manifestations; Labor Administration Machinery Unit:4- Grievance Nature, Causes, Procedure of grievance; Redress mechanism; Case study Unit:5-Theory of wages The concept of wages, Theories of wage, The minimum wage, fair wage, living wage, relative wages and wage differentials, Productivity linkages, The dilemma of dearness allowance, The bonus issues, National wage policy. Unit:6-Wage Fixation Method Stages & prerequisites for collective fixation; collective bargaining as a Wage Fixation Method Unit:7-Unions & Management as Institutions To develop an understanding of and appreciation for the institution of collective bargaining Unit:8-Unions & collective bargaining Importance of the role of communication in the method of negotiation

SYLLABUS SPECIALIZATION: HR MANAGEMENT SEMESTER IV INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Unit: 1- Introduction & Overview International HRM; International HRM vis--vis Domestic HRM: Core concept; variables that moderate difference between domestic HRM & international HRM Unit: 2- Organizational Context Internationalization stages & HRM; Factors affecting HR activities; Growth path of globalizing firm & HRM implications; Linking HR to International Expansion Unit: 3-Strategies for International Growth Exploiting global integration-The logic of global integration, differentiation, Mastering expatriation, beyond the traditional expatriate model, the limits of global integration; Becoming locally responsive: The roots of responsiveness, understanding diversity, responding to diversity, the challenges of localization Unit: 4-Managing alliances and joint ventures Meaning, need, different kinds of alliances, Planning and negotiating alliances, implementing alliances, Supporting alliance learning, The evolving role of alliances Unit: 5-International Recruitment & Selection International hiring policies; sources of recruitment; Expatriate issues; Expatiate selection; Expatriate strategies; selection of HCN & TCN Unit: 6- International Performance Management Basic components; Factors associated with individual performance & appraisal; Criteria used for performance appraisal of international employees; HCN employees appraisal; Unit: 7-Training & Development Training & development in IHRM; Language training & HCN training; Developing International staffs; Multinational Training; Unit: 8- Compensation International Compensation Management; Approaches to International Compensation; Repatriation Process; Career Anxiety; Multinational responses on Repatriation; Unit-9 International Labor Relations Key issues in International Labor Relations; Labor unions & International Labor Relations; The response of Labor Unions to Multinationals; Unit-10 HRM practices in different countries Japan, USA, UK, Turkey, MiddleEast, India and China.