IHR511 - Introductory Human Resources

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Subject Title
Introductory Human Resources

Subject Description
This subject is a basic introduction to the elements of Human Resources Management.

Credit Status
IHR511 is a required credit for all students enrolled in the one-year Office Administration - Executive diploma program.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Demonstrate an understanding of the conceptual foundation of Human Resources Management.

2. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the strategic role of Human Resources Management and the legal environment.

3. Explain the components of job design.

4. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the recruitment and selection processes.

5. Demonstrate the importance of performance management.

6. Demonstrate knowledge of basic compensations and employee benefits.

7. Demonstrate an understanding of issues related to Occupational Safety and Labour relations.

(One or more these topics may be omitted due to time constraints.)

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