MGMT 3385.1(.2) - Human Resource Management
A study of the conceptual and practical aspects of the human resource management function in organizations, with a special emphasis on business organizations. The course focuses on the major issues, procedures and problems involved in human resource planning, recruitment and selection, compensation, training and development, and maintenance of human resources.
|Prerequisite:||MGMT 2383.1(.2) and 2384.1(.2) or
PSYC 3327.1(.2) and 4427.1(.2).
|Canadian Human Resource Management: A Strategic Approach
Schwind, H.F., Das, H., Wagar, T
Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 2007
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|Delivery Mode:||Class study online with weekly deadlines|
|Credits:||3 credit hours|
|Plug-Ins:||Flash, Acrobat Reader|