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HRM 310 Human Resource Management: A Strategic Framework

Consistent with current management thought this course examines the importance of human capital in organizations. Human Resource Management theories, trends, policies and practices are studied from a strategic management, decision-making perspective covering staffing compensation, employee development, employee relations, labor relations and related areas. A case study approach is used and outside research is required.

Special information

Recommended: MGMT 310 Principles of Management or MGMT 320 Organizational Behavior. Note: HRM 310 is recommended for general management and business administration students in addition to human resource management professionals.
4 Undergraduate credits

Effective August 1, 1998 to present

Learning outcomes

General

  • Understands, can apply and can effectively communicate a strategic management perspective of human resource management.
  • Understands, can apply and can effectively communicate a structured decision- making approach to human resource management decisions in a specific organizational context.
  • Understands, can apply and can effectively communicate selected HRM principles and current practices in the areas of staffing, compensation, benefits, training, labor and employee relations.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of HRM principles and current practices in the areas of staffing, compensation, benefits, training, labor and employee relations.
  • Communicate with HR stakeholders a strategic perspective of human resource management.
  • Discuss legal framework and core ethical values in HR policies and practices, including professionalism, antiracism, inclusion, and integrity.
  • Discuss ways to manage globally influenced workforce requirements to achieve organizational goals.

Spring 2024

Section Title Instructor books eservices
50 Human Resource Management: A Strategic Framework Bialek, Tani Books for HRM-310-50 Spring 2024 Course details for HRM-310-50 Spring 2024
51 Human Resource Management: A Strategic Framework McGlinchey-Morrissey, Michele K Books for HRM-310-51 Spring 2024 Course details for HRM-310-51 Spring 2024