Basics of Human Resource Management HRM1LF101-3016 07.09.2020-11.12.2020 5 (EVENING, ...)+-
You understand the role and added value HRM delivers to organisational performance and how it relates to strategy. You can describe the goals and processes of each HRM area. You recognise the rights and obligations labour law and the tripartite system sets for the employee and employer. You understand the ethical issues in HR management and business process outsourcing.
Starting level and linkage with other courses
- HRM process including HR strategy and planning, recruitment and selection, performance management, rewarding, wellbeing at work, health and safety, training and development and exit management
- Labour law from the employee’s perspective including employment contracts, tripartite system, collaborative negotiations, discipline and grievance
- CSR from the HR viewpoint
- HR outsourcing
Assessment criteria - grade 1
- Knowledge: You know the key concepts within the course’s scope, but are yet to develop the general view and the big picture of the subject matter.
- Skills: - You can complete given tasks and assignments with assistance. You need to develop how to apply knowledge.
- Competence: You demonstrate some ability to perform skills and have basic knowledge, but you have difficulty to manage without assistance
Assessment criteria - grade 3
- Knowledge: You know the key concepts well and can explain how the theories and models function and the tools are used. You have a general view of the subject matter.
- Skills: You complete given tasks and assignments independently. You apply knowledge in hands-on business related situations. You can critique your own practice and identify ways to improve.
- Competence: You demonstrate sufficient ability to perform skills and have basic to good knowledge. You can perform independently, but you have some challenges in passing on your skills and knowledge to others. You have an interest in professional development.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
- Knowledge: You have a strong command of the key and related concepts. You can critically evaluate theories, models and tools. You can demonstrate explicit knowledge of the subject matter, and how it relates to other disciplines.
- Skills: You apply knowledge in demanding business related situations. You can prioritize and critically select tools and methods for solving complex problems in the subject matter.
- Competence: You execute skills with natural proficiency and you have detailed and explicit knowledge. You can perform independently and you are also able and actively willing to help others develop and pass on your skills. You have an attitude of continuous professional development.