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1 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 2440 HRIR 2440 A03 Winter Term 2016 Room 140 Drake Centre Instructor: Janet Eisbrenner Office Location: 360 Drake Centre Phone: Office Hours: Monday 1:45-2:30 (or by appointment) Fax: Class Room: 140 Drake Centre Class Time: Tuesday 8:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. I. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course serves as an introduction to Human Resources Management (HRM) and its contributions to the workplace. Students will learn the importance of aligning the management of human resources with organizational strategy. The course will examine the evolution of human resource management from a primarily administrative function to a strategic partner and decision maker in the organization. Among other things, the course will look at the effective management of human capital, solutions for sourcing talent, selecting for high performance, managing performance, selective retention, managing a diverse workforce, recognizing employee rights, and legislative requirements II. TEACHING METHODS This course is largely interactive-based and involves a combination of lecture, group discussion and exercises, simulation drills, role plays, group presentation and class dialogue. The course will be supplemented by audio-visual materials, power points and hand-outs. Preparatory work for class such as assigned reading is expected of each student. Informed participation will be a significant course evaluation factor. The course is designed to encourage interdisciplinary discussions of a variety of forms that are integral to human resource management in a Canadian context. III. COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. Build a foundation and base knowledge about Human Resource Management and be able to comprehend application of the concepts both professionally and personally. 2. Gain a general understanding of the human resource function from a theoretical and practical perspective. 3. Acquire an understanding and recognition of Human Resource issues facing managers along with developing options for addressing these issues. 4. Develop insights on what it is like to work in the Human Resource profession 5. Identify ways of having management and employees work effectively together. 6. Acquire human resources management skills and a basic understanding of employment laws

2 COURSE MATERIALS Required Course Texts: Schwind, H., Das, H., Wagar, T., & Fassina, N. (2013), 10 th Ed. Canadian Human Resource Management: A Strategic Approach. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson COURSE ASSESSMENT Student progress will be assessed through the following: ASSIGNMENTS / EXAMS VALUES DUE DATE Quiz 1 5% January 26 Quiz 2 5% February 9 Mid-Term Exam 20% February 23 Group Project: (Total worth 15%) a) Project Overview & Hypothesis Statement b) Group Presentation 2% 13% March 8 March 15, 22, *29,(tentative) Final Exam 45% TBA Participation and Peer Evaluation 10% - Total 100% - Course Assessment Details: 1. Quiz 1 January 26 The quiz is related to a specific module, identified by your instructor 2 days prior on the course UM Learn news section. The quiz will consist of multiple choice, true and false questions and/or short answer. The quiz is worth 5% of your total course grade. 2. Quiz 2 February 9 The quiz is related to a specific module, identified by your instructor 2 days prior on the course UM Learn news section. The quiz will consist of multiple choice, true and false questions and/or short answer. The quiz is worth 5% of your total course grade. 3. Mid-Term Exam February 23 The term exam will test your knowledge of the topics covered to the exam date. Additional information will be provided in class. A mid-term overview will be uploaded on the course UM Learn site in the news section one week prior. The mid-term is worth 20% of your total course grade. 2

3 4. Group Project This is a group project research-based assignment on a topic area of Human Resource Management. Your task is to choose a specific topic, research that topic and present your findings to the class. Students can choose a topic from a list provided by your instructor or choose their own topic, as approved by the instructor. Detailed information about this group project will be reviewed in class and uploaded on the course UM Learn site in the assignment drop box area. Students will conduct a peer evaluation of a particular team presentation. Students will also have opportunity to complete a team assessment form to evaluate their own and team members participation on the group project. The project has two parts: a) Project Overview (Written submission) Due March 8 Each group is to submit a written report that provides an overview of your group project, hypothesis statement, proposal for your presentation, preliminary and tentative bibliography list and a breakdown of team member roles, tasks and responsibilities. Your overview is worth 2%. b) Group Project Presentation Presentations are March 15, 22, 29 *(tentative) Each group is to present their project to the class. Groups have considerable leeway as to their presentation but it should be based on your submitted project overview. A question and answer period will follow each presentation. Each group is to prepare questions for the class audience; the class audience can also make inquiries to the presenting team. The group presentation mark is evaluated on 1) teamwork; 2) evident research and analysis, 3) connection to course content 4) human resource management strategy; and 5) presentation creativity. Additional presentation details will be provided to you in class. Your group presentation is graded as a group and is worth 13%. Your instructor reserves the right to mark individually, if deemed appropriate. 5. Final Exam April (Date TBA) This is a cumulative exam that will cover learning throughout the semester. The exam will be more heavily weighted on material covered following the mid-term. Additional information will be provided in class. (Identification is not required; no special tools are required or permitted). Your final exam is worth 45%. 6. Participation Participation is determined by attendance, evidence of course material reading, attention to content on the course UM Learn site, and active presence and participation in ALL class processes including discussions, peer evaluation, role-play exercises and group presentation.* Students using cell phones or internet during class will be deemed absent, unless the purpose pertains to course learning a class activity. Active class participation will be considered an extra that can help a borderline grade. Your participation mark is worth 10% of your final grade. *(Refer to Class Expectations and Policy in the course syllabus for detail regarding class expectations) 3

4 ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENT NOTES: 1) Assignments are to be handed in electronically to the assignment drop box in UM Learn by 10:00 p.m. on the assignment due date. Include a header at the top left corner of EACH page that includes the following: Group #, team member names, course number, and date. Submit to the assignment drop box using a file name that includes: Group #, course name, assignment name. I. e. SmithHRIR2440AO3GroupProjectOverview. Assignments must be double spaced. Always keep a copy of your work. Use Times New Roman or Arial 12 font. 2) There will be a 1 point deduction per late day. Assignments are not accepted after three days from the due date. An exception applies only under special circumstances (i.e. medical) and through consultation with your instructor and possibly supporting documentation from a Medical Doctor. 3) All assignments should include theory and concepts from the text, class lecture and course material. These should be briefly explained and noted how they apply to the particular situation you are discussing. Inclusive language and formal writing is expected. Assignments require application of basic rules of grammar, organization, spelling and good communication in response to particular assignment questions and expectations. 4) All material referred to in any assignment MUST be appropriately referenced. Plagiarism is a serious academic offence. Refer to the syllabus departmental academic integrity page. 5) All papers for this course should follow the APA (American Psychological Association) in-text citation/documentation format (author s last name, year of publication and page numbers). Copies of the Publication Manual of the APA are available in the U of M Library and bookstore. You can also refer to the electronic hand-out in the course UM Learn site, Module I, as a starting reference point. Be sure to include a bibliography with your assignments, APA format. 6) Essay Introduction and Conclusion: Academic work should have a clear and easily-identifiable purpose. This is accomplished by beginning the paper with an introduction. A thesis statement is helpful in setting out a clear purpose but may not be enough by itself. Hence, you may want to include a purpose statement (i.e. 2-3 sentences). The purpose statement will set out and identify what you set out to do in your paper and how you will go about it. Your paper should end with a concluding paragraph that emphasizes the main point in your introduction. (It should not be a repetitive summary of your purpose statement). The conclusion gives you an opportunity to persuasively and succinctly restate your thesis. For example, the conclusion can be a place in which to explain the strength of your argument presented in the content paragraphs. Remember that the conclusion is not the place to introduce new information or new ideas. New ideas are to be brought forth in the content paragraphs of your essay. 7) Students wanting evaluative feedback prior to the voluntary withdrawal deadline date, should e- mail me to arrange a discussion time before class or to schedule an appointment. 8) I will re-grade work that is appealed. Grading appeals must include a detailed written description of your concern and reasons why your mark should be changed (based on Human Resource Management themes). Subsequent to re-grade, your grade might raise, stay the same, or drop. 4

5 COURSE PROCESS EXPECTATIONS AND CLASS POLICY: 1. It is anticipated that you will attend every class on time and stay for the entire session. If you have an unavoidable conflict that prohibits this, please make an effort not to disturb your classmates or interrupt the session. Please let me know prior to a session if you will be absent. 2. Treat all members of the classroom with dignity and respect. 3. Every class requires the participant s active participation in a meaningful way that enhances group learning. It is important that you complete assigned readings and case study questions including review of the pre-posted slides prior to class so that you may dynamically participate. 4. Active engagement in small group and class discussion is expected. Quality discussion includes offering a unique and relevant perspective, moving the analysis forward, providing evidence, demonstrating recognition of course material and integrating these with reflective thinking, and linking course concepts and themes to current events. 5. This course is registered on the university s learning management system UM Learn site. It is anticipated that you will regularly check this site for important instructor information such as news, power point, upcoming agendas or material, and calendar reminders. 6. Group Work - It is expected that ALL group members contribute in an equitable fashion. Social loafing is not accepted. Social loafing occurs when a group member relies on remaining group members to complete group tasks, and does not contribute to group work. If you feel that a group member is not adequately contributing to the project, please respond as follows: 1) address your concerns with that group member as early, as directly, and as respectfully as possible. Indicate your expectations of that group member, including specific instructions for how he/she can contribute to the group; 2) If the individual is not responsive to your concerns, express them again via , and copy me; 3) Agree upon a way in which that person can contribute to the group and notify me by of your solution; 4) If the problem persists, make an appointment for your group to meet with me. We will attempt to resolve the problem together; 5) If this fails, leave the person s name off the group project; 6) I will inform the group member that s/he will receive a zero. I will only give a zero if steps 1-4 have been followed. FINAL GRADES WILL BE SUBMITTED AS FOLLOWS: Letter Grade Percentage GPA A % 4.5 A 80-89% 4.0 B % 3.5 B 70-74% 3.0 C % 2.5 C 60-64% 2.0 D 50-59% 1.0 F Below

6 SCHEDULE AND TOPICS* *The course schedule may vary as the course progresses and as student interests interact with course material. To confirm the schedule, readings and hand-outs, refer to student power point on the course UM Learn content. DATE TOPICS AND ASSESSMENTS REQUIRED READINGS Module 1: January 12 Module 2: January 19 Module 3: January 26 Module 4: February 2 Module 5: February 9 February 23 Module 6:, March 1, 8 March 15, 22, 29* (tentative) Module 7 March 29 April 5 Module I: Introductory Class Introduction to Human Resource Management Module II: Planning Human Resources A. Job Analysis and Design B. Human Resource Planning Module III: Attracting Human Resources A. Legal Requirements & Managing Diversity B. Recruitment C. Selection Quiz 1 January 26 Module IV: Placing, Developing, and Evaluating Human Resources A. Orientation, Training & Development, Career Planning B. Performance Management Module V: Motivating and Rewarding Human Resources A. Compensation Management B. Employee Benefits Quiz 2 February 9 Reading Week February No Classes Group Project Team Formation Mid-Term Module VI: Maintaining High Performance A. Managing Employee Relations B. Ensuring Health & Safety in the Workplace C. The Union-Management Framework Written Report Overview - Due March 8 Group Project Group Project Presentations Module VII: Human Resource Management in a Global Context Lecture, Group Project Presentation (tentative) Final Class Finish Module VII, Final Exam Overview, Final Remarks Final Exam Date TBA Chapter 1 Introductions, course overview, lecture Chapters 2 and 3 -Lecture, Case Analysis Chapters 4, 5, 6 Lecture, Group Exercise Group Project Introductions Chapters 7 & 8 Lecture, Exercise Chapters 9 & 10 -Lecture, Video, Group Exercises - Chapters 11, 12, 13 Lecture, Video; Case Study Analysis - Chapter 14 Lecture, HR exercises, Lecture, Activity, Exam Overview Review - 6

7 AACSB Assurance of Learning Goals and Objectives. The Asper School of Business is proudly accredited by AACSB. Accreditation requires a process of continuous improvement of the School and our students. Part of student improvement is ensuring that students graduate with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their careers. To do so, the Asper School has set the learning goals and objectives listed below for the Undergraduate Program. The checked goal(s) and objective(s) will be addressed in this course and done so by means of the items listed next to the checkmark. Goals and Objective in the Undergraduate Program 1 Quantitative Reasoning A. Determine which quantitative analysis technique is appropriate for solving a specific problem. B. Use the appropriate quantitative method in a technically correct way to solve a business problem. C. Analyze quantitative output and arrive at a conclusion. 2 Written Communication A. Use correct English grammar and mechanics in their written work. Goals and Objectives Addressed in this Course Course Item(s) Relevant to these Goals and Objectives Some quantitative analysis in case analysis Written case assignment overview B. Communicate in a coherent and logical manner Written case assignment overview C. Present ideas in a clear and organized fashion. Written case assignment overview 3 Ethical Thinking A. Identify ethical issues in a problem or case situation Case analysis discussions, group project B. Identify the stakeholders in the situation. Modules I, II & VI C. Analyze the consequences of alternatives from an ethical standpoint. Modules IV and VI D. Discuss the ethical implications of the decision. Module IV and VI 4 Core Business Knowledge Entire course 7

8 ACADEMIC POLICY 1) Unclaimed Assignments: Pursuant to the FIPPA Review Committee s approved recommendations as of August 15, 2007, all unclaimed student assignments will become the property of the faculty and will be subject to destruction six months after the completion of any given academic term. 2) Religious Holidays: The University of Manitoba acknowledges the right of all students to observe recognized holy days of their faith. Please inform me as soon as possible of your intended absence(s). 3) Accessibility Services: Students are encouraged to speak to the instructor and/or contact Accessibility Services at: should special arrangements need to be made to meet course requirements. This is in relation to students with documented disabilities, temporary or chronic medical conditions requiring academic accommodations for exams (i.e. private space) or during lectures. 4) Voluntary Withdrawal: The last day for voluntary withdrawal without academic penalty is March 18 (no refund) ) University Policy Effective September 1, 2013, the U of M will only use your university account for official communications, including messages from your instructors, department or faculty, academic advisors, and other administrative offices. If you have not already been doing so, please send all s from your U of M account. Remember to include your full name, student number and faculty in all correspondence. For more information visit: 6) Deferred Exams Effective September 2005, the Department of Business Administration has instituted a policy which provides ONE DATE ONLY for students who have deferred their final exams. The deferred final exam date has been pre-set for May 6, 2016 at 1pm in Drake room 104. This does not apply to take home final exams. Please refer to University of Manitoba s Policy 1305 Exam Regulations ( or the Undergraduate Program Office for rules and regulations concerning deferred exams 8

9 Academic Integrity It is critical to the reputation of the Asper School of Business and of our degrees that everyone associated with our faculty behave with the highest academic integrity. As the faculty that helps create business and government leaders, we have a special obligation to ensure that our ethical standards are beyond reproach. Any dishonesty in our academic transactions violates this trust. Section 8 of the University Policies, found in The University of Manitoba Calendar, addresses the issue of academic dishonesty. Specifically, acts of academic dishonesty include, but are not limited to: - using the exact words of a published or unpublished author without quotation marks and without referencing the source of these words - duplicating a table, graph or diagram, in whole or in part, without referencing the source - paraphrasing the conceptual framework, research design, interpretation, or any other ideas of another person, whether written or verbal (e.g., personal communications, ideas from a verbal presentation) without referencing the source - copying the answers of another student in any test, examination, or take-home assignment - providing answers to another student in any test, examination, or take-home assignment - taking any unauthorized materials into an examination or term test (crib notes) - impersonating another student or allowing another person to impersonate oneself for the purpose of submitting academic work or writing any test or examination - stealing or mutilating library materials - accessing test prior to the time and date of the sitting - changing name or answer(s) on a test after that test has been graded and returned - submitting the same paper or portions thereof for more than one assignment, without discussions with the instructors involved Group Projects and Group Work Many courses in the Asper School of Business require group projects. Students should be aware that group projects are subject to the same rules regarding academic dishonesty. Because of the unique nature of group projects, all group members should exercise special care to ensure that the group project does not violate the policy on Academic Integrity. Should a violation occur, group members are jointly accountable unless the violation can be attributed to a specific individual(s). Some courses, while not requiring group projects, encourage students to work together in groups (or at least do not prohibit it) before submitting individual assignments. Students are encouraged to discuss this issue as it relates to academic integrity with their instructor to avoid violating this policy. In the Asper School of Business, all suspected cases of academic dishonesty are passed to the Dean's office in order to ensure consistency of treatment. 9

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