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1 Siena Heights University at Kellogg Community College MGT 360: Human Resources Management (HRM) Faculty Name: Office Hours: Phone Numbers: Jeanne Doonan (pronounced do none ) By appointment Office: (269) (v-mail) Home: (269) (before 9 pm) Cell: (269) (only if very urgent) Class Meeting/Time: 9am 5 pm 4 Saturdays: 5/2, 5/16, 5/30 and 6/13, Room No. TBD Required Texts: Human Resources Management, 12 th edition, by Robert L. Mathis and John H. Jackson OR only obtain chapters needed as follows: type in ISBN number: e-chapters division *A Writer s Resource: A Handbook for Writing and Research, Maimon & Peritz, McGraw-Hill. ISBN: * Note: This resource book will be used throughout all Siena Heights University classes, including the Master s Degree program Siena Heights University Mission Statement The mission of Siena Heights, a Catholic University, founded and sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters, is to assist people to become more competent, purposeful, and ethical through a teaching and learning environment which respects the dignity of all. Course Description 1. To develop a greater understanding of the roles employees, first line supervisors, managers, organizations, and perhaps to a certain extent, society, play in effective HRM. 2. To view HRM functions in relation to one another, organizational strategy and performance goals, and employees (and the student s own) career management. 3. To see how the trends of today s world have a critical impact on HRM issues and needs. 4. To develop your skills in communication, problem diagnosis, analysis and application of theory (i.e., integrative thinking). 5. To review the role of training and development (i.e., Human Resources Development [HRD] as it relates to HRM).

2 Course Outcomes 1. You will obtain a comprehensive introductory foundation into many of the major legal, ethical, and practical issues of HRM. 2. You will start applying your knowledge of these concepts in your course studies and any applicable experiences in the real work world as/ if possible. 3. Based upon 1 and 2 above, you will continue to enhance your skills in the fields of communication, problem solving, decision making, creative (i.e., outside of the box ) thinking, analysis, and integrative/comprehensive thinking. Siena Heights University Program Outcome Statement Graduates of Siena Heights University will have gained the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to continue developing as self-respecting adults; and will be capable of: Making sense of their daily work and personal lives Taking appropriate actions Realizing that their search for final answers must be lifelong Learning Strategies Method of Instruction: Material will be covered through lecture, in-class questions and discussion, and student presentations designed to introduce theory and concepts from the textbook. Assessment Strategies Course Preparation and Class Time: You will spend 28 hours in class, on four Saturdays. We are scheduled to meet seven hours each period and you will need all of that time. Plan on reading three chapters from your text for each class, as well as supplemental articles needed for research purposes. You may need to participate in or phone discussions between class sessions (if applicable), and you will need to forward your assignments to the instructor in a timely manner. Based on reading assignments, research, and other assignments, you will need to plan an additional hours per week on this class. Grading Policy and Scale Assignment Points Exercises or case studies 400 (45 points each) (405 total = 5 extra credit) Quizzes 200 (100 each) Presentation 200 Research Paper and/or interview 200 Total possible points 1,000 PLEASE NOTE: any assignment that has a due date and is turned in late will be reduced in grade, unless previous arrangements (e.g., certain emergencies or unexpected situations) have been made with the instructor to turn the assignment in late. For example, if an assignment is due on the date of the second class but is not turned in until the third class without instructor approval, the highest grade one can receive would be the equivalent of a B.

3 Grading Scale: % (950-1,000 points) A 90-94% ( points) A % ( points) B % ( points) B 75-79% ( points) C % ( points) C 65-69% ( points) D % ( points) D Attendance Policy In order to achieve the goals of this class, your attendance is required. The instructor understands that extenuating circumstances could occur. However, if that is the case, you need to make arrangements with the instructor as soon as possible to make alternative arrangements. Also, because the class is three credit hours but meets only four times, you are expected to arrange your schedule so that you attend the entire class each of the four Saturdays. If you miss part of a Saturday, you will miss the equivalent of at least one week of class. Academic Dishonesty Policy A. Definition Academic dishonesty is unethical behavior which in any way violates the standards of scholarly conduct. It includes such behaviors as cheating on assignments or examinations, plagiarizing, submitting the same or essentially the same papers for more than one course without the consent of all instructors concerned, misappropriating library materials, or the destroying of or tampering with computer files. Also included in academic dishonesty is knowingly or intentionally helping another to violate any part of this policy. Plagiarism is the failure to give credit for the use of any material from outside sources, including the Internet. It includes, but is not limited to: verbatim use of a quote without quotation marks and adequate documentation; submission of a paper, prepared by another person, as one s own work; using the ideas, facts, words, photographs, pictures, graphics, or data of someone else and claiming them as your own; or not documenting ideas, facts, words or data gathered during research. B. Student responsibility Students should familiarize themselves with the complete Siena Heights University Academic Dishonesty Policy, which can be obtained from the SHU Undergraduate Catalog on the website. Students are not excused from adherence to the policy even if they have not read it. Academic and Professional Integrity Siena Heights University expects its students to use resources with consideration for ethical concerns and legal restrictions. The principles of truth and honesty are recognized qualities of a scholar and of a competent, purposeful and ethical individual. Siena Heights University expects its students to honor these principles. Academic and professional integrity refers to the representation of one s self and one s work honestly while

4 demonstrating respect for the accomplishments and contributions of others. Penalties for plagiarism and copyright infringement are at the discretion of the course instructor. Academic Accommodations (Disability Statement) Siena Heights University is committed to providing a learning environment that benefits all students. Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, all reasonable accommodations will be made to meet the documented needs of students. The Siena Accommodations Policy for Students with Disabilities requires a student to provide written documentation of his/her disability to the Academic Advising Office. If you require special accommodations, it is your responsibility to notify each instructor during the first two weeks of the semester. (See page 194 of the SHU Undergraduate Catalog available on the SHU website.) Course Schedule/ Assignment List Date May 2 Assignments Due Introductions, Review Course Syllabus, Lecture Chapters 1, 3, 4 and in-class discussion; (chapter questions assigned for Ch. 1, 3 and 4 due second class) May 16 Turn in exercises Ch. 1, 3, 4; Lecture Ch. 6, 8, and 10 and in-class discussion; review pages for Quiz #1 (chapter questions assigned for Ch. 6, 8 and 10 due third class) May 30 Turn in exercises Ch. 6, 8 and 10; Lecture Ch. 11, 12 and 16 and in-class discussion; review pages for Quiz #2 and questions re: 10 + minute presentation and research paper due on last class. (chapter questions for Ch., 11,12 and 16 due last class) June 13 Course evaluations; quiz #2; students turn in chapter questions for Ch. 11,12 and 16; students give presentations and turn in presentation (research) papers

5 Presentation and Research Paper: Due the fourth class session You will complete a paper totaling 5-7 pages regarding either 1.) an interview with an employee who performs a/ the Human Resources function in an organization; or 2.) a topic within HRM that is of interest to you. If you interview someone in the HR role, include at least three of the questions listed below in preparing your report or presentation. Otherwise, if you choose to prepare a paper regarding a topic of interest, use one of the topics below or another HR related topic AND obtain approval from the instructor prior to initiating your research. The presentation must be completed on PowerPoint (bring an extra copy in case of computer difficulties) and should be at least 10 but no more than 20 minutes in duration. The research paper and presentation are each worth 200 points for a total of 400 possible points. Interview (and possible research) topics: Use 3 or more of the below items in an interview Could use one or more (or other) topic items for paper with pre-approval from instructor: 1. Describe how the organization manages the HR function. What role do you think the department plays in the organization (strategic, operational, advisory, combination of, etc ) 2. Describe the impact/ relevance of the following environmental factors (if applicable) on the company s HR objectives and practices: a) the global economy (private sector) and/or political climate (public sector) b) its current technology c) the size of (primarily by number of employees and other factors if applicable, such as sales) d) its form or organization, particularly its use of teams vs. individuals e) its competitive strategy f) top management s philosophies, visions, and values g) its business/ organizational objectives 3. Describe what management appears to expect from its employees. What does the organization agree to give employees in return? 4. Describe the organization s recruitment objectives and the degree to which these objectives are serving its business and HR objectives. 5. Regarding organizational staffing, activities, what are the criteria, methods and procedures being used to select applicants? 6. Describe the organizational training and development objectives and activities.

6 7. Describe the objectives of the organization s performance review system and the degree to which these objectives are serving its business/organizational and HR objectives. 8. Describe the direct and/or indirect compensation plan for the organization and the degree to which these plans and activities serve the business/organization and HR objectives. 9. What are the most likely types of safety and health issues at the organization. 10. What are the views of management regarding union representation of their workers? A little about the Instructor Hello my name is Jeanne Doonan (pronounced Jean Do none ). I have worked in the field of Human Resources as a Trainer, HR Manager, and currently as a Senior Human Resources Advisor. I began my career at a plastic prototyping company in After 2 years as a Training Specialist/HR Manager, I started working at the City of Kalamazoo in I have a strong interest in organization and employee relations and behaviors. In 1990, I graduated with a Masters degree from Western Michigan University in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. I then started in the doctoral program in Educational Leadership, but I found it somewhat redundant to my first Master s program. So, I transferred to the MA program of Counseling Education, emphasis in Post- Secondary education, and completed this program at WMU in I passed the National Counselor Exam in 1995 and became certified as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC.). I also passed the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) Professional exam for the Professional Human Resources Certification (PHR) in You will find my teaching style, quite frankly, to be very down to earth, just as I am in my daily HR work. To be in HR, I think it is crucial for one to know their strengths and weaknesses (development needs) in working with people. I am not incredibly extroverted, but I like to help people help themselves and find meaning in their education. To be honest with you, the ups and downs of college and daily living have made me quite humble. Therefore, please know that I respect all of the experience that you bring to this class, and I look forward to learning from each and every one of you. I look forward to seeing you on the first day of class. If you have any questions prior to class, please feel free to contact me at (269)

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