HRM-101: Principles of Human Resources Management

$ 450.00

4 credit hours

Human Resource management is a central function of any organization. Generally, 50 percent or more of an organization’s operating budget is used to pay the people who work there

4 Credit Hours

Human Resource management is a central function of any organization. Generally, 50 percent or more of an organization’s operating budget is used to pay the people who work there. HR management can be defined as the effective use of human capital in an organization through the management of people-related activities.

The objective of this course is to provide students with the basic pillars incorporated with HRM. The course will take students on a joy ride-going from defining the strategic role of HR in the corporation, to designing job descriptions and specifications, then deals with the process of recruitment and selection. Similarly, the course also covers training and development, leadership development, quality control, performance appraisals, compensation benefits, employee safety and regulations, motivation, HR and workforce diversity and finally labor relations. The course has been designed in such a way so as to incorporate a sound theoretical base with enough analytical thinking.