Employee Resourcing

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Course code

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12064DHRM/ HDHR

Course title

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Employee Resourcing

Status

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Compulsory

Credit rating

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4

Aims:

  • To develop knowledge of key employee resourcing
  • To develop theories and concepts, as well as the ability to apply this knowledge to organizational problems. In this subject, students will develop knowledge and skills to enable them to engage in a range of activities associated with employee resourcing including the recruitment and selection of staff, the management and reward of performance and the release of people from the organization.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course unit, the student should able to,

  • Evaluate key employee resourcing concepts, theories and techniques.
  • Explain the environmental context in which employee resourcing is designed, operated, reviewed and improved.
  • Discuss the relationship between employee resourcing and other key areas of HRM in organisations.
  • Evaluate the ethical and legal obligations associated with employee resourcing.
  • Utilise appropriate skills to undertake a range of day to day employee resourcing functions relating to recruitment, selection, managing performance and reward and employee release from the organisation.

Course Contents:

Introduction to Employee Resourcing:The context of employee resourcing, The strategic significance of employee resourcing, Approaches to employee resourcing, Human Resource Planning: HRP process and links to strategic planning; assessing current human resource needs; strategies for effective planning. Recruitment and Selection, Performance Management,Reward Management: The nature of reward strategies; links with human resource strategies; the design of systems, Fringe benefits, Performance-related-pay, Exiting the Organisation: Retirement; redundancy; dismissal; legal considerations, Ethics and Professionalism: Ethical framework for judging HR practices; Career and Talent Management: Professional Considerations When Managing Human Resources.

Method of Teaching and Learning:

Lectures, Case Studies, Group Discussion

Assessment:

Examination, Assignment, Presentation

Recommended Reading:

Armstrong, M. (2010). A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice,KoganPage, London.

Dessler G. (2011). Human Resource Management, Prentice Hall, New Delhi, India.

Iles, P. (2009). Employee Resourcing, 1st Edition,  Edinburgh Business School Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom.

Milkovich.  Bondreau, J. (2010). Human Resource Management, Irwin Book Team, London.

Opatha, H. H. D. N. P. (2009). Human Resource Management, Author Publication, Colombo

Pilbeam, Stephen &Corbridge, M.  (2006). People Resourcing: Contemporary HRM in Practice, 3rd Edition, FT Prentice Hall, Essex.

Taylor, S. (2008), People Resourcing, 4th Edition, CIPD, London.

 

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