Learning Outcomes. Contribute to the development, implementation, and evaluation of employee recruitment, selection, and retention plans and processes. Administer and contribute to the design and evaluation of the performance management program. Develop, implement, and evaluate employee orientation, training.
HRM is useful not only to organization, but the employees working therein, and also the society at large also find it useful. The objectives can be as under: 1. Organizational Objectives: Human Resource Management links people-related activities to business strategy. The course develops a critical understanding of the role and functions of the various human resource activities in an organisation, providing students with a comprehensive review of key HRM concepts, techniques and issues. Topics include job analysis and design, recruitment and selection, evaluation, performance management, occupational health and safety, and the strategic contribution of HRM to organisational performance and evaluating HRM effectiveness. Working with contemporary case studies, students not only engage in collaborative and individual work processes but use communication and discourse characteristic of the HRM context and environment.