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Designed for persons interested in management and/or supervision. It develops an understanding of significant human resource management processes and systems utilized in today's business and government organizations. Employment-related legislation and current human resource management issues are surveyed. Topics cover human resource management processes with some emphasis on practical application of the techniques studied.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Describe the programs and processes associated with acquiring and maintaining an effective and efficient workforce.
Analyze some of the key human resource management issues facing Canadian organizations.
Have a working knowledge of the terminology and generally accepted procedures of major human resource management processes and programs, e.g., Recruitment and Selection, Compensation, Performance Management.
Identify the employment laws and regulations that apply to employers operating in British Columbia.
Make effective written and oral reports.
Effective as of Winter 2007
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