06210583 - Principles of Human Ressources Management

Credit hour 4
Total number of hours 24
Number of hours for lectures 24

Goals

Overall review of HRM  at a time of shifting certainties and of a lack of actual solutions. New prospects to understand the motivation, satisfaction processes and widden it to include compensation, training, industrial relations, expatriation and coping with stress at work.

TARGETED KNOWLEDGE
  • OPENNESSSOCIAL
  • RESPONSIBILITY
  • LINK BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICES

TARGETED SKILLS
  • STRATEGY
  • ANALYSIS
  • STRATEGIC ROLL OUT
  • MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP
  • CHANGE MANAGEMENT
  • DEVELOPEMENT

Content

INTRODUCTION: definition and large scope of HRM practices    

Part 1 Context and main challenges in HRM 
  • Recruitment and new practices  
  • Training and new methods 
  • Industrial relations in the 21st C  

Part 2 WORKPLACE EMPOWERMENT AND ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT 
  • Wages and motivation process
  • Expatriation and other international assignments
  • Career planning 

CONCLUSION     

Bibliography

BOOKS USED AS REFERENCE:
  • Vance, C.M. & Paik, Y. (2015), Managing a global workforce, Routledge, New York, 3rd edition.

Tests

Final Exam
Written

Continuing Examination
In class examination, 2h
Nature of student work and proportion weight: case study

Additional Information

TEACHING METHODS
Theoretical framework in international human resources management + current habits in SMEs and MNCs. 
Real case studies.

ADDITIONAL READINGS: 
Hall, E.T. (1984), The silent language, Seuil, Paris. 
Redman, T. & Wilkinson, A. (2011), Contemporary Human Resources Management, Prentice Hall, London.