Human Resource Management

Application fee : 13.63 USD


Location: Online
Type: Certificate course
Director: Dr. Abhijit Gangopadhyay
Coordinator: Raashmika Das
Language: English
Duration: 3 Weeks
Course fee: 136.34 USD
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Course Details

Brief Description:

  • There are various evolutionary social science theories that arrogate issues like culture, social structure and stratification, ideological perspectives on development and social transformation etc.
  • Many of these theories have been modified and tailored to understand certain organizational issues like organizational life cycle, structure, culture, conflict resolution etc.
  • The basic purpose of this course is to acquaint students with these social science theories as applicable to organizations with a special reference to Human Resource Management.
  • Secondly, in recent years, several changes have taken place in the arena of HRM owing to changes in the external environment due to  Globalisation, Technological advancement, De-regulations, and Consequently in the internal environment of organizations due to  organization restructuring, business process re-engineering, re-engineering of work processes, increasing work force diversity etc.
  • It is therefore imperative for students to understand and internalize the core issues, problems and techniques of HRM, and develop professional knowledge for effective management of human resources in the organizations.
  • Concurrently, employee relations play a pivotal role in the perpetuation of organizational competitiveness.
  • It is therefore indispensable for students to be familiar with major components of employee relations, and the role-played by copious political, economic and social institutions in employee relations from both organizational and broader perspectives.
  • Keeping this in view, the present course is designed to look at HRM and ER issues from a unified perspective.

Course learning objectives:

  • Provide students a fundamental understanding of social science theories applicable to organizations.
  • Present a basic theoretical  understanding and general framework for HRM functions in organizations.
  • Describe the historical and holistic perspectives to employee relations.
  • Orient students to the dynamics of employee relations; and Build up the student’s hands-on propensity to deal with HRM and employee relations issues through case presentation and simulating exercises.

Course Curriculum topics:

  • Session 1 - Introduction Human Resource Management
  • Session 2 - Employee Resourcing
  • Session 3 - Job Design
  • Session 4 - Employee Development
  • Session 5 - Employees Compensation
  • Session 6 - Introduction to Employee Relations