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1 COURSE NAME: Human Resource Management (Web) CREDIT HOURS: 3 ONGROUND HOURS: 0 ONLINE HOURS: 3 INSTRUCTOR: David Gerth OFFICE PHONE: (615) GOOGLE VOICE: (615) OFFICE NUMBER: C-232G OFFICE HOURS: See times posted in Contact & Help Information in the Content area of the course under Getting Started and on my office door. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Provides information about basic principles of managing human resources: laws that relate to all aspects of HR function, HR planning, job analysis, job specifications, employee selection, training and development, performance evaluations, salary determination, benefits, labor relations, and current techniques used to improve productivity and morale. PREREQUISITES: The prerequisites for this course are DSPR 0800, Developmental Reading, and DSPW 0700, Basic Writing, or equivalent skills. If you have not met these prerequisites, please contact your instructor within the first week of the semester. COURSE EXPLANATON: A brief explanation of the course is found at: ww2.nscc.edu/gerth_d/bus /explanation.htm. COURSE OUTCOMES: After completing BUS 2250, students should be able to: 1. Explain the strategic importance of human resource management. 2. Assess legal human resource management practices. 3. Illustrate how organizations recruit and select job applicants according to accepted standards. 4. Analyze methods of training and developing employees. 5. Provide a critical analysis of organizational compensation. 6. Summarize the ways organizations maintain good employee relations. Page 1 of 8

2 COURSE COMPETENCIES: The following are detailed course competencies intended to support the course outcomes: Without reference to notes or other materials students should be able to: 1. Present an overview of the strategic role of human resource management. 2. Outline the strategic management process in relation to human resources. 3. Explain how the law relates to human resource management. 4. Discuss job requirements and the role of job design, job analysis, and job specifications. 5. Explain the importance of planning for a firm's human resource needs. 6. Describe the components of an effective recruitment process. 7. Define the critical factors of the employee selection process. 8. Explain the various types of human resource interviews. 9. Summarize various approaches for orienting, training, and developing employees. 10. Describe the components of an effective performance evaluation system. 11. Present an overview of various methods of employee compensation. 12. Summarize employee benefits and services. 13. Explain ethics, justice, and fair treatment in human resource management. 14. Identify salient aspects of labor relations and the collective bargaining process. 15. Describe how human resource managers protect employee safety and health. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: A Framework for Human Resource Management, Dessler, 6 th edition. Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN: COURSE COMMUNICATION: Desire2Learn (D2L), aka NS Online, the course management software program we will use this semester, has an internal function. The instructor and class members should primarily utilize D2L when communicating with one another in this course. Make sure you check your D2L everyday. As an alternative, you can set D2L to forward your incoming messages to your regular Internet account. This could make it more convenient for you to know when you have received course . To do this, first go to your My Home page. Click on Preferences, and enter your account information under Forwarding Options on the tab. If you need to communicate immediately, call (615) or Page 2 of 8

3 Response Standard for and Assignments: messages sent to your instructor Monday through noon on Friday will be answered within 24 hours. Messages sent at other times will be answered within 48 hours. Assignments and tests will be graded within one week of the due date. GETTING STARTED: Go to: to log into your personal D2L course area. Your Username is your A Number. The Password is your six-digit PIN. Contact the Help Desk at or (615) if you do not know your A Number. Login to your course will be available on the official start date of the semester for which you have registered. Check out your computer system using the System Check link on the login screen before logging into your course the first time. Please begin your course by clicking Content on the navigation bar at the top of the screen on the Course Home page and completing the instructions for Getting Started. COLLEGE ATTENDANCE POLICY: The Nashville State Community College attendance policy is found at: ww2.nscc.edu/gerth_d/all/attendance.htm. INSTRUCTOR ATTENDANCE POLICY: WARNING: A student has violated my attendance policy in this course when the Pretest, First Review Test, Mid-Term Exam, or the Second Review Test are 10 weekdays past due (7 weekdays during a 10-week summer term). Violation of this attendance policy is grounds for being given a "FA" or FN in accordance with the above NSCC Attendance Policy without additional warning. COURSE CONTENT: This course covers fourteen units plus other related modules. The lessons for these units and the other modules are found in the Content area of the course. You can begin working on the units after you have taken the required EXTRA CREDIT PRETEST (see below). The first ten units cover one textbook chapter each and include learning activities. Chapters will be covered comprehensively on review tests and the Mid- Term and Final Exams. Page 3 of 8

4 (14) UNIT DISCUSSIONS (140 Points): You can go to the Discussions area of the course to complete discussion course requirements in two ways: (1) by clicking on Discussions on the navigation bar at the top left of the course screen or (2) by clicking the discussion links found in unit lessons in the Content area of the course. Instructions for each particular discussion are found in the Discussions area. Discussions have firm cutoff dates. (2) REVIEW TESTS (200 Points): The course also has two review tests. Review tests are comprehensive and include all textbook chapters covered up to the time of the test. Students may take review tests an unlimited number of times until the firm cutoff date. Your grade will be based on your highest score. Therefore, you should begin taking review tests well before the due dates. (2) EXAMS (360 Points): There will be two closed-book, closed-notes proctored exams given in the Testing Center this semester. The proctored exams are the Mid-Term and Final Exams which are worth 36 percent of your final grade. The Mid-Term Exam covers Chapters 1-5, and the Final Exam covers Chapters Exam questions come from the textbook. Exams will consist of a combination of multiple choice and true/false questions. Exam questions come from the Final Exam Study Guide. You should makes notes in your copy of the Study Guide throughout the semester using a word processor. If you do this as you go, studying for the Mid-Term and Final will be relatively easy. Exam Instructions Exam instructions are found at: ww2.nscc.edu/gerth_d/all/exams.htm WARNING: Inasmuch as these proctored exams are closed-book and closed-notes, you should only look at the exam. Please refer to the Academic Dishonesty Policy below. PORTFOLIO (300 Points): The portfolio assignment is a major part of your final course grade. Accordingly, you should possibly invest approximately one-third of your time and effort during the semester on this assignment. Your portfolio will consist of eight separate documents: 1. A comprehensive sexual harassment, equal employment opportunity, or affirmative action policy 2. A comprehensive job description 3. A comprehensive structured selection interview 4. A comprehensive outline for a training program 5. A performance appraisal instrument Page 4 of 8

5 6. A comprehensive compensation plan with salary/wages, incentives, and benefits 7. A limited set of rules and regulations and progressive discipline system with an appeals process 8. Answers to the questions for the BP Texas City Comprehensive Case The first seven documents correlate with seven of the fourteen unit discussions you should have participated in during the semester. The difference in this assignment is that the work in your portfolio should be more comprehensive and better developed. These documents should be ready for use in an authentic organizational environment. You are encouraged to incorporate some of the best ideas and methods utilized by your classmates in the discussions. Class members should learn from one another. Feel free to use any available resources; however, cite the sources you utilize. Moreover, your portfolio work should include your original and unique application of the principles and concepts in each of the first seven sections. Your portfolio should not be a straight "copy and paste" from your employer, a classmate, or from your research. An ideal portfolio would consist of all seven HR documents listed above written for the SAME ORGANIZATION-- whether fictious or real--plus the comprehensive case assignment. The last document is a Comprehensive Case. Answer the questions at the end of the case as you will do for previous case discussions. You may submit all documents separately or as one large document using the Assignments tool in your course management system. Each document file should be either a.doc or a.docx file type. Detailed explanations for each document are found in the Assignments area of the course. REQUIRED EXTRA CREDIT PRETEST (15 Points): During the first week of the semester you will take the required Extra Credit Pretest. Though you should try your best, you should not study for this test. In addition, the Extra Credit Pretest is closed-book and closed-notes. You will be on the honor system because the test is not proctored. The pretest makes it possible for your instructor to document the learning that takes place during the semester. (10) EXTRA CREDIT CHAPTER QUIZZES (70 Points): One way of assessing your understanding of chapters is by taking the chapter quiz at the end of each of the first ten unit lessons. The chapter quiz only covers material in the chapter you're working on. Though the optional chapter quizzes are not proctored, you should take them with your textbook and notes closed. You can take each an unlimited number of times. The highest score is your grade. After a quiz see where Page 5 of 8

6 you are weak, and study those areas before retaking the quiz. Try to persevere until you score 80% or above on each unit quiz. Students may go back and re-take chapter quizzes all throughout the semester. (2) EXTRA CREDIT PRACTICE EXAMS (45 Points): The Extra Credit Practice Mid-Term and Final Exams can help you prepare for the exams. Your practice exam scores with book and notes closed may be good predictors of how you will do on the actual exams. You may take the practice exams an unlimited number of times. GRADING CRITERIA: Course Activity Points Unit Discussions 140 Review Tests 200 Mid-Term Exam 120 Final Exam 240 Portfolio 300 TOTAL 1000 Required Extra Credit Pretest 15 Extra Credit Chapter Quizzes 70 Extra Credit Practice Exams 45 FINAL POINT TOTAL: Your instructor will carefully examine the final grade point totals and provide a curve if necessary. GRADING SCALE (Points): A = B = C = D = F = ACADEMIC DISHONESTY POLICY: Nashville State s academic dishonesty policy is found at: ww2.nscc.edu/gerth_d/all/dishonesty.htm. Page 6 of 8

7 ADA POLICY: Nashville State Community College complies with the American with Disabilities Act. If you wish to request any accommodation(s) for this class, please notify the instructor as soon as possible. The Student Disability Services office is located in S- 216C and their phone number is (615) This course s course management system, NS Online (D2L), is ADA compliant: COURSE POLICY CHANGES: Your instructor reserves the right to modify course policies during the semester. However, once the semester has begun, the instructor's intent will be to change policies primarily to benefit students as circumstances dictate. INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY: Nashville State s inclement weather policy is found at: ww2.nscc.edu/gerth_d/all/weather.htm. Page 7 of 8

8 UNIT Course Outline UNIT DESCRIPTION 1 Managing Human Resources Today 2 Managing Equal Opportunity and Diversity 3 Personnel Planning and Recruiting 4 Testing and Selecting Employees 5 Training and Developing Employees 6 Performance Management and Appraisal 7 Compensating Employees 8 Ethics and Fair Treatment in Human Resource Management 9 Managing Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining 10 Protecting Safety and Health 11 Human Resource Management Applications 12 Human Resource Management Applications 13 Human Resource Management Applications 14 Human Resource Management Applications Page 8 of 8

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