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1 Unit Code: Unit Title: BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session: Session Program(s): Pre-Requisites: Credit Points: Duration: Unit Coordinator: This is a core unit in the: Diploma of Business Administration This is an elective unit in the: Diploma of Commerce None 3 credit points 1 session Adrineh Mitchell Document modified: 11/06/2018 Teaching Team: Contact details and consultation hours of lecturers and tutors will be advised in class and via the Site at the beginning of session. Name Adrineh Mitchell address BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session 2,

2 1. Welcome 1.1 Purpose In a world of increasing competition and globalisation an organisation s employees are one of the few remaining sources of sustainable competitive advantage and success. In BUSS100, students will explore key theory and practice regarding Human Resource Management tied together within the context of the Harvard and AHRI strategic frameworks. In this Unit, students will explore human resource strategy and planning, the importance of law, ethics and social responsibility, and examine key areas of HR practice. Major HRM topic areas include: human resource planning and staffing; employee engagement, training and development; performance appraisal; managing workforce diversity; and workplace health and safety. 1.2 Student Workload The expected student workload per week for this unit comprises of: Formal Classes Formal Homework On-line Component Personal Study Total Hours 4 hours 1 hour 1 hour 4 hours 10 hours 1.3 Mode of Delivery BUSS100 is delivered in a face-to-face interactive workshop format, in which students have the opportunity to work collaboratively on class activities designed to assist I their assessments and exams. There will also be an independent learning mode to be conducted online on. 1.4 Learning Support SIBT is committed to providing additional academic assistance to students to maximise their opportunity to successfully complete units of study. Lecturers and tutors are available weekly for a one-on-one support during their consultation hours. Learning advisors conduct regular workshops in areas essential to Diploma and university studies. These include: time management, goal setting, essay preparation, examination techniques, academic writing skills and mathematics. Students can organise one-on-one appointments with advisors for more support. Further information on programs available can be accessed on or by asking the SIBT staff at reception Specialist Facilities Several tasks for this unit will require students to have weekly access to a laptop, tablet or a smart phone, both within the classroom and for self-study. Weekly access to the is required and students are responsible to check this site regularly to access online materials, activities and other important announcements. No access to other specialist facilities and/or equipment is required for this unit. 2. Academic details 2.1 Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this unit, students will be able to: 1. Identify and explain key terms, concepts and theories discussed in the HRM literature; 2. Explain and justify through presentation of an argument, the strategic importance of HRM in managing for organisational effectiveness; BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session 2,

3 3. Identify and compare the links between different set of HR plans, policies and practice and the interaction with various stakeholders in the organisational context; 4. Assess the importance of and principles of good communication and evaluation strategies for effective HRM; and, 5. Analyse managerial decisions in terms of ethical practice and social responsibility. 2.2 Graduate Signature Capabilities SIBT programs are designed to develop a set of capabilities that will assist graduates in further studies or the workforce. 1. Discipline Knowledge and Skills articulating basic facts, concepts and rules of discipline practice applying theories and procedures to real or hypothetical scenarios making links between theory and practice (developing professional identify/ judgement) 2. Organisation Skills developing skills of a self-directed learner, taking responsibility for planning and goal setting, time management being systematic in finding, summarizing, organising and referencing sources of information for a purpose completing tasks successfully on time and with given resources 3. Critical Thinking Skills diagnosing and solving problems by identifying requirements researching, analysing and evaluating information combining processes and ideas to propose solutions, integrative thinking) 4. Collaboration Skills working with others respectfully, ethically and positively negotiating roles, responsibilities, contributions contributing discipline knowledge and interpersonal skills to team outcomes 5. Communication Skills conveying ideas effectively in English, appropriate for academic or professional contexts choosing appropriate tools, technologies and formats structuring and presenting an argument in written, visual or verbal forms Specifically, this unit prioritises the following signature capabilities and performance is evaluated in the assessment tasks listed at section 2.5: 1. Discipline knowledge and skills; 2. Organisation skills; 3. Critical thinking skills; 4. Collaboration skills; BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session 2,

4 2.3 Weekly Teaching Schedule Week Class overview Resources 1 Week 1 Lecture: Unit Overview Unit content and assessment requirements overview What is? Introduction to HRM Introduction to HRM professional Ethics Chapter 1 of 2 Week 2 Lecture: The context of HRM Influence of the external environment HRM connection with organisational strategy and mission. Impact of Globalisation and Demographics on HRM Introduction to debating protocol Chapter 2 of Revision quiz 3 Week 3 Lecture: ER/IR and HRM Theoretical perspectives of the employment relationship Overview of Industrial Relations in Australia Main actors in Industrial Relations Diagnostic test Essay research skills Essay writing skills Chapter 3 of 4 Week 4 Lecture: HR & the Law Main source of legal obligations for HRM HRM legal issues Introduction to Fair Work Act (2009) Deconstructing and analysing a journal article Chapter 4 of 5 Week 5 Lecture: HR planning in dynamic environments Introduction to Human Resource Planning The HRP process Benefits and challenges of HRP Mock debate Chapter 5 of Individual negotiating style and self-reflection 6 Week 6 Lecture: Recruitment & Attraction of Talent Strategic recruitment Job analysis External and internal recruitment sources Comparison of internal and external recruitment Chapter 6 of 7 Week 7: STUDY BREAK (No classes scheduled) 8 Week 8 Lecture: Effective Employee Selection Effective selection decisions Organisational and job fit Selection techniques and processes Debate research Chapter 6 of Assessment 2: Essay BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session 2,

5 Week Class overview Resources 9 Week 9 Lecture: Developing HR in Organisations and Employee Engagement Individual learning styles Training and development Individual debate preparation Chapter 7 of 10 Week 10 Lecture: Performance management Intro to performance management Methods of performance review Managing under performance Debates in class Chapter 8 of Group debate 1 11 Week 11 Lecture: Strategic reward systems Motivation Link between Remuneration policy and Practice Objectives of Remuneration Performance Based Pay Total Rewards Approach Debates in class Chapter 10 of Group debate 2 12 Week 12 Lecture: WH&S and Employee wellbeing Australian WHS perspectives Creating a safe workplace Employee Wellbeing and Work-life balance Debates in class Chapter 11 of Group debate 3 13 Week 13 Lecture: HRM Ethics and CSR Ethical challenges for managers Industry case studies Employer branding Corporate Governance and CSR Relationship between HRM, ethics, and CSR Debates in class Chapter 12 of Group debate 4 14 Week 14 Lecture: Unit review and Exam preparation Final review of classwork Analysis of past papers Practice of past papers Textbook chapters 2.4 Prescribed and recommended reading The publications listed below are highly recommended for further reading on the topics covered in the unit. Students should also consult them for the research and preparation of assignments. Nankervis, A, Baird, M, Coffey, J, & Shields, J 2017, Human Resource Management: Strategy and Practice, 9th edition, Cengage, Melbourne. [ISBN: ] Journals Apart from books, students will find it invaluable to get into the practice of reading relevant articles from journals. Below students will find a list of journals to start their reading and research. Those suggested can all be found within the online database system. Academy of Management Journal BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session 2,

6 Journal of Industrial Relations Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources Australian Journal of Management Human Resource Management Journal Harvard Business Review International Journal of Human Resource Management Some useful websites: Assessment Assessment Task Week of Assessment Weighting Learning Outcomes Assessed SIBT Signature Capabilities Assessment 1: Weekly Exercises and quizzes % 1, 3, 4, 5 1, 2, 3, 4 Assessment 2: Individual Essay: 8 30% 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 2, 3 Debate Presentation % 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 2, 3, 4 Assessment 4: Final Exam Exam period 30% 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 1, 2, 3 Assessment Task Details Students are required to attend all scheduled classes, engage with unit content, participate in class activities, work in groups and contribute to blogs, forums, conduct self-study tasks and other required practice throughout the whole session. Assessment 1: Weekly exercises and quizzes: This assessment will be based on demonstrated preparation for and constructive contributions by each individual student in workshops and online activities including online quizzes throughout the semester. Please note: this is not a mark for attendance: attendance is compulsory and failure to attend at least 90% of workshops WILL adversely affect your mark. Assessment 2: Essay: Students will write a critical analysis on a relevant modern aspect of Human Resource Management, using academic/ scholarly sources. A reference list and in-text citations (Harvard Style) must be included. The essay length will be approximately 1500 words (+/- 10%). Marking Guidelines and rubrics will be available to students via before the assessment task takes place. SIBT s assessment requirements and regulations are available in the assessment policy library: BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session 2,

7 Debates Students will participate in a formal debate based on a topic from class. Students will be required to research, develop and present arguments and counter-arguments supported by evidence. Each student will speak for 5 minutes. Students will hand in a hard copy of their debate prior to the debate performance. This should have attached an assessment cover sheet with the student s individual details. Assessment 4: Final Exam The exam for this unit will be of two (2) hours duration and 10 minutes reading time. It will be based on material from the whole unit. The format of the final exam will be given during revision in week 14 and be put on Site in week 13 onwards. Students must display a thorough knowledge of all the key areas presented during the semester. Example questions of the kind to be encountered in the final examination will be provided to aid the revision process. These will be representative both of the content of the current offering and of the style of question in the final examination paper. 2.6 Submitted assessments Students must submit an electronic copy of any assignment based assessment task on SIBT Learning. Students must keep a back-up soft copy of any submitted assessments and all digital files. If submitted later than a week after the assigned date, no marks will be awarded for the submission. Plagiarised or late submissions attract penalties as stipulated in the assessment policies. Failure to upload to will mean that the assignment will not be marked and a score of Zero will be recorded for the assignment. 2.7 Satisfactory completion of the unit To satisfactorily complete the unit, you must: Attend a minimum of 90% of the scheduled classes Participate and engage in unit materials, both online and in class Complete all assessment items, and Gain an overall grade of 50% or greater 3. Additional Unit Information 3.1 SIBT Policies and Procedures For details on SIBT s Policies and Procedures please refer to the SIBT Student SIBT website: Special Consideration SIBT recognises that a student s performance in assessment tasks or examinations may be affected by compassionate or compelling circumstances. Special Consideration Policy allows for reasonable adjustment to the standard assessment requirements and ensures equitable assessment for all students. The Special Consideration circumstances surrounding disruption to study must be of at least three (3) consecutive days duration, or an acute instance within a study period, and prevent completion of an assessment task or final examination. For more information please refer to SIBT s Special Consideration Policy: BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session 2,

8 3.3 Grades Final marks and grades are subject to confirmation by the SIBT Examinations Committee which may adjust, modify or otherwise amend the marks and grades for the unit, as may be required by SIBT policies. SIBT s Examinations Committee has a set of guidelines on the distribution of grades across the range from Fail to High Distinction. Final results will include a grade. HD Grade High Distinction Numeric value for GPA Range Description Complete and comprehensive understanding of the unit content; development of relevant skills to a comprehensive level; demonstration of insight in interpretation, analysis and intellectual initiative; and achievement of all major and minor objectives of the unit. D Distinction Very high level of understanding of the course unit; development of relevant skills to a very high level; demonstration of a very high level of interpretive and analytical ability and intellectual initiative; and achievement of all major and minor objectives of the unit. CR Credit High level of understanding of unit content development of relevant skills to a high level; demonstration of a high level of interpretive and analytical ability; and achievement of all major objectives of the unit; some minor objectives not fully achieved. P Pass Adequate understanding of most of the basic unit content; development of relevant skills to a satisfactory level; adequate interpretive and analytical ability; and achievement of most of all the major objectives of the unit; some minor objectives not achieved. F Fail An unsatisfactory quality of performance or standard of learning achievement. There was evidence of achievement of desired learning outcomes below the passing standard. S Satisfactory Provides evidence of achievement of the learning outcomes, within the context of a Pass/Fail unit. W Withdrawn 0 Withdrawal from a unit prior to the academic census date. This is NOT counted as failure but is an administrative record of a student s initial enrolment in this unit. It is not included in GPA calculations WF Withdrawn Fail 0 Withdrawal from a unit after the academic census date with academic penalty. EX Exempt 0 Recognition of prior learning resulting in an exemption from undertaking the unit. FA Fail Absent 0 Required assessment tasks within the unit are not completed and the student has not withdrawn. It is included in the GPA calculation. Note that student s raw coursework and exam scores cannot be used directly to calculate their standardized mark or to determine their final grade. The process of assigning grades involves moderating the performance indicated by student s raw scores against the academic standards. 3.4 Improvements based on feedback Student feedback plays a vital role in improving the quality and educational effectiveness of SIBT units and in ensuring academic staff keep in touch with student needs. Each semester students may be given the opportunity to complete a Learner Evaluation of Unit (LEU) questionnaire to assess the unit. Students may also have the opportunity to complete a Learning Evaluation on Teaching (LET) questionnaire to provide feedback on individual teaching staff. SIBT values student feedback in order to improve the quality of its educational programs. As well as the student feedback, SIBT also instigates improvements based on other feedback by the Unit Supervisor and Teaching staff. Changes since the last offering of this unit: BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session 2,

9 More attention will be paid to researching and analysing academic articles Lecture material has been updated More attention will be paid to writing skills Students will have ongoing opportunities to develop their presentation and public speaking skills 3.5 Attendance For students to be successful in this unit, it is an SIBT requirement that students participate in scheduled activities. There are regular on campus sessions and also activities in our online space, the. To ensure that academic performance is maintained, attendance is recorded electronically for each class. For more information, refer to SIBT s Attendance Policy and Course Progression policy on the SIBT website: Academic Honesty SIBT students are expected to read and comply with the SIBT Academic Honesty Policy and the SIBT Code of Conduct. These can both be found in the Policy Library on the SIBT website. This means that: all academic work claimed as original is the work of the author making the claim; all academic collaborations are acknowledged; academic work is not falsified in any way; when the ideas of others are used, these ideas are acknowledged appropriately; students are expected to behave honestly during examinations. For more information refer to SIBT s Academic Honesty Policy and the SIBT Code of Conduct on the Site: BUSS100 Human Resource Management Session 2,

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