Human Res. Mgmt/Indus Relat. (HRIR)
An in-depth analysis of various topics in industrial relations and human resource management. Prerequisite or
This graduate seminar provides an understanding of the staffing function of HRM. It focuses on how recruitment, selection, performance and retention management, function within an organization to gain a competatitve advantage through the management of work and people. Pre-or
This graduate seminar provides an understanding of the training and development functions of HRM. The course focuses on how to design, implement , and evaluate a training program, and employee development and career management. Prerequisite or
A review of the major concepts and design of compensation systems such as:strategy, external competitiveness, rewarding individual contributions, performance incentives, employee benefits, government regulations, union role in compensation, budgets and administration. Pre-or
An examination of the systems of labour and employee relations in Canada as it compares with the systems of other countries. Emphasis upon understanding and managing labour and employee relations in a changing economy. Not to be held with HRIR 7500. Pre-or
Equiv To: HRIR 7500
The labour management relations in the negotiation and administration of the collective agreement. The analysis of conflict and the application of bargaining theories.
PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Pre- or co-requisite: GMGT 7220.