Compensation and Benefits
  • Teacher: James Antwi
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Labour Economics
  • Teacher: Edmond Ofori
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Occupational Health and Safety
  • Teacher: James Antwi
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Human Resource Information Systems
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Introduction to HRM

The purpose of this course is to provide you with an understanding of fundamental critical issues, concepts, and functions of human resources for the private and public sector. In this course we study theories and insights in Human Resources Management (HRM) in the private and public sector. Special interest is provided to the issue of business enterprise and the impact thereof on HRM in terms of challenges and opportunities, goals set, (regulatory) frameworks implemented, or HR-instruments used. We discuss the importance of HRM in terms of bridging organizational goals (e.g., organizational effectiveness and performance), employees’ interests (e.g., employee well-being and satisfaction) and wider extra-organizational interests (e.g., external stakeholders interests, societal interests, public value. seeks to link theories with practice in private and public organizations.

 

Strategic Human Resource Management

Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) is an approach to the development and implementation of HR strategies that are integrated with business strategies to enable organizations achieve their goals

  • Teacher: James Antwi
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