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Week 1 Notes: Syllabus Week

by: Sam Hipe

Week 1 Notes: Syllabus Week BA362

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This is the introduction to the class where we discussed the syllabus and the assignments that we are going to have in the upcoming semester. We also discussed what our definition of the Human Reso...
Human Resource Administration
R. Madison
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Human, resource, unions, customers, Events, Administration




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Date Created: 09/01/16
Human Resource Administration Week 1  Implementation and development of policies and  procedures 9/1/2016  Training What is Human Resource?  The structures of positions  Internal public relations of the company A business function that finds and trains   Compensation employees’ skills and behaviors  Customer satisfaction  Employee satisfaction  conflict resolution The Learning Process of This course:  Inform/share information (lecture)  Question and discuss Who is the customer? The employees or management staff?  Apply concepts  There has to be a balance of both  Is it ethical for the  3 exams and 2 term papers with no final exam administration to give orders and HR to just implement? Current Events we will touch on:  Discrimination suits “It is a function to maximize employee performance” –   Unethical behavior  Downsizing Wikipedia “It is the management of people to maximize the   Creative compensation productivity”  Union issues  Employee relations  Recruiting  Selection methods Unions vs. HR  Work environment   They interact with each other  Unions can be friends or foes of a company and  What’s our definition of HR? their HR department  Acquisition of skills  Though unions are a possible partner  Unions can provide some protection from HR  Current skills to lead to future skills  HR is a part of the internal company and its  loyalty is to the management


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