ECGE1216 - Human Resource Management
Mode d'enseignement :
Deuxième quadrimestre, 30 heures de théorie.
le vendredi de 08:30 à 10:30 au 43 Botanique 3
Langues d'enseignement :
Objectifs d'apprentissage :
The course aims at providing an introduction into the basic concepts of HR Management. After taking this course, students will be able to understand the general concepts of HR in a business context and they will be able to communicate with corporate HR professionals around HR related matters.
Pour le programme de Bachelier en droit :
Pour le programme de Bachelier en information et communication :
Pour le programme de Bachelor of Science in Business Engineering :
Pour le programme de Bachelier : ingénieur de gestion :
Pour le programme de Bachelier en sciences économiques et de gestion :
Contenu de l'activité :
The course is designed around the basic HR-scheme: inflow-transfer-outflow. Based upon this scheme we will discuss the main theories currently applied by HR professionals. The following topics will be discussed during teaching:
General introduction - definition and evolution
Job analysis and job evaluation
Recruitment of candidates
Selection of applicants
Socialization of newcomers
Performance management of employees
Activités d'apprentissages prévues et méthodes d'enseignement :
Oral teaching with explanation of theories and illustration through examples. Room for interactive discussions. Students must be ready to answer direct questions asked by the professor.
No pre-course reading is expected
Méthodes d'évaluation :
The exam is in writing and consists of 20 multiple choice questions and two open questions. For the multiple choice part, a guess penalty does apply.
For Erasmus students alternative exam methods may apply when necessary to comply with the calendar of their home university.
Slides of the course content are available via Moodl.
The compulsory textbook used in the course: Ralf CAERS, Human Resource Management: Basics, Intersentia, 2016, ISBN 978-1-78068-383-6
Autres informations :
The course is taught Friday morning between 8:30 and 10:30 am