Examination of the processes and issues related to staffing organizations. Discussions emphasize analysis of the processes by which the workforce is developed and will enhance productivity and effectively implement business strategy. Topics include recruitment and staffing models; policies and practices related to attraction, selection and development; retention and employment decision making.
Most current editions of the following:
The most recent edition of the text listed below or another textbook commonly used at the graduate level for this subject.
By Henneman and Judge (McGraw-Hill) Recommended
To analyze the processes and issues related to recruitment, selection and placement.
To appraise the effectiveness of internal compared to external recruitment and selection.
To evaluate the interaction between job analysis, recruitment, selection and rewards.
Describe staffing models and the relationship to business strategy.
Explain the legal implications of performing job analysis in the recruitment and staffing regime.
Evaluate the benefits of internal versus external recruitment and selection.
Describe and explain the value of retention management.
The nature of staffing models and strategy
Job analysis and rewards
Internal and external recruitment
Measurement and selection
Recommended maximum class size for this course: 15
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