Objectives: The objectives of this human resource management course is to make students be able to:
Understand the concepts and functions of human resource management.
Understand that how these functions can be applied to manage human resources in library and information
- Introduction, Definition,
- importance of Human resource management
- Similarities and difference between human resource management and personal management
- History of Human Resource Management
- Roles & objective of HRM
- Functions OF HRM
- Challenges& influences on HRM.
- Advantages/benefits/Significance/importance/need of HRM
- Models of HRM
- Human Resource Management Practices& level of management
- HR planning & process
- Motivation in the workplace
- Control in the workplace.
- Required competencies.
- Job Analysis
- Job recruitment.
- Job interviewing.
- Selection and placement
- Orientation to the workplace.
- Training and staff development.
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