Human Resource Management
The objective of MBA Human Resource Management Subject is to provide fundamental understanding of Human Resource Management value chain. The subject aims at helping students understand, appreciate and analyse workforce at managerial and non- managerial levels. The Subject also intends to ensure that they develop sound knowledge and critical awareness of issues of theoretical and practical relevance.
This course requires an ability to analyse and understand the concepts and a keen eye for observing how Human Resource Management policies and practices affect organisational working.
Human Resource Management contains five Modules - Linking strategy and HRM in an organisational context, Human Resources in the context of organization’s intrinsic systems, Organisational Performance and HRM, Enhancing HR effectiveness through Training and Development, and Relating Industrial relations With HR.
This Module deals with Changing business environment & strategic role of HRM, HR Strategic Challenges, Changing profile of HRM, global HRM practices, and Strategic implications of a dynamic HR Environment.
This Module covers Human resource planning and job analysis, Recruitment: Employee Testing & Selection, Placement, Induction, Internal mobility & separation, and Establishing HR information system (HRMIS/HRIS)
Establishing Performance Management & Performance Appraisal System, managing Careers, Compensation & Reward management, and Human Resource Accounting and Audits.
This Module deals with Training & Development-concepts and Need, Socialising, Orienting, and Developing Employees, Methods of Effective Training, Participative management employee empowerment, Work life balance, and building emotional bondage.
This Module covers - Understanding Industrial and Employees relation, Industrial Relation & it’s changing paradigms, Stake holders of employee relation, industrial Relation their changing roles, understanding collective Bargaining, Conflict/Dispute resolution, negotiations, settlement & Award, Positive employee relations, Future issues & trends in industrial & employee relation.