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Course Name
Turkish İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi
English Human Resources Management
Course Code
ISL 363E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 5
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator İdil Vedia Evcimen
Course Objectives To provide students with an understanding of the primary activities of HRM in organizations that concern making effective and efficient use of their employees in achieving their business objectives. In essence, this course aims at delivering the basic HRM concepts in order for the students to attain and to exhibit the necessary skills toward improving organizational performance, employee satisfaction and maintenance
Course Description In today’s competitive business environment the skills necessary for preserving the balance between effective HRM applications, organizational performance and employee satisfaction applications have gained an increasing importance for attaining organizational sustainability and strategic goals. For this very reasons, in organizations all managers are required to assume HRM related roles regardless of their area of concentration. Hence, no matter what their career intentions are, students are urged to comprehend the value of HRM concepts for organizations for their future organizational roles.

With this in mind, instruction will be carried out through class discussions, case studies, instructor presentations aided with related external materials like newspaper articles and other visual material.

During the course of instruction, class participation will be encouraged as it is believed that participation feeds in curiosity resulting in an improved comprehension of the basic concepts, processes and issues covered in class.
Course Outcomes Students will gain knowledge of the theories and practices involved in the management of the human resources in organizations. These mainly include staffing the organization, training and development, motivation and maintenance of organizational members alongside human resource planning and the strategic role of HRM in organizations.

Upon successful completion students will:
• Gain knowledge related to basic HRM concepts like selection, training, perfromance evaluation, compensation and maintenance.
• Understand the relationship between HRM processes and organiational performance
• Grasp the relationship between HRM processes and employee satisfaction
• Understand the strategic role of HRM porcesses within organizations
Pre-requisite(s) ISL 234 MIN DD
or ISL 234E MIN DD
or ISL 332 MIN DD
or ISL 332E MIN DD
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook • Gary Dessler (2013), Human Resource Management, 13th Edition Pearson.
• Ulrich, D (1997) Human resource champions : the next agenda for adding value and delivering results , Harvard Business School Press
Other References • Luis R. Gomez-Mejia, David B. Balkin ve Robert L. Cardy (2007), Managing Human Resources, 5th International Edition, Prentice Hall.
• D. A. De Cenzo ve S. P. Robbins (2008) Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, 11th Edition, John Wiley and Sons, NY.
 
 
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