BMO2000 - Human Resource Management
|1.||Identify the major Employment Relations (ER) functions and the key influences impacting employee/employer behaviour and underpinning factors;|
|2.||Critically analyse and evaluate key processes of ER at the workplace level and their relationships to organisations;|
|3.||Investigate a range of ER approaches, evaluate the benefits of each of their appropriate implementation;|
|4.||Critically discuss, analyse and evaluate the current ER trends and their impact on the parties, processes and rules of Australian ER; and|
|5.||Exhibit individual responsibility and accountability for contributing to group outcomes.|
|Review||Critical review of an article||15%|
|Research Paper||Organisational research 15% and Role Play 10%||25%|
|Presentation||Group Presentation (group presentation 15%, group slides 15% and individual peer critique 10%)||40%|
|Case Study||Individual Case Study (x2) presented in class||20%|
Employment Relations: Theory and Practice, 4th edition,
Bray, M, Waring, P & Cooper, R 2018,
McGraw Hill, NSW.
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