21555 Human Resource Management6cp
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Human resource management (HRM) is a core consideration for running successful organisations. This subject introduces students to the theories and concepts that underpin the real-world practice of HRM. Students explore the various dimensions of HRM, and the ways in which these have developed over the last century as a response to a changing internal and external organisational environment. In addition, through engaging with the subject content and activities, students develop a critical understanding regarding the current trends, and future challenges, impacting on the operationalisation of HRM.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125