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Postgraduate | GRF-EHR701 | 2024

Principles of Human Resource Management and Employment Relations

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Meet the stakeholders who make up the employment relationship. Analyse human resource’s role in managing these relationships. Explore performance and reward management concepts. Juxtapose employee unions with employer associations.

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Study method
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Start dates
4 Mar 2024,
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Entry requirements
No ATAR needed,
No prior study
13 weeks

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Principles of Human Resource Management and Employment Relations

About this subject

  • After successfully completing this subject, you should be able to:

    1. Identify and understand the interests of the actors who constitute the employment relationship
    2. Identify and explain the key elements involved with managing the employment relationship
    3. Critically appreciate the contributions that HR and IR theoretical paradigms make to understanding the world of employment and work
    4. Understand the role of the HR professional and the HR function in organisations

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0.125 EFTSL

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