Personnel Management

 

 Tittle Personnel Management
 Department  International Management and Marketing
 Type (compulsory/optional)  Compulsory
 Cycle (first/second)  First Cycle
 Semester when the component is delivered  6-th semester
 Course description  Modern managers confront an enduring set of dilemmas, problems, and issues day-in and day-out in all organizations. How do you keep communication lines open? How do you reconcile the interests and needs of constituents and clients and the professional discretion of staff? How do you coordinate and stabilize the work of the organization and open responsibilities for individual initiative and ongoing organizational learning? How do you think through norms of control and the establishment of democratic organizations? To shed light on these questions, research and theory about organizing and managing the personnel defined a set of concepts, e.g., personality, leadership, climate, culture, decision-making, power.
This course will explore the ways, in which managers can learn the human resource management theories and the ways of using them in practice.
 Course content
Module 1. Fundamentals of personnel management
Topic 1. The concept of personnel management, basic definitions and characteristics.
Topic 2. Fundamentals of personnel management. Management functions. Leadership. Methods and style of personnel management.
Topic 3. Problems of personnel management. Conflict management. Power, control, resistance.
Topic 4. Innovation and change. Changes and stress. Managing stressful situations.
Topic 5. Shaping the staff of the organization. Planning staff. Drawing up a job description of the employee.
Module 2. Estimation, remuneration and motivation of staff
Topic 6. Remuneration of workers.
Topic 7. Employment legislation on staff. Employment contract.
Topic 8. Staff development. Strategic and tactical aspects of staff development.
 Learning outcomes  - the ability to form and implement personnel policies in modern organizations, rationally select employees for positions, to form an effective working team, assess and develop human resource to ensure the competitiveness of enterprises;
- the ability to develop and implement a strategy for human resources management, to apply the methods and approaches of human resource management in developing organizational and functional strategies;
- the ability to use the English professional terminology on the subject of business communication and human resource management, the ability to communicate in English in professional topics within future profession.
 Contact hours (lectures/seminars)

 30/15
 
Prerequisites

 Management
 Number of ECTS credits allocated

 5 credits