Course Code: 
BHR 3105
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

This course examines from both applied and theoretical perspectives the processes and systems associated with managing human resources across cultural boundaries, as in the case of multinational corporations. The course also examines practical issues such as: the selection, preparation, training and management of expatriates, host-country nationals and third-country nationals for international assignments, developing intercultural competence, managing cultural adaptation at the individual and system levels, and the HR processes involved in staffing joint venture partnerships. Course ObjectivesStudents will get the general insight of global employment relations relating to:

  1. developing a conceptual and practical understanding of how people differ across cultures, how these cultural differences impact on HR interactions, and how organisations can recognise and vitalize cultural differences
  2. understanding a comparative international HRM systems and practices
  3. Broadening environments in which HRM systems operate
  4. The structure and role of Governments, agencies, employers and unions
  5. HRM issues such as recruitment, selection, performance appraisal, and issues related to managing diversity across international settings.
Learning Outcomes: 

On completion of this course, students should be able to:

  • Integrate theory and practice, to apply techniques of efficient and effective management of human resources across national boarders.
  • Explore the global approaches regarding recruitment, selection and other HRM related issues.

 Compare and contrast the broad environments in which the HR systems operate, apply human resource practices and policies globally

international business
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