Human Resources Management Policies

Contents

Unit 1

  1. Introduction
  2. HR policies
  3. LEARNING OUTCOMES
  4. Introduction
  5. Why have HR  policies?
  6. Overall  HR policy
  7. Specific HR policies
  8. Age and employment
  9. AIDS
  10. Bullying
  11. Discipline
  12. Diversity management
  13. Employee development
  14. Employee relations
  15. Employee voice
  16. The employment relationship
  17. Equal opportunity
  18. Grievances
  19. Health and safety
  20. New technology
  21. Promotion
  22. Redundancy
  23. Reward
  24. Sexual harassment
  25. Substance abuse
  26. Work–life balance
  27. Formulating HR policies
  28. Implementing HR policies
  29. Questions

Unit 2

  1. HR procedures
  2. LEARNING OUTCOMES
  3. What are HR  procedures?
  4. Capability procedure
  5. Disciplinary procedure
  6. Policy
  7. Disciplinary rules
  8. Procedure
  9. Grievance procedure
  10. Redundancy procedure
  11. Key learning points
  12. Questions

Unit 3

  1. HR information systems
  2. LEARNING OUTCOMES
  3. Introduction
  4. Reasons for introducing an  HRIS
  5. The functions of an  HRIS
  6. Features of an HRIS
  7. Use of software
  8. Alternative approaches
  9. Integration
  10. Intranet
  11. Self-service
  12. Introducing  an HRIS
  13. CASE STUDIES
  14. AVISA
  15. BOC
  16. Marks & Spencer
  17. Questions

Unit 4

  1. Employment law
  2. LEARNING OUTCOMES
  3. Introduction
  4. The purpose of employment  law
  5. How are  these objectives achieved?
  6. Discrimination law
  7. Dismissal law
  8. Health and safety law
  9. Hours and wages
  10. Family-friendly employment law
  11. Whistle-blowing law
  12. How is employment law  enforced?
  13. HRM  and employment law
  14. CASE STUDIES
  15. Jenkins v Legoland Windsor Park Ltd (2003)
  16. West Bromwich Building Society Ltd v Townsend  (1983)
  17. Proctor v British Gypsum Ltd (1992)
  18. Questions

 

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