Human Resources

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Choosing qualified, motivated, and loyal employees is one of the most important requirements for building a strong, successful company. This course will teach you everything about recruitment, management and development of human resources. You will learn how to find and select the most qualified and skilled employees for your business, as well as how to keep them motivated and committed.

Acquired skills

  • Human Resources Management
  • Managerial Psychology
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Organizational Culture

General information

Course term: 113.07. - 24.07.

Free seats: 12

Price: 700 €

Category: Bussiness & Marketing

Status: Early Bird

Deadline: 30.04.2020

Description

Attracting, selecting, motivating, developing and retaining engaged employees is crucial for the success of organisations in today’s competitive environment. This course will provide you with an overview of the key Human Resource Management (HRM) practices which contribute to this organizational success and help you to both develop your technical expertise and knowledge and apply this in practical exercises to gain hands-on skill development.

Schedule

  • Day 1Introduction to HRM – understanding the importance of HRM in supporting modern organisations, role of HR
  • Day 2Effective Recruitment and Selection – employer branding, job analysis, targeted recruitment and selection techniques
  • Day 3Motivation and Reward – the role of employee motivation in organisational success and designing a total reward offer
  • Day 4Performance Management – planning, monitoring and reviewing an employee's work
  • Day 5Learning & Development – the ways in which individuals learn
  • Day 6Talent management, Exit management
  • Day 7Leadership and Management – the critical role of organisational leadership and the role the line manager plays in HRM
  • Day 8HRIS, HR Matrics
  • Day 9Necessary skills of HRM professional/manager: Project management, Facilitation, Problem solving, New situation solving. Not included in previous days: Audits, Employee Opinion Surveys, Labour Unions.
  • Day 10Future Challenges in HRM – investigation of the challenges facing HRM in the future including Artifical Intelligence and changing social demographics

Course is running: Monday - Friday, 9:00 - 14:00

Lecturer

Milan Mahovsky

CV

guest lecturer at the University of Economics in Prague

mBlue Owner & Creator of new staffing concepts

Bio

Milan is an entrepreneur and owns several companies dedicated to Consulting in staffing process & HR & Executive search & Recruitment & IT bodyshopping & Contracting. He is helping clients to solve staffing situations to hire or contract, onboard and retain motivated employees and contractors.

Milan graduated from the University of Amsterdam and Charles University in Prague and has more than 20 years of experience in the HR field.

Alongside to running HR consulting companies he is also teaching at the University of Economics in Prague and is a host/guest teacher at several other universities in the Czech republic.

Course outline

Teaching Methods

Lectures, presentations, in-class group discussions, role plays and exercises, feedback, examinations, article reviews, analysis of cases, homework readings and assignments. You can also look forward to having the chance to consult your ideas or questions with HRM professionals as guest speakers.

Literature

  • Branine, M. (2011) Managing Across Cultures. Concepts, policies and practices. London: Sage.
  • Brewster, C., Houldsworth, E., Sparrow, P., and Vernon, G. (2016a) International Human Resource Management. 4th Edition. London: CIPD.
  • CIPD (2018) Factsheet: Employee Reward and Pay.
  • Crawshaw, J.R., Budhwar, P., and Davis, A. (2017) Human Resource Management: Strategic and International Perspectives. 2nd Edition. London: Sage.
  • Dowling, P., Festing, M., Engle, A.D. (2013) International Human Resource Management. 6th Edition. Australia: Cengage Learning.
  • Torrington, D., Hall, L., Taylor, S., and Atkinson, C. (2017) Human Resource Management. 10th Edition. Harlow: Pearson.
  • Wilton, N. (2016) An Introduction to Human Resource Management. London: Sage.
  • Selected journal articles, personality tests, practitioner sources (list will be specified during the classes)

Credits

You will receive an official Certificate of Attendance upon completion of your course. Please inform the organizing staff if you require any extra supplements, such as Transcript of Records. The student is eligible to receive up to 5 ECTS credits, however please follow the instructions here and consult the acknowledgment process with your university in advance.

Assessments

  • attendance in class 15%
  • team assignment 40%
  • individual assignment 35%
  • exam 10%

Course time total 125 hours

  1. Total time of in-class work = 50hours
  2. Preliminary assignment = 10hours
  3. Preparation = 65hours

Price

Course fee includes the course itself, application fee, study materials, Prague public transportation ticket for 2 weeks, afternoon/evening social activities and events, welcome drink and goodbye graduation party. Other expenses, such as meals, accommodation, insurance, personal expenses, extra activities (such as trips outside of town over the weekend and entrance fees), and required equipment (i.e. pencils, paper for illustrations) are not included in the price.

Please note, after the 30th of April 2020 there will be a late enrollment fee charged in the amount of 50EUR on top of the course fee.

Terms and Conditions - Cancellation fees

Costs of living in Prague

Accommodation

For accommodation options, please visit the dedicated page

*Program/Course Outline is subject to change.

Prerequisites

  • B1 CEF absolute minimum, B2 and above strongly recommended.
  • A laptop will be needed.