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E MPLOYMENT & HRM OPTIONS FOR YEARS 2 & 3 The HRM, Industrial Relations & Law teaching group offer 6 employment & HRM modules: 2 second year options 4 final year options It also offers 4 Law Modules – see immediately following presentation!
YEAR 2 GLOBALISATION & EMPLOYMENT A RJAN K EIZER & D AMIAN G RIMSHAW Second year course, semester 2 25% coursework (group presentation and individual assignment) plus 75% exam Introduces students to key employment issues arising from the internationalisation of economy, society and labour markets Content: The weakened role of the nation state? Global production networks Offshoring of jobs Labour migration Regulating labour in a global world
YEAR 2 E MPLOYMENT R ELATIONS A NNE M C B RIDE & S TEPHEN M USTCHIN Year 2, 20 credit course - Semester 1 and 6 weeks of semester 2 Weekly 2-hour lecture and a 1-hour seminar Learning objectives: To understand the challenges of managing the employment relationship by: identifying and examining factors which shape the employment relationship critically assessing policies and practices of key ‘actors’ in the employment relationship identifying and assessing trends in employment relations Assessment January exam (50%) 2000 word essay (50%)
FINAL YEAR I NTERNATIONAL HRM (IHRM), BMAN 31672 M IGUEL.M ARTINEZLUCIO @ MBS. AC. UK M IGUEL.M ARTINEZLUCIO @ MBS. AC. UK Semester 2, 10 credit course; 2.5 hour examination Examines the issues and challenges associated with the internationalisation of organisations and the resulting HR strategies, policies and practices Focuses on functions (recruitment, selection, development and compensation in MNCs ), HQ-Subsidiary relations, managing international assignments, international management development, issues of diversity management, global corporate social responsibility. Explains the developments in the international regulatory environment 100% examination assessment
F INAL YEAR GLOBALISATION & NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SYSTEMS D AMIAN G RIMSHAW &A RJAN K EIZER 10 credit course, first semester, final year 2-hour lecture plus 1-hour seminar 25% 750-word essay plus 75% exam Key questions: Compares and contrasts characteristics of national models of employment Analyses the role of regulations and other institutions in shaping employment ‘one best way’ or divergence of employment models? Content: The influence of production systems and corporate governance on employment in different country contexts Welfare regimes, family and gender Skill systems Balancing flexibility and regulation
F INAL YEAR COMPARATIVE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS P ROF. J EREMY W ADDINGTON 3 rd year course run over semester one and five weeks of semester two with a weekly two-hour lecture and a single one hour seminar. Central objectives: to identify and explain national differences in industrial relations practices; to examine the development of industrial relations practices that originate at the level of the European Union. Covers: Britain, Germany, Sweden, France and Hungary. Assessment: a single essay of 4,000 words delivered in late March.
F INAL YEAR H UMAN R ESOURCE M ANAGEMENT BMAN32001 I SABEL T AVORA & J ILL R UBERY 20 credits Different facets of Human Resource Management Best practice and high commitment HRM Best fit and resource-based view Employee voice HRM in service work, knowledge work Work-life balance, equal opportunities and diversity management Essay - end of semester 1 (50% of mark). Exam - end of semester 2 (50% of mark). 1.5 hour lecture each week; 1 hour seminar per two weeks