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Republic of the Philippines CARLOS HILADO MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE GRADUATE SCHOOL STUDIES Fortune Towne Campus, Bacolod

City COURSE SYLLABUS Program Course umber o& of %ours Time Term 5ay I : Master in Business Administration : !B" #$$ : Fifty Four '()* : /:001$$:00 "&!& : .econd .emester .& 4& #0$31#0$) : .aturday Credit Units Course Title o& of +ee,s-.emester Room Professor : 3 Units : %uman Resource !anagement : $/ : 2raduate .chool 3ibrary : DR !AY !AY M PISUE"A# MPA# MBA 6uality "ssurance 7fficer1Binalbagan Campus

$ision of t%e Institution 2R88 C%!.C 89C83.: 8:cellence, Competence, and 8ducational 3eadership in .cience and Technology& 5ri;en by its passion for green sustainable de;elopment and desired corporate image, the .tate College shall ;igorously pursue distinction in deli;ering its statutory functions&

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Mission of t%e Institution " leading green institution in higher and continuing education committed to engage in <uality instruction, de;elopment1oriented research, sustainable lucrati;e economic enterprise, and responsi;e e:tension and training ser;ices through rele;ant academic programs to empower a human resource that responds effecti;ely to challenges in life and acts as catalyst in the holistic de;elopment of a humane society&

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$ision of t%e Co&&e'e(De)artment Center of e:cellence in professional education along accountancy, computer studies, business management and related fields pro;iding educational opportunities to the less pri;ileged but deser;ing students to thin, and wor, in a global economy&

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Mission of t%e Co&&e'e(De)artment "n educational institution committed to pro;ide the community with <uality ser;ices in terms of its mandated functions: instruction, research, e:tension and training, and

MBA Pro'ram The purpose of the program is to produce business administration graduates with high capabilities and ethical ;alues to perform the super;isory-e:ecuti;e functions of the business entity-industry through: a& 8nhancing their managerial and leadership e:pertise= b& >mpro;ing their conceptual, analytical and research s,ills in the field of business administration= and c& urturing and promoting the ;alue of professionalism, integrity, social responsibility and humanism&

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Course Des*ri)tion

This course deals with the concepts, theories and principles of %uman Resource !anagement& >t co;ers the roles, importance and scope of human resources in an organi?ation, how it e;ol;es, and the constitutional and legal framewor,& >t discusses also its functions which include @ob organi?ation, ac<uisition, maintenance, and de;elopment of human resources as well as the trends and issues in human resource management& $II Genera& O+,e*ti-es of t%e Course The ob@ecti;e of this course is to ma,e the students ,now, understand, and be familiar with the concepts and principles of human resource management and to e:pose them to the latest trends and human related issues from di;erse perspecti;es& $III Course Re.uirements $& "ttendance #& 6ui??es and 3ong1tests 3& "ssignments and Pro@ects 'Case Reports, Reaction Papers, demonstration-simulation* )& !id1term and Final 8:aminations 5. Lecture and discussion 6. Research

7. Recitation 8. Question and answer A& 2roup dynamics $0& Reporting $$& Team Teaching I/ Tea*%in' A))roa*%es(Strate'ies $& #& 3& )& (& C& D& /& / 2roup Case "nalyses Bideo Presentations >nteracti;e group discussions 5emonstration-.imulation 3ecture-5iscussion Reporting Birtual 3earning 8n;ironment Power Point Presentation

A*ademi* Performan*e E-a&uation S0stem( Pro*edure !id1term-Final 8:amination 6ui??es "ssignments-Pro@ects Recitation-Participation "ttendance and "ttitude Tota& )0E #0E #0E $0E $0E 1223

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Referen*es

5e Fesus, 8;angeline, Human Resour*e Mana'ement , 8ducational Publishing %ouse, #0$0 !artires, Concepcion# Human Resour*es Mana'ement: Principles and Practices, ational Boo, .tore& #00) Payos, Ranulfo P&, Human Resour*e Mana'ement , Re: Boo, .tore& #0$0 Buendia, 5aisy P& Personne& Administration in t%e P%i&i))ine Go-ernment , ational Boo, tore, !andaluyong, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00/ oe, Raymund ", Em)&o0ee Trainin' and De-e&o)ment, !c2raw %ill, Boston, #00/ Bernardin, %& Foh, Human resour*e Mana'ement: An e4)erimenta& A))roa*%, !c 2raw %ill, Boston, #0$3 Cascio, +ayne F&, Mana'in' Human Resour*es: Produ*ti-it0# .ua&it0 of 5or6 &ife# )rofits , !c2raw %ill, Boston, #0$0 >;ance;ich, Fohn !&, Human Resour*e Mana'ement , !c2raw %ill, Boston, #0$0 5e Fesus, 8;angeline, !&, Human Resour*e Mana'ement , 8ducational Publishing %ouse, !anila, #0$0 "?ucena, C& "&, Fr& E-er0one7s La+or Code, Re: Boo, .tore, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, )th 8dition, #00C "basolo, Racita, " # PERSO""EL MA"AGEME"T: The efficient !anagement of 8mployees, 2>C 8 T8RPR>.8 " 5 Co&&, >nc&, C! Recto, !anila, Philippines, $AA$ edition !edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'ement , C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition 8;angelista, 3&, "ndres T&, 5e Fose 8&, Human Resour*es Mana'ement: P%i&i))ine Industria& Settin'# Boo,lore Publishing Corporation, .ta& Cru?&, !anila, #00( 8dition .ison, Perfecto, .&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'ement# Re4 Boo,store, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, .i:th edition, $AA$ PRESCRIBED BOO8S: Bernardin, %& Fohn, Human resour*e Mana'ement: An e4)erimenta& A))roa*%, !c 2raw %ill, Boston, #0$3 !edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'ement, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition "basolo, Racita, " # PERSO""EL MA"AGEME"T: The efficient !anagement of 8mployees, 2>C 8 T8RPR>.8 " 5 Co&&, >nc&, C! Recto, !anila, Philippines, $AA$ edition

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Course Contents

Tota& Time A&&otments: 9: %ours

5ate-Time "llotment
o;ember $C, #0$3, .aturday .tart of class

.pecific 7b@ecti;es Topics Class Orientation: a. Classroom regulations and policies; b. Graduate School VMGOs c. Course Outline d. Calendar of Activities Topic No. 1 Rights of the Working People 1 !ights of the "or#ing $eople in the "or#place
The .tudents shall be able: a&to be aware, adhere to-obser;e the classroom regulations and policies= b& to understand and ;alue the college B2!7s= c& to be well1informed of the course description, general ob@ecti;es of the course, course contents, grading system and course references&

.trategies
a& discussion b&powerpoint presentation

Core Balues
a&obedience b& clear direction

>nstructional Resources
a&student handboo, b&College manual c& computer, pro@ector d&course syllabus 3C5 %andouts !aga?ine Clippings Reference:8;ery oneHs 3abor Code by: "?ucena

8;aluation
a&<ui??es b& recitation

3earning 7utputs- !astery 3e;el


a&%igh compliance with classroom policies b& !emori?e and understand the College B!27s& c& "d;anced ,nowledge of the topics to be discussed

Remar,s

3 hours o;ember, #3, #0$3, .aturday 3 hours

The .tudents shall be able: $& Gnow and Understand the basic rights of the +or,ing people

3ecture 5iscussion 6uestion and "nswer

7bience Tact Respect Professionalism

6ui? Recitation "ssignment

5ecember D #0$3, .aturday 3 %ours

Topic No. 2 Overview of Human Resource Management a.Meaning of %uman !esource b. "hat is %uman !esource &evelopment' %!& c. (mportance of %uman !esource in Management d. &efinitions of %uman !esource $lanning ) %!$ e. Ob*ectives of

The .tudents shall be able: $& Understand and comprehend the o;er;iew and the study of human resource !anagement

3ecture

Courage

a&te:tboo,sreferences

6ui?
a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports e& creati;e and inno;ati;e artwor,

5iscussion

Creati;ity

b& computer, pro@ector, internet

Recitation

Ref& %andouts c& hand1outs

6uestions

5iligence

.eatwor,

Manpo+er , %! $lanning d. Advantages , (mportance of %!$ e. Meaning of $ersonnel Management f. &efinitions of $ersonnel Management g. -eatures of $ersonnel Management h. Ob*ectives , $urposes of $ersonnel Management i. -unctions of $ersonnel , %! Management !ecruitment And Selection I #. Meaning of .ob Anal/sis l. 0enefits of .ob Anal/sis m. Meaning of !ecruitment n. 1eed for !ecruitment .

"nswer

8<uality

"ssignmen ts

Power point presentatio n

Cheerfulness

d& case problems

Case

Reference:

m. Recruitment and selection are Supplementary Activities o. Sources of Recruitment and selection are

Bernardin, %& Fohn, Human resour*e Mana'emen t: An e4)erimenta & A))roa*%, !c 2raw %ill, Boston, #0$3

Supplementary Activities
p. Steps (n 2he Scientific Selection $rocess 3. $s/chological 2ests , Selection 2ests r. (mportant $s/chological 2ests s. Advantages Of $s/chological 2ests (n S$ t. 2/pes of 2raining u. Ob*ectives of 2raining v. (mportance of 2raining

w. Meaning o Management !evelopment " Managerial #raining $.Need/Importance of Management Development


/. Methods of Management &evelopment , Managerial &evelopment /. (nternal 2raining Methods , On 2he .ob Methods 4. !"vantages of #o$ Rotation

5ate-Time

.pecific 7b@ecti;es

Core

>nstructional

3earning 7utputs-

"llotment
5ecember $), #0$3, .aturday 3 %ours

Topics
To)i* "o ; Strate'i* Human resour*e Mana'ement in a C%an'in' En-ironment $&$ +hat is %uman Resource !anagement $&# The 5omains of %uman Resource !anagement $&3 Trends 8nhancing the >mportance of %R! $&) The importance of %R! !easurement in .trategy $&( Competiti;e "d;antage $&C Customer Balue $&D Customer Balue and Corporate .ocial Responsibility $&/ +or,ers Rights $&A !aintaining Uni<ueness $&$0 .ources of Uni<ueness "fter reading this topic& .tudents should be able to: $&5escribe the field of human resource management '%R!* and its potential for creating and adding ;alue within contemporary organi?ations& #& 5escribe the discrepancies between actual %R! practices and recommendations for %R! practice based on scholarly research& 3& 5escribed the ma@or acti;ities of %R!& )& 8:plain important trends rele;ant to %R!, including the increasing globali?ation of the economy, changing technology, the role of regulations and lawsuits, the changing demographics of the wor,place, and the growing body of research li,ing particular %R! practices to corporate performance& (& 8mphasi?e the importance of measurement for effecti;e and strategic %R! C& Understand what is meant by competiti;e ad;antage, and what the four mechanisms are for offering and maintaining uni<ueness&

.trategies
a&interacti;e group-class discussion b& problem sol;ing c& case study

Balues
a&self1sufficiency b&wise decision1 ma,ing c& financial security d& ;alue financialeconomic opportunities e& social and en;ironmental responsibility

Resources
a&te:tboo,sreferences b& computer, pro@ector, internet c& hand1outs d& case problems Reference:

8;aluation
a& <ui??es b& recitation c& case reports d&assignments e& artwor,

!astery 3e;el
a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports e& creati;e and inno;ati;e artwor,

Remar,s

Bernardin, %& Fohn, Human resour*e Mana'emen t: An e4)erimenta & A))roa*%, !c 2raw %ill, Boston, #0$3
a&te:tboo,sreferences b& computer, pro@ector, internet c& hand1outs d& case problems Reference: a& <ui??es b& recitation c& case reports d&assignments e& artwor, a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports

5ecember #$, #0$3, .aturday Christmas Bacation 3 %ours

To)i* "o 9 <a*tors =it%in an Or'ani>ation t%at affe*ts )ersonne& $&$ 7rgani?ational 7b@ecti;es $&# policies $&3Calte: 2roup Basic Principles for the Conduct of Business $&) Four !a@or Factors that >nfluence 7rgani?ational Climate 1+or,ing conditions 1 Physical conditions 1Technological wor,ing conditions 1political conditions

"fter reading this topic& .tudents should be able to: $& #& 3& )& (& To briefly discuss the factors within an organi?ation that affect personnel& To ,now the factors that influence organi?ational climate& To learn the effect of wor,ing conditions on employees To discuss why effecti;e communication within an organi?ation is important& To briefly discuss leadership styles& a&interacti;e group-class discussion b& problem sol;ing c& case study a&;alue for money b&self1sufficiency c&wise decision1 ma,ing d& thriftiness e& financial security f& ;alue financialeconomic opportunities

"basolo, Racita, "# PERSO""E L

1 economic wor,ing conditions $&( CommunicationJ $&C !oti;ational techni<ues $&D Types of moti;ation $&/ Theories of !oti;ation $&A 3eadership styles 1 !c2regors Theory : and Theory 4 1 Robert Tanenbaum and +arren %& .chmidtHs Continum 1 The !anagerial 2rid 1 3i,ertHs 3eadership styles 1.umaary Re;iew 6uestions Case Problem "nabel Payawal .uggested Readings To)i* "o ? Human

MA"AGEM E"T: The efficient !anagement of 8mployees, 2>C 8 T8RPR>. 8 " 5 Co&&, >nc&, C! Recto, !anila, Philippines, $AA$ edition

Fanuary ), #0$3, .aturday 3 %ours

Resource Planning %.& 'hat is human resource planning( %.% #he reasons or )R* %.+ #he assessment o the environment %., Strategic )R %.5 Methods o orecasting %.6 Methods o orecasting the demand or )R %.7 -orecasting the supply o )R %.8 *lanning )R *rograms

.tudents are e:pected to: $&To ,now what is human resource


planning(

#&To discuss the reasons or )R*


+. #o point out the assessment o the environment , #o learn Strategic )R 5. #o present the Methods o orecasting 6 to give the Methods o orecasting the demand or )R 7 .$amine -orecasting the supply o )R 8. /nderstand *lanning )R *rograms

a&interacti;e group-class discussion b& problem sol;ing

Courage

Gnowledge

a&te:tboo,sreferences b& computer, pro@ector, internet c& hand1outs d& case problems Reference:

a& <ui??es

a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports

b& recitation

c& case study

Creati;ity

!edina, c& case Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human reports Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, d&assignments

Philippines, #00C 8dition

5ate-Time "llotment

.pecific 7b@ecti;es Topics .trategies

Core Balues

>nstructional Resources

8;aluation

3earning 7utputs!astery 3e;el

Remar,s

Fanuary $$, #0$3 .aturday Classes resume

To)i* "o @ Recruitment

3 %ours

and selection +.& 'hat is recruitment( +.% *rere0uisite or e ective recruitment +.+ -actors a ecting recruitment +., #he process o recruitment +.5 #he sources o recruitment +.6 'hat is selection +.7 1ene its o proper selection +.8 #he selection process +.2 Selecting managers

"t the end of the topic, students are e:pected to:


& 'hat is recruitment( % .$amine *rere0uisite or e ective recruitment + 3denti y -actors a ecting recruitment , 4now process o recruitment 5 -ind ways sources o recruitment 6 'hat is selection 7 Analy5e 1ene its o proper selection 8 Appreciate selection process 2-ind ways in Selecting managers

$roblem solving Case stud/ !eporting 5ecture &iscussion 6uestions Ans+er $o+er point presentatio n

Courtesy

Commitment

a&te:tboo,sreferences b& computer, pro@ector, internet c& hand1outs d& case problems Reference:

a& <ui??es

b& recitation

a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports e& creati;e and inno;ati;e artwor,

Respect for "uthority

!edina, c& case Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human reports Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, d&assignments Philippines, #00C 8dition

Fanuary $/, #0$3, .aturday

Topic No. ! "rientation and Training ,.& 'hat is orientation(

"t the end of the topic, students are e:pected to:


& 4now what is orientation( %Apprecite the *urpose o

$roblem solving Case stud/

%onor

a&te:tboo,sreferences b& computer, pro@ector, internet c& hand1outs

a& <ui??es b& recitation c& case reports d&assignments

a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports

!>5T8R! 8:amination 3 %ours

Fanuary #(, #0$3

,.% *urpose o orientation ,.+ 'ho is responsi6le or orientation( ,., Levels o orientation ,.5 )ow orientation programs are presented ,.6 'hat is training( ,.6 'ho is responsi6le or training ,.7 3mportance or training ,.8 Assessing training needs ,.2 Methods o identi ying training needs ,.&7 #heories o learning ,.&& #raining methods ,.&% .valuating training programs Topic No #! $mployee development and career management 5.& .mployee development 5.% Methods o employee development 5.+ Re0uisites or

orientation + 8now 'ho is responsi6le or orientation( , Analy5e the Levels o orientation 5!iscuss how orientation programs are presented 6 #o present what is training( ,.6 'ho is responsi6le or training ,.7 3mportance or training ,.8 Assessing training needs ,.2 Methods o identi ying training needs ,.&7 #heories o learning ,.&& #raining methods ,.&% .valuating training programs

!eporting 5ecture &iscussion 6uestions Ans+er $o+er point presentatio n

d& case problems

!oderation

Reference:

Gindness .elf Krespect

!edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition

"t the end of the topic, students are e:pected to:


&. 4now .mployee development %*ropose the Methods o employee development +. *oint out the Re0uisites or success ul employee development ,. 9ive the :rgani5ational development 5. 9ive the ;omponents o :!

Reporting 3ecture 5iscussion 6uestions

"ccomplish1 ment

Reference:

Gnowledge

!edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue,

February $, #0$3, .aturday 3 %ours

success ul employee development 5., :rgani5ational development 5.5 ;omponents o :! 5.6 #ypes o :! interventions 5.7 ;areer Management 5.8 'hat is a career 5.2 ;areer development 5.&7 ;areer cycle 5.&& Ma8ing career development more e ective Topic No. %! Performance appraisal 6.& *er ormance< 3ts determinants and o6stacles 6.% 'hat is per ormance appraisal( 6.+ #he importance o per ormance appraisal 6., #he uses o per ormance appraisal 6.5 -ormal and in ormal appraisal 6.6 #he process o appraisal 6.7 Methods o

6 #o present the #ypes o :! interventions 7 .$plore ;areer Management 8 4now what is a career 2*ropose ;areer development &7 *resent ;areer cycle &&Analy5e Ma8ing career development more e ective

"nswer Power point presentation

Perse;erance Birtue

!etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition

February /, #0$3, .aturday

"t the end of the topic, students are e:pected to:


Topic No. &! Performance appraisal 6.& /nderstand the *er ormance< 3ts determinants and o6stacles 6.% 'hat is per ormance appraisal( 6.+ 4now #he importance o per ormance appraisal 6., identi y #he uses o per ormance appraisal 6.5 !i erentiate the -ormal and in ormal appraisal 6.6 4now the process o appraisal 6.7 4now the Methods o appraisal 6.8 Learn the 9oal setting or M1: 6.23denti y the Sources o *er ormance appraisal

$roblem solving Case stud/ !eporting 5ecture &iscussion 6uestions Ans+er

5emocracy

Reference

Compassion

3 %ours

Commitment

!edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition

a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports e& creati;e and inno;ati;e artwor,

appraisal 6.8 9oal setting or M1: 6.2 Sources o *er ormance appraisal 6.&7 .rrors in per ormance appraisal 6.&& overcoming .rrors in per ormance appraisal
Topic o& $0 February $(, #0$3, .aturday

6.&7 4now the .rrors in per ormance appraisal 6.&& 9ive reasons in overcoming .rrors in per ormance appraisal

$o+er point presentatio n

Cooperation

Producti;ity

3 %ours

'ompensating $mployees 7.& 'hat is compensation( 7.% o6=ectives o compensation 7.+ #he 6ases or compensation 7., #ypes o compensation 7.5 !etermining reward 7.6 ;omponents o a compensation program 7.7 >o6 evaluation systems 7.8 #he compensation structure

"t the end of the topic, students are e:pected to:


7.& 'hat is compensation( 7.% 4now the o6=ectives o compensation 7.+ 3denti y the 6ases or compensation 7., 4now types o compensation 7.5 .sta6lish !etermining reward 7.6 4now the ;omponents o a compensation program 7.7*resent the >o6 evaluation systems 7.8 4now the compensation structure

$roblem solving Case stud/ !eporting 5ecture &iscussion 6uestions Ans+er $o+er point presentatio n

%onor

Reference

Gindness

%onesty Frugality

!edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition

a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports e& creati;e and inno;ati;e artwor,

Topic o& $$ Incentive

"t the end of the topic, students are

$roblem

"ccomplishmen

Reference

a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E*

February ##, #0$3, .aturday

3 %ours

'ompensation 8.& 'hat are incentives( 8.% -actors to consider in esta6lishing and maintaining incentive systems 8.+ #ypes o incentives 8., 3ncentives or pro essionals 8.5 3ncentives or e$ecutives 8.6 !esigning and implementing incentive pay

e:pected to:
8.& 'hat are incentives( 8.% 4now the -actors to consider in esta6lishing and maintaining incentive systems 8.+ 3denti y the #ypes o incentives 8., *resent 3ncentives or pro essionals 8.5-ind ways 3ncentives or e$ecutives 8.6 .$plore in !esigning and implementing incentive pay

solving Case stud/ !eporting 5ecture &iscussion 6uestions Ans+er $o+er point presentatio n $roblem solving Case stud/ !eporting 5ecture &iscussion 6uestions Ans+er

ts

Tolerance 5ependability

!edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition

b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports e& creati;e and inno;ati;e artwor,

!oderation

!arch $, #0$3 .aturday

3 %ours

Topic No. ()! $mployee *enefits 2.& 'hat are 6ene its( 2.% 1ene its and Motivation 2.+ Reasons or granting 6ene its 2., #ypes o employee 6ene its 2.5 Managing the 6ene its program

"t the end of the topic, students are e:pected to:


Topic No. %! $mployee *enefits 2.& 'hat are 6ene its( 2.% !i erentiate 1ene its and Motivation 2.+ 3denti y Reasons or granting 6ene its 2., #ypes o employee 6ene its 2.5 Learn in Managing the 6ene its program

Patience

Reference =

Perse;erance

Commitment Truthfulness

!edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition

a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports e& creati;e and inno;ati;e artwor,

!arch /, #0$3 .aturday

3 %ours

Topic No. (+! Safety and ,ealt, &7.& 'hat is health and sa ety( &7.% 'ho is responsi6le or health and sa ety( &7.+ ;auses o accidents and illnesses in the wor8place &7., *reventing accidents &7.5 *rotecting employees? health &7.6 :rgani5ing or sa ety and health &7.7 .valuating health and sa ety programs &7.8 #he occupational health and sa ety law

"t the end of the topic, students are e:pected to:


Topic No. (-! Safety and ,ealt, &7.& 'hat is health and sa ety( &7.% 'ho is responsi6le or health and sa ety( &7.+*resent the ;auses o accidents and illnesses in the wor8place &7., 1rie ly discuss *reventing accidents &7.5 .sta6lish *rotecting employees? health &7.6*ropose :rgani5ing or sa ety and health &7.7 Learn .valuating health and sa ety programs &7.8 /nderstand the occupational health and sa ety law

$o+er point presentatio n $roblem solving Case stud/ !eporting 5ecture &iscussion 6uestions Ans+er $o+er point presentatio n

.elf Control

Reference=

Truthfulness 5iligence Respect for %ealth Compassion

!edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition

a&%ighly participati;e'at least D0E* b&%igh scores c& reaction paper d& case reports e& creati;e and inno;ati;e artwor,

!arch $(, #0$3 .aturday

Final 8:amination

3 %ours

Topic No. (.! $mployee Discipline &&.& #he importance o discipline &&.% 'hat is discipline( &&.+ ;ategories o di icult employees &&., !isciplinary policies and *rocedures &&.5 #he discipline process &&.6 Approaches to discipline &&.7 *rogressive discipline &&.8 -actors considered in analy5ing discipline pro6lems &&.2 !isciplines and the li e cycle o Rules &&.&7 #he disciplinary action procedure &&.&&!iscipline and the counseling approach &&.&% !isciplines and the supervisor
Topic o& $(: 2ender and sensiti;ity and de;elopment

"t the end of the topic, students are e:pected to:


Topic No. ((! $mployee Discipline &&.&4now the importance o discipline &&.% 4now what is discipline( &&.+ .$amine the ;ategories o di icult employees &&., /nderstand !isciplinary policies and *rocedures &&.5 4now the discipline process &&.6 .sta6lish Approaches to discipline &&.7 !iscuss *rogressive discipline &&.81rie ly discuss -actors considered in analy5ing discipline pro6lems &&.2 >usti y !isciplines and the li e cycle o Rules &&.&7 .sta6lish the disciplinary action procedure &&.&& .$plore !iscipline and the counseling approach &&.&% !i erentiate !isciplines and the supervisor

$roblem solving Case stud/ !eporting 5ecture &iscussion 6uestions Ans+er $o+er point presentatio n

Patience

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!edina, Robeto 2&, Personne& and Human Resour*es Mana'emen t, C! Recto ";enue, !etro !anila, Philippines, #00C 8dition

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a& computer, pro@ector, internet b& hand1outs c& case problems

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3 %ours

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$D/'ATI"NA0 T"/R to various 6usiness esta6lishments in ;e6u< government agencies and selected schools that o ers M1A program is recommended 6y April %7&, to supplement classroom learning especially on areas o ;orporate Social Responsi6ility and *roduction< :perations Management < Mar8eting Management and )uman Resources Management.

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Republic of the Philippines CARLOS HILADO MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE GRADUATE SCHOOL STUDIES Fortune Towne Campus, Bacolod City

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Topic No. 1 Rights of the Working People Case anal/sis

$oint ; hours

$resentation Topic No. 2 Overview Resource Management of Human Case $resentation 0rainstorming Group d/namics !eporting (ntervie+ (nternet surfing Maga4ine clippings Group presentation .ournal !eading !ole $la/ing %ands<out distribution 2opic !evie+ Summar/ !ecap Oral $resentation Group sharing 0ulletin $resentation Group !eaction .ournal Anal/sis Criti3uing ; hours ? hours ; hours ; hours ; hours ; hours ? hours ; hours ; hours ; hours 5ong 2est Chapter 2est !evie+ 8@am !eaction $ap !eflection $aper 0ulletin Anal/sis 8@ercises 8@ercises 8@ercises

Topic No. 1 (trategic Human resource Management in a -hanging *nvironment Topic No. 2 3actors Within an Organi4ation that affects personnel Topic No. 5 Human Resource Planning Topic No. 6 Recruitment an" selection Topic No. 78 Orientation an" Training Topic No 98 *mplo:ee "evelopment an" career management Topic No. ;8 Performance appraisal Topic No. 1< -ompensating *mplo:ees Topic No. 11 'ncentive -ompensation

Topic No. 128 *mplo:ee ,enefit

Case anal/sis

Assignment

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Topic No. 118 (afet: an" health

Case $resentation Case anal/sis

!eflection $aper

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Topic No. 128 *mplo:ee %iscipline

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Case $resentation Topic No. 158 0en"er an" sensitivit: an" "evelopment ; %O>!S Total=52 Hours