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KMS2083 Human Resource Planning, Recruitment and Selection Faculty of Cognitive Sciences and Human Development, UNIMAS

COURSE TITLE HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING, RECRUITMENT AND


SELECTION
(Perancangan, Pengambilan dan Pemilihan Sumber Manusia)
COURSE CODE KMS2083
CREDIT 3
PREREQUISITE/S N/A
SYNOPSIS The aim of this course is to build an understanding of the theories,
techniques and current practices of workforce planning and its
theoretical and practical relationship with current effective practices
of recruitment and selection. At the end of the course, students will
understand the causal relationship between human resource planning,
recruitment and selection and how the effective products of each
function can be translated into a successful organization.
(Matlamat kursus ini adalah untuk mewujudkan kefahaman tentang
teori, teknik dan amalan semasa berhubung dengan perancangan
tenaga kerja dan hubungan teori dan praktikalnya dengan amalan
semasa pengambilan dan pemilihan yang berkesan. Di akhir kursus
ini, pelajar akan memahami hubungkait antara perancangan,
pengambilan dan pemilihan sumber manusia dan bagaimana hasil
yang efektif bagi setiap fungsi ini boleh diterangkan organisasi yang
berjaya.)
LEARNING
OUTCOMES
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
o Examine issues underlying the relationship between human
resource planning and recruitment and selection. [C4, CT]
o Construct a flowchart to show the critical stages in human
resource planning. [P4, CT]
o Justify current practices of workforce planning based on related
theories and principles. [A3, CT]
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STUDENT
LEARNING
HOURS
Guided LHs Self LHs
28 14 Lectures
7 14 Tutorials
7 35 Student-Centered Learning
2 4 Continuous Assessment
3 6 Final Examination
47 73 Sub-Total
120 Hours Total
LEARNING
UNITS
Guided LHs
1. 6 Overview of Organizational Strategic Planning,
Recruitment and Selection
- Introduction to the strategic planning process
- How strategic planning process permeates down
throughout the organization and generates performance
objectives.
2. 6 Strategic Planning and Human Resource Planning
- How performance objectives are interpreted into
definitions of human resource needs.
- How the proper techniques of human resource
planning are applied to the definitions of human
resource need.
3. 6 Forecasting Techniques for HR Planning
- Understanding and analysis of the various techniques
for forecasting Human Resource needs.
4. 6 Career Planning and Development
- Understanding the importance of individual and
organizational career planning.
- Career planning and development method.
- Career development stages.
5. 6 Recruitment Strategies for HR Plans
- Methods and techniques for Internal Recruitment
- Methods and Techniques for External Recruitment
- Development of a Recruitment Strategy for the Case
Study HR Plan
6. 6 Techniques and Tools for Selection
- Introduction of the most effective techniques and tools
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for selection
- Analysis and selection of the most effective selection
tool for each component of the HR Plan
36 Total
ASSESSMENT 5 % Pop Quiz
15 % Assignment 1
30 % Assignment 2
20 % Mid-Semester Examination
30 % Final Examination
100 % Total
REFERENCES 1. Heneman, H.G. , Judge, T.A., (2011). Staffing Organization
7th Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.
2. Cook, M. (2009).Personnel Selection: Adding Value Through
People 4th Edition. England: John Wiley
3. Caruth D.L., Caruth G.D, Pane S.S, (2009). Staffing the
Contemporary Organization: A Guide to Planning, Recruiting,
and Selecting for Human Resource Professionals 3rd Edition.
London:Praeger
4. Recruitment and Selection (2009)
5. McNahon G., (2007). Recruitment and selection : how to get it
right Delhi : Prentice-Hall
Last updated: January 5, 2012, Thu, 5:22 PM
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