|Module label||Human Resource Management|
|Credit points||6.0 KP|
|Institute directory||Department of Business Administration, Economics and Law (Economics)|
|Applicability of the module||
|Skills to be acquired in this module||
Upon completion of the module (two complementary lectures), students will be able to:
By attending the non-compulsory tutorials and participating in lecture discussions, students can develop their own position on the inter-linkages between theoretical approaches and practical courses of action. Students will thus be able to identify problems, analyse them critically, and develop solutions. As they have the opportunity to work in small groups within the tutorials and to participate during lecture discussions, students may also learn to handle different points of view and discuss constructively. Overall they will be prepared for the specific requirements faced in the field of HR Management.
Students develop theoretical as well as practical insights into the backgrounds and specific characteristics of “Human Resource” Management, in particular the following:
- origins and theoretical basis
- development and framework requirements
- workforce planning
- recruitment and selection
- work organisation
- working time organisation
- performance reviews
- training and development
- staff reduction
Berthel, J. / Becker, F. D. (2013), Personal-Management. Grundzüge für Konzeptionen betriebli¬cher Personalarbeit, 10thedition, Schäffer-Pöschel, Stuttgart.
Breisig, T. / Michel, M. (2016): Personal: Grundlagen und Handlungsfelder aus arbeitspolitischer Perspektive, 2nd edition, NWB, Herne.
Oechsler, W.A. / Paul, C. (2015), Personal und Arbeit. Einführung in das Personalmanagement, 10thedition, de Gruyter, Berlin et al.
Scholz, C. (2014), Personalmanagement. Informationsorientierte und verhaltenstheoretische Grundlagen, 6thedition, Vahlen, München.
Further literature will be announced during the semester according to the particular lecture/seminar content.
|Language of instruction||German|
|Duration (semesters)||1 Semester|
|Type of module|
|Type of course||Comment||SWS||Frequency||Workload of compulsory attendance|
|Total module attendance time||84 h|
|Examination||Examination times||Type of examination|
|Final exam of module||
At the end of the lecture period and at the end of the semester