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HRM 401 Human Resource Management
Department: BSc in Business Management
Module Description: This module covers the growing field of International Human Resource Management (IHRM). It presents the latest theories and practices in IHRM. Students are expected to learn about different approaches to cross-cultural management as well as become familiar with some of the debates in comparative HRM and IHRM. It offers comprehensive and integrative case studies that require students to understand how IHRM functions in global organisations from different countries and industries.
Indicative key readings
Additional reading on Developments in IHRM Policy and Practice, such as given in the chapters from the module text book, Harzing and Pinnington (2011):
- Chapter 15 Women Leading and Managing Worldwide
- Chapter 16 Global Work Life Management in Multinational Corporations
- Chapter 18 Social-Responsibility, Sustainability and Diversity of Human Resources
Two refereed journal articles set by the module coordinator taken from: Human Resource Management (USA), Human Resource Management Journal, International Journal of Human Resource Management, and Human Relations.