Human resources planning process. Analysis of job positions. Recruitment process. Performance evaluation. Wage payment systems. Training plan within the organization. Different approaches about leadership in business organizations. Motivation as a key tool in human labor. Internal communication within the organization. Conflict management, individual and collective negotiation. The employment contract within the legal framework of the labor relationship. Conditions of labor relations, suspension, and termination of labor contracts.
We have witnessed in recent years a major shift in business thinking about the role that individuals play in organizations. From considering the human element as a production factor to considering as a differentiating factor and also source of competitive advantage. This change in perspective has increased the importance of the social function to a predominant level in the field of corporate governance and has been equipped with a highly strategic character.
The main objective of this subject is to instruct students in the new approach to leadership and management of human resources and provide basic skills and knowledge to enable them to understand that effective management of human resources is a key aspect in business success. The program developed for this purpose is divided into three main parts that make up a total of 9 teaching units:
Part I: Policies and practices for managing human resources.
Part II: The management of behaviour and other key aspects in the management of human resources.
Part III: The legal regulation of employment.
The first part begins with the study of the human resources department, the objectives and the functions performed, before moving on to the analysis of the different processes of personnel management.
Previously and as a basis for management, is considered the job position analysis as one of the most important tools in personnel, along with human resource planning and business planning.
Regarding policies and management practices will be analysed the hiring process, the role of performance appraisal, reward systems and the employees training within the company.
The second part is designed to educate students on issues related to the field of behavioural management in the organizational field and other key issues affecting the area of Human Resources.
Finally, the third part provides the students with knowledge about the theory and practice of the dynamics affecting the working contract since the birth, with the formalization of the employment contract, to extinction, through the vicissitudes and incidents that can affect the working relationship and the regulatory framework that governs the employment relationship and the social security system.