FNGA 208 - Human Resource Management

This Human Resource Management course serves as a topical introduction to the role of human resources in a public organization, specifically Yukon First Nation Governments. This course presents an overview of issues and applications of human resource management and relates them to public management. The course will focus on current trends, common approaches to strategic HR planning and the influence of organizational culture. Topics include: the role of human resource management; planning, job design, recruitment, retention and wellness, developing talent and employment law.

Please note: Students planning to take FNGA 208 in winter 2020 should register for LEAD 272 through the School of Business and Leadership.

Credits
3.00

No scheduled sessions