This course deals with employee training, recruitment, and selection processes. Topics include interviewing candidates and determining the selection criteria to get the best candidate suited to a specific job. Trends in recruitment, legal considerations related to prospect interviewing and employment testing are also introduced.
This is a capstone course in Human Resource Management which will apply many of the theories that students have studied in other courses. This course analyzes the function of a human resource department, including its strategy of defining the structure, roles, and the importance of its alignment with a company’s overall business strategy. Topics such as recruitment, compensation, disciplinary policy, and employee development will be applied in the development of Human Resource. Current challenges faced by employers in a highly diverse labor force in the UAE will also be assessed.
This course focuses on the design and implementation of the total compensation system, including the development of an organizational pay policy that considers the impact of external market forces. All forms of benefits are examined, such as health benefits, disability and life benefits, flexible spending accounts, retirement, and incentive policies. Benefits and Compensation standards under the rules of the UAE Ministry of Labor will be studied and reviewed.
The legislative and regulatory aspects of labor and employment that impact human resources in the UAE are evaluated, including employment policies and employment rights. Students are also introduced to governmental and human resource practices and standards in the UAE.
This Human Resource Management course is concerned with the protection, safety, health and welfare of employees at work. This will help students to develop competencies needed to be effective in the development, implementation, and evaluation of health and safety programs and systems in a wide variety of occupational settings.
The Human Resource Management program at MCM will equip students with the ability to examine how companies operate as well as the importance of human resource management and how it relates to the effectiveness of an organization.
No matter what field our graduates enter, studying human resource management prepares students for a wide range of jobs and positions. Effective leadership of human resources requires an understanding of strategy, lawand procedures, as well as an understanding of appropriate reactions to individual values, personality, experiences, perceptions, emotions, and attitudes. It also requires an understanding of the potential dilemmas likely to arise during policy formation and implementation and during times of organizational change.
This accredited HR management graduate program prepares professionals in the specialized HRM discipline, making graduates well-acquainted with contemporary HRM practices and the strategic importance of people management.[/vc_column_text]
The American College of Dubai is centrally located in Garhoud, Dubai, making it a very convenient option set in the heart of the city. Our faculty are highly experienced and we have been delivering excellent educational standards for over 20 years. Our campus includes lecture halls, a separate library building with study areas, a major computer centre and related resource rooms, as well as a small clinic staffed by a resident nurse. Student activity areas include outdoor sports facilities such as a football field as well as basketball and volleyball courts. There is also a games hall beside the cafeteria as well as a dedicated activities area.Read More