HR

 

 

Faculty of Management Studies

Master of Business Administration

Sem.-IV

 

Subject Code:1MS2020472

Subject Title:  Compensation Management

1.   Course Objectives and Outline:

The course is designed to promote understanding among students of issues associated to the compensation or rewarding Human Resources in the corporate, public service sectors and other forms of organizations and to impart skills in designing, analyzing and restructuring compensation packages related systems, policies and strategies.

  

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

Tutorial

Practical

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

Total

University Assessment

Internal Assessment

4

-

-

4

60 Marks

40 Marks

100 Marks

 

3.   Syllabus

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

Compensation management – An Introduction: Compensation Management, Compensation and Non-compensation Dimensions, Concept of Salary Structure, Salary Progression, Methods of Payment, Limitations of Job Related Compensation, Competency based Compensation

12

25%

2

Wage Determination: Introduction to Compensation, Rewards, Wage Levels and Wage Structures; Introduction to Wage Determination Process and Wage Administration rules; Factors Influencing Wage and Salary Structure and Principles of Wage and Salaries Administration, Pay Commission, Public Sector Pay Revision. Understanding the CTC of an employee.

12

25%

3

Rewards & Recognition: Concept of Reward Management, Developing Reward Policies, Reward Strategy, Developing Total Reward Approach, Pay for Performance: Types of Incentive Schemes, Wage Incentive Plans, Pre-requisites of Effective Incentive Schemes, Merits and Demerits of Incentives, Pay for Performance Plans

12

25%


 

4

Introduction to Importance of Wage Differentials; Introduction to Executive Compensation and Components of Remuneration, International Compensation: Expatriate Compensation and its objectives, Elements of Expatriate’s Compensation Package, Problems in Compensation Management.

12

25%

 

4.   Course Pedagogy

The pedagogy of the subject involves Lectures, Case Discussions, Assignments on various pay practices in corporate.

5.   Suggested Readings

 

a.      Books

1

Human Resource Management, by L.M Prasad, Sultan Chand & Sons.

2

Compensation Management: Rewarding Performance . by Henderson, Richard I., Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.

3

Compensation Management  by Dipak Kumar Bhattacharya,  Oxford Publications

4

Compensation Management in a Knowledge Based World by Richard I Henderson, Pearson Publications

 

b.      Journals/Magazines

·         Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management by Elsevier

·          Human Resource Management journal by Wiley

·         The International Journal of Human Resource Management by Taylor & Fransis

·         The Human Resource Management Review (HRMR) by Elsevier

 


 

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub-components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

40%

 

 

 

Subject Code:1MS2020474

Subject Title: Conflict and Negotiation Management

1.   Course Objectives and Outline:

As per Industrial relations in today’s world, conflict of interests especially between employees and employers are become more common and even drastically increases day by day. Strikes, Lockouts and Layoff are become more familiar terms for every ones. Conflict management and negotiation skill become essential for an effective H.R. Manager. Persuasion skills, dealing with grievances and resolving disputes are the part of daily’s life of any H.R. Manager. This course will help students in certain ways:  1.To develop fundamental knowledge about Industrial relations and its different aspects. 2. To develop fundamental knowledge about types and sources of conflicts and mechanisms to resolve it. 3. To learn practical application techniques to resolve industrial disputes and grievance.

 

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

Tutorial

Practical

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

Total

University Assessment

Internal Assessment

4

-

-

4

60 Marks

40 Marks

100 Marks

 

3.   Syllabus

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

Industrial Dispute Act, 1947, Industrial Discipline-Standing orders, Service Rules, Code of discipline; Industrial employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946, Law related to Industrial Discipline, Principles of Natural Justice.

12

25%

2

Industrial disputes- causes and effects; Strikes and Lockouts-Concept, types, legal and illegal strikes and lockouts, Methods of Settling Industrial Disputes,; Conciliation, Arbitration and Adjudication – Mediation and Conciliation, Adjudication, importance, types, labour courts, industrial tribunal.

12

25%

3

Collective Bargaining; Concept, approaches, types, perquisites and process-Collective agreements Negotiation skills. Legislation Concerning Settlement of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, Lay-off, Retrenchment and Closure, Recommendations of the Second NCL (2002).

12

25%

4

Schemes of Workers’ Participation in Management in India, Work Committees (1947), Joint Management Councils (1958), Board Level participation (1970), Unit Councils and Joint Councils in Public Sector (1977), Grievance; Concept, Significance, Workplace harassment- Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Bill, 2010

12

25%

 

4.   Course Pedagogy

The pedagogy of the subject involves Lectures, Role Plays, Case Discussions, Real life Business Scenarios. Students will be given group tasks and assignments. In Movie based learning, students will watch a movie based on management concept and required to submit an assignment which will be part of their continuous evaluation process.

5.   Suggested Readings

a.      Books

1

Industrial Relations, Trade Unions and Labour Legislation; by P.R.N. Sinha, Indu Bala Sinha and Seema Priadarshini Shekhar, Pearson Education, New Delhi.

2

Labour Laws for Managers; by B. D. Singh, Excel Books, New Delhi.

3

Industrial Relations; by C.S. Venkata Ratnam, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.

4

Labour and Industrial Laws; by P.K. Padhi, PHI Learning Private Limited, New Delhi.

 

b.      Journals/Magazines

·      Indian Journal of Industrial Relations.

·      Journal of Human Values.

·      HRM Review.

·      Indian Journal of Training and Development.

·      The IUP Journal of Management Research.

·      Business India/India Today/Outlook.

 

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub-components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Case Presentation, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

-The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

40%

 

 

 

Subject Code:1MS2020473

Subject Title: International Human Resource Management

1.   Course Objectives and Outline:

·         To make students aware of the changes in people, challenges arising from the internationalization of business.

·         To understand human resource management systems and challenges in multinational companies and improve their performance.

·         To enable students to understand HRM strategies, policies and practices, where MNCs pursue to effectively address these different issues.

 

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

Tutorial

Practical

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

Total

University Assessment

Internal Assessment

4

-

-

4

60 Marks

40 Marks

100 Marks

 

3.   Syllabus

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

Concept and Characteristics of International Human Resource Management, Differences between IHRM and HRM, The organizational context of IHRM.

12

25%

2

International Talent Management Cycle, International Recruitment, Selection, International training and development, Repatriation process and career issues.

12

25%

3

International Compensation and Performance Management, Components of an international compensation, Approaches to international compensation, Expatriate adjustment & performance ,

International assignee role conception & identification

Performance management.

12

25%


4

Strategic view of IHRM, Global standardization vs. localization, Social capital and expatriate networks in MNCs, Ethical issues in IHRM

12

25%

 

4.   Course Pedagogy

The pedagogy of the subject involves Lectures, Case Discussions, Assignments on various pay practices in corporate.

5.   Suggested Readings

a.      Books

1

International Human Resource Management: A Multinational Company Perspective  by  M. Tayeb, Oxford University Press.

2

International Human Resource Management by Peter J. Dowling, Marion Festing, Allen D. Engle, Thomson

Learning.

 

b.      Journals/Magazines

·         Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management by Elsevier

·          The International Journal of Human Resource Management by Taylor & Fransis

·         The Human Resource Management Review (HRMR) by Elsevier

 

6.   Evaluation Scheme

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub-components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

40%

 

 

 

Subject Code:1MS2020475

Subject Title: Performance Management

1.   Course Objectives and Outline:

What makes some businesses more successful than others? The human resource is the key. Organizations with motivated, talented employees that offer outstanding customer service are more likely to pull ahead of the competition. The course of Performance Management offers a comprehensive approach necessary to meet the requirements of HR managers in the competitive era. The course emphasize on competitive advantage, showing managers that success in today’s globalized business world can be found, not in technology and products, but in an organization’s people.   

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

Tutorial

Practical

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

Total

University Assessment

Internal Assessment

4

-

-

4

60 Marks

40 Marks

100 Marks

 

3.   Syllabus

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

Strategic And General Considerations  

Performance Management and Reward Systems

Performance Management Process  

Performance Management and Strategic Planning  

12

25%

2

System Implementation  

Defining Performance, Measurement Approach  

Measuring Results and Behaviors  

Gathering Performance Information  

Implementing a Performance Management System  

12

25%

3

Employee Development  

Performance Management and Employee Development  

Performance Management Skills  

12

25%

4

Contemporary Issues

Reward Systems and Legal Issues  

Managing Team Performance

Case Studies

12

25%

 

4.   Course Pedagogy

The pedagogy of the subject involves Lectures, Role Plays, Case Discussions, Real life Business Scenarios. Students will be given group tasks and assignments.

5.   Suggested Readings

a.      Books

1

Performance Management; by Herman Aguinis; Pearson

2

Performance Management; by A S Kohli; Oxford press

3

Performance Management; Harvard Business School Publishing

4

Appraising Job Performance; by Patrick Forsyth; Jaico Publishing

 

b.      Journals/Magazines

·         Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management; Publishing India Group

·         Harvard Business Review, Harvard publishing

 

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub-components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Case Presentation, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

40%

 

 

 

Subject Code:1MS2020471

Subject Title: Strategic Human Resource Management

1.   Course Objectives and Outline:

In a competitive environment, a business organization’s success depends on careful acquisition and development of productive assets after analyzing their impacts on its capabilities and operating costs over a period of time, in which employees are one of the productive assets. The course teaches to recognize the importance of environmental forces, strategies for competitive position and profitability. How HR function can be useful in development of competitive advantage.   

2.   Teaching Scheme (Hours per week)

Lecture (Hrs.)

Tutorial

Practical

Credit

Evaluation Scheme (Marks)

Total

University Assessment

Internal Assessment

4

-

-

4

60 Marks

40 Marks

100 Marks

 

3.   Syllabus

Module No.

Contents

Total Hours

Weight

1

Business Environment and Strategic Resources

Regulatory Forces and Strategic Planning

Market Driven Strategy

Resource Driven Strategy

12

25%

2

HR Functions and Competitive Advantage-I

Macro and Micro Dimensions of HR system

Human Resource Based Competitive Advantage

Strategic Human Resource Planning, Recruitment

12

25%

3

HR Functions and Competitive Advantage-II

Strategic Human Resource Selection, Development

Management structure, Job Design and Work System

Strategic Management of Performance and Compensation

12

25%

4

Contemporary Issues in Strategic HR Management

Industrial Relations

Outsourcing

Merger and Acquisition

Case Discussion

12

25%

 

4.   Course Pedagogy

The pedagogy of the subject involves Lectures, Role Plays, Case Discussions, Real life Business Scenarios. Students will be given group tasks and assignments.

5.   Suggested Readings

a.      Books

1

Strategic Human Resource Management A Resource Driven Perspective; by Pulak Das; Cengage

2

Strategic Human resource management; by Charles R. Greer; Pearson

3

Strategic HRM; by Tanuja Agarwala; Oxford

4

Strategic HRM; by Jeffrey Mello; Cengage Learning 

5

Strategic Human resource  management; by Schuler and  Jackson; Wiley 

 

b.      Journals/Magazines

·         Journal of strategic human management; Publishing India Group

·         Strategic HR Review; Emerald insight

·         Harvard Business Review, Harvard publishing

6.   Evaluation Scheme

 

Sr. No.

Component

Weight

1

University Examination

60%

2

Internal Assessment

-Depending on the need and objectives of the subject, internal assessment should include minimum three of the following sub-components;

Class Test, Quiz, Assignments, Case Presentation, Class Participation, Projects, Team/Individual Assignments.

-The weightage of a sub-component should not exceed 50% of internal assessment component weight.

- The bifurcation of sub-components shall be communicated by the instructor before commencement of the academic sessions.

40%

 

 

 

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