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Description

This subject is oriented to the study of the fundamental processes of Human Resources Management. The contents developed in this discipline are eminently applicable to the business world since they focus on how to direct and motivate the main asset of any organization: people.

The subject is structured in five thematic blocks, relating the Human Resources function with the organization (job description and management by competencies), entry (selection), development (training and knowledge management), profitability ( performance management), and staff adherence to the company project (motivation and organizational climate and internal comm
unication).

It will be essential to approach the different techniques of human resource management online.

Throughout the study of this discipline, theoretical learning will be combined with practical teachings to guarantee the assimilation of the concepts studied.

Before enrolling in the course, check the possible requirements that you may have within your plan. You will find this information in the "Study plan" tab of the corresponding plan.

General skills

  • Understand the importance of the personnel management function.
  • Know the fundamental processes of personnel management.
  • Develop the necessary skills to direct staff.
  • Know the new human resources management strategies.

Specific skills

  • Know the functions, characteristics, and limitations of the personnel management models.
  • Analyze the needs and demands of the recipients of the personnel management function.
  • Develop personal skills to effectively lead and manage human groups.
  • Apply various techniques and tools for people management.
  • Identify group and intergroup needs in personnel management.
  • To delve into the consequences of the impact of new technologies on the management and personnel management processes.
  • Plan staff templates, through a correct study of the organization chart, job descriptions, and a management model by competencies.
  • Evaluate the results in the area of ​​human resources through the study of motivation and organizational climate.

Methodology

The methodology adopted in this subject for the learning and evaluation of its contents is adapted to the model of continuous and distance training of the UDIMA. The knowledge of the subject is acquired through the reasoned and comprehensive study of all the didactic units of the manual, as well as the didactic material that is made available to students in the Virtual Classroom.

Besides, students must carry out the continuous assessment and learning activities planned in the "didactic activities schedule", and defined in the "assessment system", both of which appear below in this teaching guide.

The conceptual doubts that arise after the reasoned study of the units of the manual and the complementary material should be raised in the Virtual Classroom Tutorials Forums. Forums are the main channel of communication with the teacher and with classmates in the classroom, being, therefore, the main tool in the exchange of knowledge for learning and consolidation of the concepts associated with the subject.

Any problem that is not resolved in the corresponding forum may be answered by phone during the teacher's tutorials, which will be published in the Virtual Classroom.

Dedication required

It is estimated that the reading and understanding of the theoretical contents covered in the various teaching units will take approximately 40 hours, while the completion of Continuous Assessment Activities (AECs), the Learning Activities, and the performance of the Controls, will take about 65 hours approximately. We can also consider that with the use of about 20 hours by the student, to prepare the final exam in person, it will be enough to consolidate the knowledge and skills acquired during the course.

Tutorials

The teacher provides individualized monitoring of the student's activity to ensure the best learning conditions, through tutoring through the tools of the educational platform and/or telephone tutorials. In these tutorials, the students can consult with the professors about the doubts about the studied matter.

Didactic materials

For the development of theoretical learning, on which the final exam will focus, the following manual has been selected, from which the didactic units that correspond to the description of the contents of the subject will be studied:

Manual of the subject:
"Fundamentals of Human Resources Management"

Finally, the teacher may make any other voluntary supplementary material available to the student in line with the didactic units or a supplementary material folder.

Contents and programming

Unit 1.

Employment descriptions.

Unit 2.

Management by competencies.

Unit 3.

Staff pick.

Unit 4.

Performance management.

Unit 5.

Work motivation.

Unit 6.

Organizational climate and quality of work life.

Unit 7.

Internal communication.

Unit 8.

Knowledge management.

Unit 9.

Training in the company.

(*) The specific dates can be consulted in the virtual classroom of the subject and the tab "Prices, Calendar and Enrollment" of the degree.

Evaluation system

During the study of this subject, the learning evaluation process is continuous and includes the realization of:

Summary table of the evaluation system

Type of activity

Rating weight

Learning activities

10%

Continuous Assessment Activities (AEC)

20%

Controls

10%

Final exam in person

60%

TOTAL

100%

To pass the course, it is necessary to obtain a minimum grade of 5 in the face-to-face final exam, as well as in the total grade for the course, once the weighted computation of the marks obtained in the didactic activities and the face-to-face final exam has been performed.

If a student does not pass the course in the ordinary session, they may be examined in the September session. The student who does not appear for the February and/or July or September call will automatically lose all the work done throughout the course. In this case, you must enroll again in the subject.

The planned dates for carrying out all the activities are indicated in the virtual classroom of the subject.

The originality of academic papers

According to the Royal Spanish Academy, "plagiarizing" means substantially copying other people's works, giving them as one's own. In other words, plagiarism implies expressing someone else's ideas as if they were your own, without citing their authorship. Likewise, the appropriation of the content may be due to an excessive inclusion of information from the same source, even though it has been properly cited. Taking the above into account, the student must develop their knowledge with their own words and expressions. In no case will literal copies of paragraphs, images, graphics, tables, etc. be accepted. of the consulted materials. If its reproduction is necessary, it must contemplate the appropriate standards for academic citation.

The documents presented in the academic activities may be stored in paper or electronic format and serve as a comparison with other third-party works, to protect the originality of the source and prevent the misappropriation of all or part of the student's work. Therefore, they may be used and stored by the university, through the system it deems, with the sole purpose of serving as a source of comparison for any other work presented.

Grading system

The grading system for all the didactic activities is numerical from 1 to 10 with a decimal expression, to which is added its corresponding qualitative qualification:

0 - 4.9: Fail (SS)
5.0 - 6.9: Pass (AP)
7.0 - 8.9: Notable (NT)
9.0 - 10: Excelling (SB)
Honors (MH)

(RD 1125/2003, of September 5, which establishes the European credit system and the grading system in official university degrees and valid throughout the national territory).

The honors are awarded when the teacher deems appropriate based on the excellence of the activities carried out by the student and the grades obtained by the rest of the group. However, the academic criteria for its award correspond to the department responsible for each degree.

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