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Employment & HRM options for years 2 & 3. The HRM , Industrial Relations & Law teaching group offer 6 employment & HRM modules : 2 second year options 4 final year options It also offers 4 Law Modules – see immediately following presentation!.

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Employment hrm options for years 2 3

Employment & HRM options for years 2 & 3

The HRM , Industrial Relations & Law teaching group offer 6 employment & HRM modules:

  • 2 second year options

  • 4 final year options

    It also offers 4 Law Modules – see immediately following presentation!


Year 2 globalisation employment arjan keizer damian grimshaw

YEAR 2GLOBALISATION & EMPLOYMENTArjan Keizer & Damian Grimshaw

  • Second year course, semester 2

  • 25% coursework (group presentation and individual assignment) plus 75% exam

  • Introduces students to key employment issues arising from the internationalisation of economy, society and labour markets

  • Content:

    • The weakened role of the nation state?

    • Global production networks

    • Offshoring of jobs

    • Labour migration

    • Regulating labour in a global world


Year 2 employment relations anne mcbride stephen mustchin

YEAR 2Employment RelationsAnne McBride & Stephen Mustchin

  • Year 2, 20 credit course - Semester 1 and 6 weeks of semester 2

  • Weekly 2-hour lecture and a 1-hour seminar

  • Learning objectives:

    • To understand the challenges of managing the employment relationship by:

      • identifying and examining factors which shape the employment relationship

      • critically assessing policies and practices of key ‘actors’ in the employment relationship

      • identifying and assessing trends in employment relations

  • Assessment

    • January exam (50%)

    • 2000 word essay (50%)


Final year international hrm ihrm bman 31672 miguel martinezlucio@mbs ac uk

final yearInternational HRM (IHRM), BMAN 31672 [email protected]

Semester 2, 10 credit course; 2.5 hour examination

  • Examines the issues and challenges associated with the internationalisation of organisations and the resulting HR strategies, policies and practices

  • Focuses on functions (recruitment, selection, development and compensation in MNCs), HQ-Subsidiary relations, managing international assignments, international management development, issues of diversity management, global corporate social responsibility.

  • Explains the developments in the international regulatory environment

  • 100% examination assessment


Final year globalisation national employment systems damian grimshaw arjan keizer

Final yearGLOBALISATION & NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SYSTEMSDamian Grimshaw &Arjan Keizer

  • 10 credit course, first semester, final year

  • 2-hour lecture plus 1-hour seminar

  • 25% 750-word essay plus 75% exam

  • Key questions:

    • Compares and contrasts characteristics of national models of employment

    • Analyses the role of regulations and other institutions in shaping employment

    • ‘one best way’ or divergence of employment models?

  • Content:

    • The influence of production systems and corporate governance on employment in different country contexts

    • Welfare regimes, family and gender

    • Skill systems

    • Balancing flexibility and regulation


Final year comparative industrial relations prof jeremy waddington

Final yearCOMPARATIVE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONSProf. Jeremy Waddington

  • 3rd year course run over semester one and five weeks of semester two with a weekly two-hour lecture and a single one hour seminar.

  • Central objectives:

  • to identify and explain national differences in industrial relations practices;

  • to examine the development of industrial relations practices that originate at the level of the European Union.

  • Covers: Britain, Germany, Sweden, France and Hungary.

  • Assessment: a single essay of 4,000 words delivered in late March.


Final year human resource management bman32001 isabel tavora jill rubery

Final yearHuman Resource Management BMAN32001Isabel Tavora & Jill Rubery

  • 20 credits

  • Different facets of Human Resource Management

    • Best practice and high commitment HRM

    • Best fit and resource-based view

    • Employee voice

    • HRM in service work, knowledge work

    • Work-life balance, equal opportunities and diversity management

  • Essay - end of semester 1 (50% of mark).

  • Exam - end of semester 2 (50% of mark).

  • 1.5 hour lecture each week; 1 hour seminar per two weeks


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