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Human Resource Management in Physical Education and Sport. March 03, 2005 Grant Kendell Shawn O’Brien Jason Wilkinson. Human Resource Management Presentation Objectives. Three Objectives: Defining Human Resource Management Importance of Understanding Discrimination

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  1. Human Resource Management in Physical Education and Sport March 03, 2005 Grant Kendell Shawn O’Brien Jason Wilkinson

  2. Human Resource Management Presentation Objectives Three Objectives: • Defining Human Resource Management • Importance of Understanding Discrimination • The Six Stages to Attaining new HR

  3. Definitions· Discrimination · Recruitment · Screening · Hiring · Training ·Retaining “…the process of accomplishing organizational objectives by finding, acquiring, developing, and keeping the right people to form a qualified workforce.” Bucher & Krotee (2002).

  4. Definitions· Discrimination · Recruitment · Screening · Hiring · Training ·Retaining “The function primarily concerned with the utilization and development of Human Resources in a particular company or organization. It involves the planning of human resource needs, staffing, training, and compensation.” Schiwind et al. (1993).

  5. Definitions∙Discrimination∙ Recruitment ∙ Screening ∙ Hiring ∙ Training ∙Retaining Questions on HRM?

  6. Definition∙Discrimination∙ Recruitment ∙ Screening ∙ Hiring ∙ Training ∙ Retaining Discrimination has many faces • “…unequal treatment of persons, whether in hiring promoting, or discharging on the basis of some characteristic or trait not related to direct job performance.” • Dolan & Schuler (1987)

  7. Definition∙Discrimination∙ Recruitment ∙ Screening ∙ Hiring ∙ Training ∙ Retaining • “…a showing of partiality or prejudice in treatment, specific action or policies directed against the welfare of minority groups.” • Bucher & Krotee (2002). • Direct versus Indirect • Schwind et al. (1995).

  8. Definition∙Discrimination∙ Recruitment ∙ Screening ∙ Hiring ∙ Training ∙ Retaining How can we identify discrimination? Canadian Human Rights Act: • Race or Color • Nationality or Ethnicity • Religion • Age • Sex • Marital Status • Persons with Disability • Dolan (1987) Questions on discrimination?

  9. Definition∙Discrimination∙Recruitment∙ Screening ∙ Hiring ∙ Training ∙ Recruitment “One of the most important considerations in human resource management is recruiting, selection, and hiring the most qualified personal.” Bucher & Krotee, (2002)

  10. Definition∙Discrimination∙Recruitment∙ Screening ∙ Hiring ∙ Training ∙ Retaining “…the process of locating, identifying and attracting applicants capable of and interested in filling job vacancies.” • Slack, (1997)

  11. Definition∙Discrimination∙Recruitment∙ Screening ∙ Hiring ∙ Training ∙ Retaining 6 Stages to attain new Human Resources: • Consider the needs of the position and the organization (job analysis & job description) • Build an applicant pool (Recruiting) • Evaluate the applicants (Screening) • Make a selection • Hire and train • Retaining

  12. Definition∙Discrimination∙Recruitment∙ Screening ∙ Hiring ∙ Training ∙ Retaining Assure Getting Who You Want: Stage 1: Is There a Need? • Job Analysis • Job Description Stage 2: The Recruiting Process • Notices of Position Vacancy • File Resumes • Develop an Applicant Pool

  13. Class Activity: The objective of this activity is to develop an understanding of the job description using the information discussed in class. • Dr Alex Care, an Associate Professor for HKIN in retiring at the end of the year…Therefore, a new HKIN 400 professor must be hired. • Get into groups (every 2 rows) and draft a job description that HKIN can use in order to recruit new candidates. • For example: • Education • Experience • Etc… • We encourage creativity

  14. Class Activity: Create a Job Description • Curriculum Vitae: University of Alberta, Edmonton B.P.E. Physical Education 1962; University of Alberta, Edmonton M.A. Motor Learning 1969; University of Oregon, Eugene Ph.D. Motor Behavior/Admin 1972 • Specialization:Physical Education –  Instructional and Coaching Effectiveness, Teacher Education, Program Development, Implementation and Evaluation.

  15. Definition∙Discrimination∙ Recruitment ∙Screening∙ Hiring ∙ Training ∙ Retaining Stage 3: Steps in screening • Review files • Narrow down to 3 to 5 candidates • Interview • Final decision after reevaluation of candidates

  16. Definition · Discrimination · Recruitment · Screening · Hiring · Training ∙ Retaining Stage 4: Important Steps when Hiring • Grace period • Final negotiations • Signing Contracts • Orientation

  17. Definition · Discrimination · Recruitment · Screening · Hiring ·Training ∙ Retaining Stage 5: Training and Staff Development for the Long Term • Work Shops • Holding Retreats • Develop a resource Library • Specialized Staff Meetings • In House Training • Conferences

  18. Definition · Discrimination · Recruitment · Screening · Hiring · Training Retaining Stage 6: Retaining Your Human Resources • Make Job Motivating • Give Feedback • Manage Your Top Performers • Give Perks • Reinforce “Team Spirit”

  19. Summary of Three Objectives • What is Human Resource Management? • Importance of Discrimination • Six Steps to Attaining New HR. • Job Analysis and Description • Recruitment • Need for Screening and Selection • The Hiring Process • Training and Retraining

  20. References Bucher, C. & Krotee, M. (2002). Management of Physical Education and Sport 12th edition. McGraw Hill. New York NY. Dolan, S., & Schuler, R. (1987). Personnel and Human Resource Management in Canada. West Publishing Company. St Paul. Parkhouse, B. (1991). The Management of Sport: Its Foundation and Application. Mosby Year Book. St.Louis. Railey, J., & Railey, P. (1993). Managing Physical Education, Fitness, and Sport Programs. 2nd Edition. Mayfield Publishing Company. Mountain View, California. Schiwnd, H., Das, H., Wether, W., Davis, K., (1995). Canadian Human Resource Management: 4th Edition. McGraw Hill Ryerson Limited. Canada. Slack, T. (1997). Understanding Sport Organizations: The Application of Organization Theory. Human Kinetics Publishing. Champaign, Il. Pictures found at: http://www.kimlyons.com/photogallery.htmlhttp://www.collectionscanada.ca/olympians/index-e.html

  21. Class Activity: The objective of this activity is to understand the factors and implications involved when hiring certain individuals. • You are a manager for highly successful local privately owned fitness center. • Due to high demand, you have decided to hire a new personal trainer (PFLC) to complement your staff. • After screening applicants you have narrowed it down to two prospective employees (Chad and Bambi). • Each applicant scored equally well on their application and interview. • In the groups that you were in earlier decide on who you would hire, and why? • One person in each group will be responsible to discuss reasoning to the class.

  22. Chad De Sousa Bambi Winters