Developing Human Resources

PADM-GP.2135, 3 points.

Semester: Spring, Fall


Designed for public and non-profit managers rather than human resource professionals, this course gives a broad overview of HR dynamics and responsibilities. It will cover basic HR functions such as recruitment, career development, performance appraisal and rewards, providing feedback and job design. It will also explore current issues within HR management, which could include diversity and identity at work, the role of unions, or other topics. The course will include practical application through case discussions and reflection on students? work experiences. While it will focus on values-based organizations, it will compare HR practices in the public, non-profit and for-profit sectors.



Semester Instructor Syllabus Link
Spring 2016Erica Gabrielle FoldySyllabus
Spring 2016Katrina JonesSyllabus
Spring 2015Trena DraytonSyllabus
Fall 2014Robin PostelSyllabus
Fall 2013Amy SommerSyllabus
Spring 2014Trena DraytonSyllabus
Spring 2014Erica Gabrielle FoldySyllabus
Spring 2013Erica Gabrielle FoldySyllabus
Fall 2012Amy SommerSyllabus
Spring 2012Linda GaalSyllabus
Fall 2011Amy SommerSyllabus
Spring 2011TerryLynn SmithSyllabus
Spring 2010Erica Gabrielle FoldySyllabus
Spring 2010TerryLynn SmithSyllabus
Fall 2009TerryLynn SmithSyllabus
Spring 2009Syllabus
Semester Instructor Evaluation Link
Fall 2015Peter VincentEvaluation
Spring 2015Erica FoldyEvaluation
Spring 2015Trena DraytonEvaluation
Fall 2014Robin PostelEvaluation
Spring 2014Erica FoldyEvaluation
Spring 2014Trena DraytonEvaluation
Fall 2013Amy SommerEvaluation
Spring 2013Linda GaalEvaluation
Spring 2013Erica Gabrielle FoldyEvaluation
Spring 2012Gaal, LindaEvaluation
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Vincent, Peter

Weekly Schedule:
Tue - 4:55 pm to 6:35 pm

Session Dates:
09/06/2016 to 12/16/2016

Bldg:TISC Room:LC9