Course Information

MG6223 Staffing Systems in Organizations

Credits: 3.00

Description:
Examination of the design and management of successful staffing practices used to build, deploy and retain a quality workforce in order to achieve organizational effectiveness and individual job satisfaction. Topics include staffing strategy; human resource planning and workforce diversity; job analysis; recruitment; hiring methods; the reliability and validity of employee assessment methods; and retention management. Psychological theories of personnel assessment are reviewed. Legal issues pertaining to staffing practices are integrated.

Co-requisite: MG6123 or instructor's permission and Graduate Standing