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SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES

SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,


REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

COLLEGE DIVISION
First Semester, AY 2016 2017

COURSE CODE : BAIHRM1


COURSE TITLE : International Human Resource Management
NUMBER OF UNIT: 3
PREREQUISITE : none

I. COURSE DESCRIPTION (Lifted from CMO)

The course is designed in response to the increasing internationalization and workforce diversity of organizations. The course focuses on
managing human resources in organizations that operate across national borders and the cross cultural issues of people management. It is a
customized program for those who desire to develop careers in HRM at a strategic and international level within organizations operating in the
international environment.

II. PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES AND TARGETS (Core competencies of tourism graduates constant to all syllabus)

1. Demonstrate the ability to develop and implement SMART programs and activities related to the management of an organization's human
resources
2. Demonstrate ability to use various analytical tools and technology to identify problems and issues related to Human Resource
Management.
3. Demonstrate the use of proper decision tools to critically and analytically solve problems
4. Develop the students for a career in Human Resource Management in the various sectors of business and industry.
5. Use information and communication technology effectively and efficiently
6. Develop the ability to work well with others
SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

III. LEARNING OUTCOMES (Just pick out the program goals and learning outcomes applicable to the subject to be taught)

At the end of the semester, the students are expected to:


Program Goals Learning Outcomes Mission Deployment (Specified 5Cs, Positive
Learning Environment, Empirical Research
Orientation, Innovative and Relevant Curriculum
and Instruction, Updated Technological
Applications)

A1. Possess a common set of core and specific Adhering to principles and standards in ones day-to-day life
A. Demonstrate the ability to develop competencies developed from the general and in the practice of ones profession (Character/ Ethics)
and education and subjects. Practice the necessary analytical, conceptual and functional
implement SMART programs and skills for developing successful business strategies.
A2. Evaluate the legal, social, and economic Employ creative strategies to solve problems and improve
activities
environments of business from the human resource delivery of products and services. (Creativity/
related to the management of an management perspective
organization's human resources Innovativeness)
A3. Perform SMART planning and strategy
development

B. Demonstrate ability to use various Adhering to principles and standards in ones day-to-day life
analytical B1. Possess demonstrable understanding of and in the practice of ones profession (Character/ Ethics)
tools and technology to identify the importance of the various analytical tools Doing the right things right. (Competence/Character)
problems and and technology in effective management of Possesses a sense of responsibility, self-esteem, sociability,
the human resource component of self-management, integrity and honesty. (Character)
issues related to Human Resource
organizations
Management
B4. Demonstrate the use of analytical tools
and technology to gather data and
information regarding the business
SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

environment..

B5. Gain an operational understanding of the


business environment through the analysis of
data gathered through the various analytical
tools and technology

C1. Demonstrate use of techniques that are Manifest professional ethical standards in all areas of
applied in the process of arriving at proper management. (Character)
decisions and solutions regarding problems in Practice the necessary analytical, conceptual and functional
human resource management. skills for developing successful business strategies.
Employ creative strategies to solve problems and improve
C. Demonstrate the use of proper C2. Be able to be Familiar with the laws and delivery of products and services. (Creativity/
decision tools ethical principles that affect human resource Innovativeness)
to critically and analytically solve management concerns of an organization.
problems
C3. Understand and assess information from a
range of sources to improve efficiency in the
human resource management activities and
concerns of organizations.

D. Develop the students for a career in D1. Formulate strategic and action plans Generate out of the box ideas on how to improve tourist
Human expected in managerial positions. destinations aligned with the culture of a location.
Resource Management (Creativity)
D2. Practice the necessary analytical, Overcoming adversities and working out blocks to achieve
conceptual and functional skills for developing goals and objectives (Commitment to Achieve/ Results
successful strategic plans to contribute to the Orientation)
revenue of an organization. Recognize, generate, and enhance new ideas.
Have an open mind towards new and different approaches.
D3. Design a feasibility study related that
(Creativity/ Cognitive Flexibility)
integrates the technical, legal, marketing, and
Job readiness of the graduates. Competencies are matched
financial aspects of developing an enterprise.
with the competency standards required by of the industry
D4. Acquire the necessary analytical, based on the job positions that the graduates will eventually
occupy upon graduation.
SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

conceptual and functional skills for developing


successful business strategies.

E1. Exhibit proficiency in oral and written Understand, tolerate, accept and appreciate individual and
communication skills. cultural differences.
Relating with difficulty personalities.(Collaboration/
E. Use information and communication E2. Demonstrate skill in the proper use of Adaptability)
communication technology related to An open mind towards new and different approaches.
technology effectively and
business (Creativity/ Cognitive Flexibility)
efficiently
Practice the necessary analytical, conceptual and functional
E3. Be able to use information and
skills for developing successful business strategies.
communication technology in the
Job readiness of the graduates. Competencies are matched
development of materials that would be
applicable to the proper management of with the competency standards required by of the industry
business enterprises.. based on the job positions that the graduates will eventually
occupy upon graduation.
E4 Possess the technical skills and
competencies in the use of computer
applications

E5 Apply appropriate tools and techniques on


Information and communications technology
in research, assignments, presentations and
simulation activities.

F1.Exhibit leadership, supervisory, and human Conduct oneself with professional and ethical dignity.
relation skills. (Character)
F. Develop the ability to work well with others Show positive interaction with team members to contribute
F2. Be able to understand the various to a productive group efforts and projects.
principles of interpersonal behavior and apply Demonstrate spirit of teamwork and professionalism to
them to create an effective working achieve effective harmonious relationships.
environment..
SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
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F3. Apply knowledge of management skills

IV. TEACHING-LEARNING OUTCOMES

Progra Learning OB Teaching-


Week m Goals Outcome Intended Learning Outcomes CONTENT Learning Expected Remarks
s Activities Outputs
1 A A1, A2, Explain what international human Definition of human resource Lecture and Group case study
A3 resource management is and management discussion of discussion and
how it relates to the chapter presentation
management process Importance of human resource highlights and
management to managers summary
Show Examples why human
resource management is Line and staff aspect of human
important to all managers resource management

Illustrate the human resource Human resource managers


responsibilities of line and staff duties
human resource managers
New approaches to human
resources

Globalization and competition


trends
SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

Progra Learning OB Teaching-


Week m Goals Outcome Intended Learning Outcomes CONTENT Learning Expected Remarks
s Activities Outputs
2 A A1, A2, Explain why strategic planning is Strategic planning Lecture and Group case study
A3 important to all managers discussion of discussion and
Fundamentals of management chapter presentation
Outline the basic steps in the planning highlights and
management planning process summary
High performance human
List the main contents of a resource policies and practices
business plan

Do a simple SWOT analysis of a


company or an institution

Explain with examples why metrics


are essential for identifying and
creating high performance
human resource policies and
practices

3 B B1, B4 Discuss the nature of job analysis Job analysis Lecture and Group case study
discussion of discussion and
Use at least three methods of Job specification and job chapter presentation
collecting job analysis description highlights and
information, including interviews, summary
questionnaires and observation Methods of collecting job
analysis information
Write job descriptions, including
summaries and job functions,
using the Internet and traditional
methods
SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

Progra Learning OB Teaching-


Week m Goals Outcome Intended Learning Outcomes CONTENT Learning Expected Remarks
s Activities Outputs
Write a job specification
4-5 C C1, C2 List the steps in the recruitment Recruitment and selection Lecture and Group case study
and selection process process discussion of discussion and
chapter presentation
Explain the main techniques used Difference between recruitment highlights and
in employment planning and and hiring summary
processing
Difference between internal and
Explain and give examples for the external sources of candidates
need for effective recruiting for hiring

Name and describe the main Developing application forms


internal sources of candidates
Managing a diverse workforce
List and discuss the main outside
sources of candidates

Develop a help wanted


advertisement

Explain how to recruit a more


diverse workforce
6 PRELIM WEEK
7 C C1, C3 Explain what is meant by reliability Reliability and validity Lecture and Group case study
and validity discussion of discussion and
Guidelines for validating tests chapter presentation
Explain how you would go about highlights and
validating a test Ethical and legal considerations summary
in test validation
Cite and illustrate testing guides
SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

Progra Learning OB Teaching-


Week m Goals Outcome Intended Learning Outcomes CONTENT Learning Expected Remarks
s Activities Outputs
Background investigations
Give examples of the ethical and
legal considerations in testing

List some tests you could use for


employee selection and how you
would use them

Explain the importance of making


background investigations
8 C C1, C2 List the main types of selection Sample interview questions Lecture and Group case study
interviews discussion of discussion and
Types of selection interviews chapter presentation
List and explain the main errors highlights and
that can undermine an Structured interview summary
interviews usefulness

Define a structured situational


interview

Explain and illustrate each


guideline for being an effective
interviewer

Give several examples of


situational questions, behavioral
questions, and background
questions that provide structure

List the guidelines for interviews


SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

Progra Learning OB Teaching-


Week m Goals Outcome Intended Learning Outcomes CONTENT Learning Expected Remarks
s Activities Outputs
9 C C1, C2 State the importance of employee Employee orientation Lecture and Group case study
orientation discussion of discussion and
Employee training chapter presentation
List and explain the steps in the highlights and
employee training Training requirements summary

Discuss how to motivate trainees Management development


porograms
Describe and illustrate how you
would identify training
requirements

Explain how to distinguish between


problems you can fix with
training and those you cant

List and discuss the steps involved


in management development
programs
10 C C1, C3 Define performance management Distinction between Lecture and Group case study
and discuss how it differs from performance management and discussion of discussion and
performance appraisal performance appraisal chapter presentation
highlights and
Set effective performance Performance appraisal standards summary
appraisal standards
Performance appraisal process
Describe the appraisal process
Pros and cons of using different
Develop, evaluate, and administer rates to appraise a persons
at least three performance performance
SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

Progra Learning OB Teaching-


Week m Goals Outcome Intended Learning Outcomes CONTENT Learning Expected Remarks
s Activities Outputs
appraisal tools

Explain and illustrate the problems


to avoid in appraising
performance
11 D D1 Compare and contrast coaching Coaching and mentoring Lecture and Group case study
and mentoring and describe the discussion of discussion and
importance of each Career planning chapter presentation
highlights and
Compare employers traditional Promotions summary
and career-planning oriented
human resource focus

Explain the employees, managers


and employers career
development roles

Describe the issues to consider in


making promotion decisions
12 MIDTERM WEEK
13 C C1, C3 List the basic factors that Pay rate determination Lecture and Group case study
determine pay rates discussion of discussion and
Price of managerial and chapter presentation
Define and give an example of how professional jobs highlights and
to conduct a job evaluation summary
Competency-based and
Explain how to establish pay rates traditional pay plans

Explain how to price managerial


and professional jobs
SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

Progra Learning OB Teaching-


Week m Goals Outcome Intended Learning Outcomes CONTENT Learning Expected Remarks
s Activities Outputs
14 C C1, C3 Explain how you would apply the Incentive plans Lecture and Group case study
motivational theories in discussion of discussion and
formulating an incentive plan Employee motivation chapter presentation
highlights and
Discuss the main incentives for Incentives for salespeople summary
individual employees
Incentives for managers and
Discuss the pros and cons of executives
commissions versus straight pay
incentives for salespeople Organization wide variable pay
plans
Describe the incentives for
managers and executives
15 C C1, C3 Name and define each of the main Employee benefits Lecture and Group case study
pay for time not worked benefits discussion of discussion and
chapter presentation
Describe the issue of insurance highlights and
benefit summary

Discuss the retirement benefits

Outline the employees services


benefits
16 F F1, F2, F3 Explain what is meant by ethical Ethical behavior at work Lecture and Group case study
work behavior discussion of discussion and
Professional ethics chapter presentation
Discuss important factors that highlights and
shape ethical behavior at work summary

Describe some specific ways in


SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

Progra Learning OB Teaching-


Week m Goals Outcome Intended Learning Outcomes CONTENT Learning Expected Remarks
s Activities Outputs
which the human resource
management department can
influence ethical behavior at
work
17 A, B, C A1, B1, Present the group project Assessment brief OBE presentation
C1
FINALS
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V. COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Individual and group discussions/case studies


Group Activities/Presentations
Class exercises: seatworks, quizzes
Projects
Major examinations

VI. GRADING SYSTEM


Summative Assessment:
Major Examinations 40%
Project/Research 20%

Formative Assessment: 40%


Quizzes
Group Work
Assignments
Recitation
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SISC/QSF-OCD-007 1281 Tropical Avenue corner Luxembourg Street,
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100%

Averaging: Prelim Grade + Midterm Grade + Final Grade = FINAL RATING


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VII. REFERENCES

BOOKS:

Aswathapp, K (2013). International human resource management. McGraw Hill: New Delhi, India
Cascio, Wayne F (2013). Managing human resources. McGraw Hill: New York
Dessler, Gary (2011). Human resource management. Pearson: Boston
Kramar, Robin (2012). Human resource management in a global context: a critical approach. Palgrave Macmillan: New York
Lucio, Miguel (2014). International human resource management. Sage Publications, Asia Pcific Ltd: Singapore

SUGGESTED WEBSITES:

Briscoe, Dennis et al (2012). International Human Resource Management. Policies and Practices for Multinational Enterprises 4 th ed. Routledge:
New York. http://samples.sainsburysebooks.co.uk/9781136720314_sample_826513.pdf Retrieved on June 27, 2016

Journals:
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REV.005 6/5/14 BF International, Las Pias City
COLLEGE DIVISION

Ignatius, Joe Sanjay (June 2014). Internet Usage from a generational perspective. Philippine Journal of psychology pages 73 92 Vol 47 No. 1.
Psychological Association of the Philippines: Diliman, Quezon City
Heimer, Lucinda (2015). Preparing Teachers of Young Children. Journal of Early Childhood Education Vol. 36 No. 4. National Association of
Childhood Educators: Philadelphia, PA

Prepared by: Checked by: Reviewed by: Approved by:

Mr. Armando C. Mendoza Jr. Miss Concepcion Aguinaldo Dr. Vic Manabat Ms. Marjorie G. Tangog
Instructor Chairperson, College of Business Dean, College of Business VPAR
Education and Tourism Education and Tourism