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The premier universityin
CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY
Cavite State University shall provide
historic Cavite recognized for excellent, equitable and relevant educational
excellence in the development Don Severino de las Alas Campus opportunities in the arts, science and
of globally competitive and Indang, Cavite technology through quality instruction and
morally upright individuals. relevant research and development activities.
It shall produce professional, skilled and
morally upright individuals for global
competitiveness.

OFFICE OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL AND OPEN LEARNING C

Students are expected to live by and stand for the following University tenets:

TRUTH is demonstrated by the student’s objectivity and honesty during examinations, class activities and in the development of
projects.

Core EXCELLENCE is exhibited by the students’ self-confidence, punctuality, diligence and commitment in the assigned tasks, class
Values performance and other course requirements.

SERVICE is manifested by the students’ respect, rapport, fairness and cooperation in dealing with their peers and members of the
community.
In addition, they should exhibit love and respect for nature and support for the cause of humanity.

To produce morally upright and globally competitive professionals in the fields of economics, management, development and
Goals of the international studies, and accountancy.
College
To provide opportunities that support multi-disciplinary and gender responsive research, development and extension programs and
projects.

Objectives
of the To produce morally upright and globally competitive professionals in the areas of business and public administration.
Department

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Program Educational Objectives(based on the program CMO)
1. Program aims to develop business competencies necessary to design and implement strategies to improve overall organization
results.
2. Program seeks to expands competencies in problem analysis and resolution, team management, performance management,
communication and interpersonal skills and project management.
3. Program strives to equip the students with the necessary knowledge, theoretical as well as practical, which can benefit them
tremendously in managerial and administrative jobs.

COURSE SYLLABUS
FirstSemester, AY 2019-2020

Course Course HUMAN RESOURCE Lecture _3_


MNGT 204 Type Credit Units 3 units
Code Title MANAGEMENT Laboratory: none
Course
Basic concepts, theories, and practices in managing human resource in business enterprise.
Description
Pre- Lecture: Saturday 2PM-5PM
None Course Schedule
requisites Laboratory: ______________________________
Student Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives
Program Educational Objectives
Program/Student Outcomes (based on the program CMO)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
The students should:
a.
Assess business environment and industry structure using differential √
conceptual framework
b. Formulate and execute strategic direction and action plan. √ √ √
c.
Analyze, recommend and justify courses of action or possible solutions to an √ √
existing challenges or issues.
d. Demonstrate Managerial and leadership skills. √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √
e. Keep abreast with economic trends and issues. √ √
f. Identify and develop new ideas, process and systems for a business entity. √ √ √
g. Understand and integrate technology in any business model. √ √ √ √
Course Outcomes and Relationship to Student Outcomes
Program Outcomes Addressed by the Course Program Outcomes Code
After completing this course, the students must be able to: a b c d e f g
1. Define and understand the basic concepts of human resource

management;
2. Evaluate the effects of the human resource management on

the firm, consumers and society;

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3. Develop a thorough understanding of the human resource and
√ √
their potentials;
4. Acquire competency in managing the human resources of an

organization.
5. Identify the purposes and uses a/of human resource
technology. √ √ √

*Level : I-Introductory E- Enabling D-Demonstrative


COURSE COVERAGE
No. of Outcomes-
Hours Intended Learning Teaching and Learning Activities Resources based
Topic
La Outcomes (ILO) (TLA) Needed Assessment
Lec
b (OBA)
After the completion of I. Introduction and
the chapter, students Overview Student
should A. University Mission, Lecture, Discussion and Open Handbook,
1. University mission, Vision, Goals, objectives Forum GAD resource
vision, goals, and tenets center slide
3 objectives and tenets; B. Basic Concepts on presentation
2. Basic concepts on Gender and
gender; and Development
3. College goals and C. College goals and
objectives Objectives
4. Course policies and D. Course Policies and
guidelines Guidelines
II. The Human Resource Slide Case analysis
Discuss the different Environment Lecture, interactive discussion and presentation,
3 changing perspective group sessions LCD projector,
of human resource Strategic HRM guide
management The Legal Environment questions and
laptop
Acquisition of Human Resources
Discuss the importance III. Job Analysis (#1) Lecture, interactive discussions, Group report Case analysis,
and methods used in Importance of job analysis group reporting output
3 job analysis Definition of Different Job presentation, Prepare and
Terms MARGOT JEANNE LAM LCD projector, submit a Job
Specific Information ROWELYN MARTONITO guide specifications
provided by Job Analysis questions and and job

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Uses of Job Analysis laptop description for a
Information chosen position
Methods used in Job
Analysis
Writing the job description
New Jobs and Hot Jobs for
the 21st Century Writing the
Job Specifications.
Develop an applicant IV. Recruitment of Lecture, interactive discussion, Group report Develop and
pool using either Employees (#2) multimedia instruction, group output effective
internal or external Recruitment on the internet sessions presentation, recruitment plan
recruiting Tips to applicants to avoid LCD projector, of their
3
illegal Recruitment SUZANNE PEJI guide organization
Process/Recruitment Plan DANICA KRISEL MOJICA questions and
Sources of Applicants laptop.
Writing a Resume

Understand the V. Selection of Lecture, interactive discussion, Group report Case Analysis
importance of employees (#3) multimedia instruction, group output
employee selection Why Selection Process is sessions. presentation,
3
and process important LCD projector,
Selection process guide
EMERSON LASCANO
questions and
laptop
Development of
Human Resources
VI. Employee Lecture, interactive discussion, Group report Case Analysis
Identify the different Development (#4) multimedia instruction, group output Group output
training methods and Employee Orientation sessions. presentations, (design a
process to develop Use of Training to deal with LCD projector, training
human resources Competitive Challenges LISBETH DAVID guide program based
3
The Training Process questions and on the major
Outsourcing the training of MA LOVELLA PAROT laptop concern in their
Employees organization
Training methods that needs to
Distance Learning or E- develop human
learning in the Philippines resources)
3 Understands the Most VII. Performance Lecture, interactive discussion, Group report Case Analysis

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important activities of Review and multimedia instruction, group output
an HR manager in Appraisal (#5) sessions presentation,
maintaining and Why measure performance LCD projector,
enhancing the Early Approaches to guide
workforce Performance Appraisal ISHA CRUSEM questions and
Objectives of Performance LYNNE CHERIE VILLANIA laptop
Appraisal
Performance Criteria
Performance appraisal
methods
Feedback
VIII. Employee Lecture, interactive discussion, Group report Case Analysis
Separation and multimedia instruction, group output
Retention (#6) sessions presentation,
Governing Laws LCD projector,
Regarding separation from guide
the service Termination by ROY VICTORIA questions and
6 employer (Dismissal) REX MANAHAN laptop
Closure of Establishment
and reduction of
Personnel/Layoffs
Termination by employee
(Resignation)
Retirement
Types of Employment
Maintenance and Rewarding
of Employees
Discuss how to establish IX. Compensation Lecture, interactive discussion, Group report Case Analysis
a structure of the Human Resource multimedia instruction, group output
equitable compensation (#7) sessions presentation,
of employees depending Objectives of Compensation LCD projector,
3 on their jobs and their Main Components of FLORITA DE GUZMAN guide
level of performance in Compensation questions and
their job. Determining Pay rates laptop
Job evaluation methods
Different forms of
Compensation.
3 Identify the different X. Employee Benefits Lecture, interactive discussion, Group report Case Analysis

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employee benefits and and Services (#8) multimedia instruction, group output Group output
services Tax advantages of Benefits sessions presentation, (design an
Nontaxable Benefits under LCD projector, employee
the code Classification of guide benefit
MEL MARIE HERNANDO
Employee Benefits and questions and packages
services REJEAN PALMA laptop based on the
Recognizing Contribution major need in
with pay their
organization of
their human
resources)
6 Company
Interview and
RESEARCH DAY Paper
preparation for
presentation
3 MIDTERM EXAMINATION Rated rubrics
Output
presentation of
the Company
Interview
(Narrative
Report)
Special Topics in Human
Resource Management
3 Identify the Importance XI. Employee Lecture, interactive discussion, Group report Demonstration
of Labor Relations and Relations and multimedia instruction, group output on how to deal
how to prevent and Employee sessions presentation, with problem
discipline employees. Discipline (#9) LCD projector, employee
Importance of Labor guide
MA. FATIMA LUZVIMINDA ANGELES
Relations questions and
Prevention of Employee OLYMPIA CALINGASAN laptop
Misconduct
Categories of
Difficult/Problem employees
Discipline or Infraction
Cases
Addressing employee

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Conduct problems
Approaches to Discipline
Elements of Disciplinary
Program

3 XII. Employee Morale Lecture, interactive discussion, Group report Case Analysis
and Motivation multimedia instruction, group output
Morale and Job Satisfaction sessions presentation,
Basic Factors Influencing LCD projector,
Employee guide
Morale Motivation for ZHANG WEN QIAN (Susan) questions and
Performance laptop
Factors Influencing
Motivation
Two major approaches to
Work Motivation

3 XIII. Health and Safety


in the Workplace
Promoting Employee’s
Health and Safety
Reasonable Working
conditions
Causes of work-related
accidents and illnesses
Occupational Diseases
Costs of Accidents
Occupational Safety and
Health Center

3 Final Examination Examination

54
hours

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Mid-Term Examination/Paper presentation, Final Examination, Recitations, Class Reporting, Assignments/case analysis, Group Project (Term
Paper), and Class Attendance

GRADING SYSTEM
STANDARD TRANSMUTATION TABLE FOR ALL COURSES

96.7 – 100.0 1.00


93.4 – 96.6 1.25 INC- Passed the course but lack some requirements.
90.1 - 93.301.50
86.7 – 90.0 1.75 Dropped- If unexcused absence is at least 20% of the Total Class Hours.
83.4 – 86.62.00
80.1 – 83.32.25 Total Class Hours/Semester: (3 unit Lec – 54 hrs)
76.7 – 80.02.50
73.4 – 76.62.75
70.00 – 73.33.00- Undergraduate Students
50.0-69.9 4.00
Below 505.00

CLASS POLICIES
A. Attendance
Students are not allowed to have 20% or more unexcused absences of the total class hours; otherwise, they will be graded as “DROPPED”.

B. Classroom Decorum
Students are required to:
1. wear identification cards;
2. turn off or put in silent mode cellular phones during class hours;
3. maintain the cleanliness of the classroom before and after classes;
4. avoid unnecessary noise that might disturb other classes;
5. practice good manners and right conduct at all times;
6. practice gender sensitivity and awareness inside the classroom; and
7. come to class on time.

C. Examination/ Evaluation
1. Mid-term and Final Examinations are scheduled.

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2. Cheating is strictly prohibited.A student who is caught cheating will be given a score of ”0” for the first offense. For the second offense,
the student will be automatically given a failing grade in the subject.
3. Students who will miss a mid-term or final examination may be excused and allowed to take a special exam for any of the following
reasons:
a. due to illness or death in the family; and
b. due to force majeure or natural calamities.

REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTARY READINGS


References:
Itika, J.S. *2015). Fundamentals of Human Resource Management. African Public Administration and Management Series, vol. 2
Corpus, J.R. (2013). Human resource Management, Rex Book Store ISBN 978-972=23-6262-0
Moralita, N.K. (2017). Compensation and Benefits of Employees in Rolly Trucking Services. Cavite State University. Undergraduate
Thesis.
Gubaton, K., Taglinao, R.M., (2017), Human Resource Outsourcing and Organizational Performance in Selected Electronics
Companies in Cavite State University. Undergraduate Thesis.
Maximiano, J.M.B. (2006). Managing Human Resource in the 21st Century. Manila: Rex Book Store.
Ivancevich, J.M. (2007). Human Resource Management. Boston. Mc-Graw Hill Irwin.
DeCenzo, D.A., Robbins, S.P. &Verhulst, S.L. PHR (2013). Human Resource Management. International Student Version. John
Wiley & Sons, Inc., Singapore Pte. Ltd., 11th Edition
Cascio, W.F. (2013). Managing Human Resources: Productivity, Quality of Work Life, Profits: Mc-GrawHill Education, 2 Penn Plaza,
NY, 10th

REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Date of Revision Date of Implementation Highlights of Revision
Number
1 August 15, 2018 August 16, 2018 Updating the references, TLA and
OBA
2 August 23, 2019 August 24, 2019 Updating of TLA and References

Prepared by: Evaluated by: Approved:

CRISTINA M. SIGNO MA. AGNES. NUESTRO, PhD


Professor Department Chairperson Dean, OGS-OLC
cristina_signo@yahoo.com Department of Management Date Approved:
Consultation Hours: Tuesday 3PM- E-mail Address:_______________________ ________________________
5PM Date Evaluated:_________________________
Date Prepared: August 23, 2019

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