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Human Resources Management

Code 13992
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload TP(60H)
Scientific area Management
Entry requirements .
Mode of delivery classroom teaching.
Learning outcomes Present and consolidate the strategic dimension of human resources management. Allow learning of motivational processes and organizational culture. The student must develop and implement motivation plans, identifying and respecting the individual, group, cultural, and leadership constraints. Identify the characteristics of the human resources management (to attract, maintain and develop human capital). To identify and apply the most relevant methodologies to attract the necessary human capital (recruitment and selection), to maintain it (rewards and evolution in human resources management) and to implement them in a way that represents an added value to the organization (career development) and develop it (training). Apply control methodologies, namely the social report, and calculation of the most relevant indicators: absenteeism and turnover.
1.1- Concept and objectives of human resources management.
1.2- Evolution: hard model and soft model, and human resources management as a shared function.
1.3- Classic perspective, strategic human resources management and sustainable human resources management.
1.4- Information technologies in human resources management
2.1- Organization of human resources department in the organization.
2.2- Time management.
2.3- Wage management.
2.4- Health and safety at work.
3.1- Human resources planning
3.2- Recruitment and Selection
3.3- Analysis, description and evaluation of functions
3.4- Planning and careers management
3.5- Performance evaluation
3.6- Training and development.
3.7- Compensation and benefits.
4.1- Absenteeism.
4.2- Turnover.
4.3- Social balance.
Main Bibliography BANCALEIRO, J. (2003) - "Estórias vividas", EditoraRH, Lisboa.
BUSTO M.M.(2011)- "Processamento de salários", QuidJuris, Lisboa.
BREWSTER, C, e HEGEWISCH A. (2017) “Policy and Practice in European Human Resource Management”, Routledge, London.
CAMARA, P.B., GUERRA, P.B. e RODRIGUES, J.V. (2013) – “Humanator XXI”, Publicações D. Quixote, Lisboa.
CUNHA, M.P., REGO, A., CUNHA, R.C., CARDOSO, C.C., MARQUES, C.A. e GOMES, J.F.S. (2015) – “Manual de Gestão de Pessoas e do Capital Humano”, Sílabo, Lisboa.
DONNELY, H.D., GIBSON, J.L., IVANCEVIC, J.M.(2000) - "Administração, princípios de gestão empresarial" (10º Ed.), McGraw-Hill, Lisboa.
EHNERT, I, HARRY, W, ZINK, K. J. (2014) “Sustainability and Human Resource Management: Developing Sustainable Business Organizations”, Springer, London.
PERETTI, J.M.(2010)- “Recursos humanos”, Edições Sílabo, Lisboa.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The classes are theoretical-practical, constituted by a part with theoretical exposition by the teacher with recourse to the Powerpoint; another part with exposure, analysis and discussion of scientific articles or practical cases (previously delivered to students); finally, questions are presented to be solved by the students. The practical cases can also be solved and delivered via email to the teacher.
The forms of evaluation are:
- Two written tests weighing 85% (40% the first and 45% the second).
- Resolution of practical cases and exercises in the classroom, weighing 15%.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2023-03-31

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