The recruitment process as part of the permanent work of company
- Staff resources (external and internal), their advantages and
disadvantages, the choice of sources for a specific job.
- The methods of identifying and matching candidates for a specific job,
form and content of addressing, selection of target groups to address.
- Selection methods, from the job description to a description of the sought
requirements, interview and assessment centers, their demands on the
professionals carrying out the assessment and on the appointee,
advantages and disadvantages.
- A new employee, a review of compliance with requirements and the
reality, employee training, feedback, expectations.
- Motivational elements, procedures in the process of motivation,
motivation as a dynamic process.
- Basic elements of ethics in the process of "staffing".
1. Students will be familiar with labor market phenomenon and policies;2. Students will be able to use microeconomic models to analyze important issues and questions in related areas3. Students will be able to combine economic theory and data and conduct empirical research as well as discussion4. Students will combine knowledge from other disciplines and have a deeper understanding about economic issues and policies
Labor Law and Social Security Law
The course of Labor Law and Social Security Law is a law course that is more practical, which studies comprehensively legal adjustment of labor relations, basic theory and main legal protection of social security in socialist market economy. The course mainly includes: (1) the basic theory of labor law, including adjustment object, historical evolution, basic principle, legal status and system of labor law, and labor law relations, etc.; (2) main content of labor law, including employment, labor contract, collective contract, labor wages, working hours and day off, occupational safety and health, rewards and punishment of worker and trade union, etc.; (3) labor dispute resolution legal mechanism; (4) supervision and inspection of labor law; (5) basic theory of social security law, the institution of social insurance of endowment, unemployment, work injury, medical and maternity insurance, and social aid institution, social welfare institution and social special care institution.
The course promotes the concept of performance management as a continuous process of identifying, measuring and developing the performance of individuals and teams and aligning that performance with the strategic goals of the organisation.
Organizational Behavior in Public and Nonprofit Organizations is the core course in the training of students in public administration and management. This course will teach the following topics: motivation; leadership; decision-making; organizational structure; organizational change and development.
Human Resource Management
The course of Human Resource Management(HRM) is the science of a set of theories, principles and methods of developing ,improving human resources quality, as well as how to use human resource reasonably. It is amajor foundation course that trains students the basic theories, knowledge and abilities related to human resource management. Its main contents include HRM overview,HRM strategy and planning, job analysis, staff recruitment, human resource performance evaluation and assessment, compensation system, employee relations, and etc.
"This is a first class in Corporate Finance. This class involves the answers to three questions. First is the capital budgeting decision, which is about what long term investments should the firm take on. Second is the financing decision, which is about how can cash be raised for the required investment. Lastly, it examines short term finance and concern net working capital and discusses the way the firm manage its day-to-day cash and financial affairs. At the end of this course, students should be able to think analytically about portfolio selection, corporate decision making and asset pricing. These skills can also be used as personal financial decisions."
Organization and Management
This course outlines today's major challenges facing the management profession. The course uses interactive exercises, simulations and problems to develop critical skills in negotiations, teamwork and leadership. Students will be introduced to concepts and tools to analyze work and leadership experiences in optional undergraduate fieldwork projects.
This course will discuss the basic principles of microeconomics, but in a more formal and structured way than the introductory economics does. The topics will include the classical price theory (consumer choice, producer theory and market equilibrium analysis), market failure (externality and public goods), as well as some recent exciting developments in game theory and information economics. While we try as much as possible to demonstrate the beauty and rigor of microeconomic theories, we will apply these analytical tools to the real world and test the validity of their predictions. I will use many real world examples to show the relevance and power of economic thinking. To be sure, the principles we will cover in this course provide the foundation of almost all theories in modern economics.
Human resource strategy and planning
The content of this course is valuable for all managers, no matter in which direction their careers progress. Every manager should have human resources management skills and a basic understanding of employment laws in order to function effectively in today’s economy.
"This course will provide a general philosophy for understanding the frameworks of modern regulations, antitrusts and public businesses. By introducing the core ideas, rationality, and principles of sub-division of economic law, and its specific embeddness of Chinese related arguments and practice.
Political Economics is one of the core courses required by all of the majors in School of Economics. The course contains the analysis of the relationship of production and of the development process of the capitalist economy. The purpose of this course is to allow the students to learn and understand the basic methods and theories of Marxist economics.
Marketing Management is designed to serve as an introduction to the theory and practice of marketing. Students will improve their ability to develop effective marketing strategies and assess market opportunities, as well as design strategy implementation programs. In addition, students will have the opportunity to communicate and defend their recommendations and build upon the recommendations of their peers. We will explore the theory and applications of marketing concepts through a mix of cases, discussions, lectures, guest speakers, individual assignments, and group projects. We will draw materials from a variety of sources and settings including services, consumer and business-to-business products.
Management Information System
The main contents include: the basic concepts and theories of management information system; the basic analyses of various types of information system; development methods of management information system; case analyses of management information system; related issues of information system management.
This course teaches macroeconomics at the intermediate level. It elaborates on the main macro economics topics including national income, money and inflation, unemployment, business cycles and economics growth. The basic analytical framework such as the IS-LM model is taught through which the key macro economic variables and their interactions can be studied. The course also discusses government economic policies and their implications. As time permits, a brief introductory to modern macroeconomics theories will be given.
Conceptual introduction to financial accounting. Emphasis is placed on wealth and income measurement and the preparation and interpretation of conventional financial statements.
Principles of economics is the basic course for economics major, and also introduces basic economics for other majors.The course is composed of two parts: Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. We offer basic knowledge of economics in this course, and also enhance students understanding of everyday economy affairs. Most importantly, the course pay special attention to the intuitions of economics through class as well as exercises. We believe economics is not just an brunch of math or others, it has its own perspectives. training intuitions will do help students understan unique perspectives of economics.
Social psychology includes how to interact with individuals and groups, and how groups interact with each other. Social psychology can explain human behavior by using psychology theories. This course includes main theories and concepts of the mainstream social psychology. This course also analyzes how to apply social psychology knowledge to social lives, including interpersonal relationship development, communication and conflict etc.. This course also introduces culture perspective to explain human behavior.
Foundations of Computer Application
The basic knowledge of computer, computer operating system, multimedia technology, graphic image processing base, the application of office software, computer network and Internet application.