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Department: Management and Marketing
BUSI4G015: Employee Relations & Reward (Taught)
|Type||Tied||Level||4||Credits||15||Availability||Not available in 2021/22|
Excluded Combination of Modules
- Employee Relations & Reward (Online)
- To develop studentsâ€™ ability to master the knowledge and understanding at an advanced level of key issues relating to trends in the modern employment relationship, and how relations between managers and employees are conducted;
- To provide students with the opportunity to critically understand the reasons and explanations behind such trends. There is a special focus on reward management, and on involving non-managerial employees in organisational decision-making. .
- Employee Relations: an introduction to theory, context, perspectives and actors
- Management-workforce relations and negotiations
- The role of collective bargaining and negotiation in the employment relationship
- Participation and involvement at work â€“ engaging employees in workplace and strategic decision-making
- Rewarding Employees: the role of rewards in the organisation; payment structures and strategic considerations; performance-related pay and the individualisation of rewards
- On completion of the module students should have an advanced knowledge and understanding of the contemporary and historical context in which employee relations and reward occurs.
- By the end of the module, students should:
- Be able to critically analyse a number of different issues relating to the study of employee relations and reward management, including pay systems, employee voice, strikes, and the role of trade unions;
- Be able to critically review and understand debates in the area of employee relations and reward management;
- Be able to reflect upon the personal implications that might arise from insights encountered during the module, such as how one may wish to manage, and to be managed.
- effective written communication skills
- planning, organising and time management skills
- problem solving and analytical skills
- the ability to use initiative
- advanced skills in the interpretation of data
- advanced computer literacy skills
Modes of Teaching, Learning and Assessment and how these contribute to the learning outcomes of the module
- Learning outcomes will be met through a combination of taught input, groupwork, case studies and discussion, supported by guided reading and specially-written self-study material. ï‚§
- The summative assessment of the module is designed to test the acquisition and articulation of knowledge and critical understanding, and skills of application and interpretation within the business context. .
Teaching Methods and Learning Hours
|Workshops (a combination of taught input, groupwork, case studies and discussion), timetabled in blocks||24||■|
|Preparation and reading||126|
|Component: Written Assignment||Component Weighting: 100%|
|Element||Length / duration||Element Weighting||Resit Opportunity|
|Individual written assignment, based on a case analysis||3000 words||100%||Same|
Group-based discussions and case study exercises.
■ Attendance at all activities marked with this symbol will be monitored. Students who fail to attend these activities, or to complete the summative or formative assessment specified above, will be subject to the procedures defined in the University's General Regulation V, and may be required to leave the University