Course syllabus PERA - Personal Agenda (FBE - SS 2013/2014)

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Course code: PERA
Course title in language of instruction: Personal Agenda
Course title in Czech: Personal Agenda
Course title in English: Personal Agenda
Mode of completion and number of credits: Exam (5 credits)
(1 ECTS credit = 28 hours of workload)
Mode of delivery/Timetabled classes: full-time, 2/1 (hours of lectures per week / hours of seminars per week)
Language of instruction: English
Level of course: bachelor
Semester: SS 2013/2014
Name of lecturer: Ing. Hana Stojanová, Ph.D. (supervisor)
Prerequisites: Management
Aims of the course:
The study focused on understanding the importance of HR activities in the organization. The course provides an orientation within the principles, development, and implementation of subjects and tasks of personnel work.
Course contents:
1.Principles and subjects of implementation of personnel work. (allowance 0/0)
a.Historical development of personnel work in the context of management.
b.The labor market of the European Union.

2.Internal environment of the organization factors and their impact on personnel work. (allowance 0/0)
a.Team management
b.Corporate communication and culture

3.Aspects of legislative norms and standards in the employment process. (allowance 0/0)
a.Basic rights and obligations of employers and employees.
b.The specifics of the employment of foreign nationals' workers.

4.Planning in HR practices (allowance 0/0)
a.Methods of planning and standardization.
b.Job analysis, job description.
c.Health and safety at work.

5.Selection and recruitment of employees. (allowance 0/0)
a.The adaptation process

6.Remuneration of employees (allowance 0/0)
a.Forms and methods of work performance and behaviour evaluation.
b.Motivation of employees.

7.Working hours, protection of personal data of employees and employees care (allowance 0/0)
8.Career management. (allowance 0/0)
a.Training and development of employees

9.Work related conflicts and methods of their solutions. (allowance 0/0)
10.Information Systems in personnel practices. (allowance 0/0)
Learning outcomes and competences:
Generic competences:
-ability to organize and plan ahead
-ability to work independently
-interpersonal skills
-work in team

Specific competences:
-Student is able to deal with basic personal agenda
-Student is able to set personal agenda company strategy and goals
-Student knows main impact factors of internal company environment
-Student knows main personal agenda tools as planning, recruitment, selection, placement, motivation, development, remuneration and other

Type of course unit: required
Year of study: Not applicable - the subject could be chosen at anytime during the course of the programme.
Work placement: There is no compulsory work placement in the course unit.
Recommended study modules: -
Learning activities and study load (hours of study load):
Type of teaching methodDaily attendance
Direct teaching
     lecture26 h
     practice13 h
     preparation for exam30 h
     preparation for regular assessment20 h
     preparation for regular testing15 h
     preparation of presentation8 h
     elaboration and execution of projects8 h
     writing of seminar paper20 h
Total140 h
Assessment methods:
The mandatory test is a test of the whole subject content and may be held only by students who received course credit. Application point system evaluation throughout the course for credit. The minimum score for awarding credits is 18, the maximum number of points for the granting of credit is 30 grades.

Maximal number of grades / Evaluated activities for course credit.

15 grades /Team seminary work
10 grades /Individual work + personal activity during the whole period of course
5 grades /Attendance on the lectures and seminars

Written exam in the first and second term, oral exam at the third term. Classification of student according to the number of points obtained in the written test.

Accumulation of points Classification of student
30 -- 27,5 A 
27 -- 24,5 B
24 -- 21,5 C
21- 18,5 D
18 E
˂ 18 F
Recommended reading:
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RQCAPRONI, P J.Management skills for everyday life: the practical coachBostonPrentice Hall978-0-13-247907-3
RQARMSTRONG, M.A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice LondonKogan Page2006978-07-4944-105-0
RQNOE, R A. et al.Fundamentals of human resource managementBostonMcGraw-Hill Irwin2009978-0-07-029289-5
RQHuman resource managementUpper Saddle River, N.J.Pearson Prentice Hall978-0-13-222595-3
RQDESSLER, G.Human resource managementNJUpper Saddle River200801-381-4273-4
RQNOE, R A. et al.Human resource management: gaining a competitive advantageNew YorkMc Graw Hill2010978-007-108188-7
RQNKOMO, S M. -- FOTTLER, M D. -- MCAFEE, R B.Human resource management applications: [cases, exercises, and skill builders]Mason, Ohio [u.a.South-Western2011978-1-111-05888-3
RQGOLD, J. -- BRATTON, J.Human resource management: theory and practiceBasingstokePalgrave Macmillan200303-339-9325-X
RQDeveloping management skills: what great managers know and doBostonMcGraw-Hill Irwin2008978-0-07-110628-3
RQMONDY, R W. -- NOE, R M. -- PREMEAUX, S R.Human resource managementBostonAllyn and Bacon19920-205-14218-4


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