Human Resource Management 2

This course introduces students to specific aspects of Human Resources in preparation for advanced, specialized studies in the second and third years of the HR program. The focus of the course is on the factors that impact training and development programs, performance management systems as well as the structure and functions of the labour movement and strategies for managing equity and diversity in an organization. An examination of the difference between domestic and international HR responsibilities as well as internal and external factors that influence the setting of wages in Canada are also covered throughout the course. Successful completion of HURM 1100/HRM 1200 and this course (with a minimum combined grade of 65%) will qualify as an approved credit towards the academic component of the Certified Human Resources Professional designation (CHRP), or Certified Human Resources Leader designation (CHRL), designations granted by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA). Please visit for full details.