This course will provide students with a unique blend of theory and practice to help them analyze the vast array of employment practices, employment structures, and human resources management strategies in a comparative and global context. The purpose of the course is to provide the conceptual and practical tools necessary to address the impact of globalization on the practice of Human Resources. The course is taught from comparative and cross-national perspectives. Students will be asked to take a critical approach to Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Citizenship Behavior and the impact these have on business policy.
Prerequisites: Senior standing, BSAD 116 and either BSAD 215 or 310.
3 credits (lecture hours,) spring semester