Unit 4

Firstly we need to say Well Done! You have made it this far. Hopefully you are tracking the way you want to and it is only a few short months before we finish the content and you can revise for your exam.

Unit 4 has 2 outcomes and focuses on Human Resource Management and Change Management. These are extremely important for all organisations. Every organisation can have the same type of equipment and same amount of money but they can’t have the same employees. Getting the best and keeping the best can give any organisation a competitive edge.

It is important that you don’t forget everything your learned in Unit 3. Lots of that content will cross over to here. The management styles, management skills and culture are all the same. The course has built on your knowledge throughout the year and unit 4 is no different.

Unit 4 can be where students drop away but stick with it. You are only a few short months away from the end. Don’t let all your hard work slip now. This is where the best accelerate towards the end so make sure that you are on top of things.

Here is the list of videos:

Outcome 1

Part 1 – Motivation Theories

Lecture 1 – human resource management

Lecture 2 – employee expectations

Lecture 3 – maslow’s motivation theory

Lecture 4 – herzberg’s two-factor theory

Lecture 5 – locke’s goal-setting theory

Lecture 6 – ethics and social responsibility in hr

Part 2 – Employment Cycle

Establishment Phase

Lecture 7 – hr planning

Lecture 8 – job analysis, design, description & specification

Lecture 9 – recruitment and selection

Lecture 10 – employment arrangements

Maintenance Phase

Lecture 11 – induction

Lecture 12 – training & development

Lecture 13 – rewards and recognition

Lecture 14 – performance management

Termination Phase

Lecture 15 – termination management

Part 3 – Employee Relations

Lecture 16 – employee relations and business objectives

Lecture 17 – stakeholders in employee relations

Lecture 18 – centralised v decentralised employee relations systems

Lecture 19 – types of agreements

Lecture 20 – role of the hr manager in a decentralised approach

Lecture 21 – styles and skills in employee relations

Lecture 22 – conflict and dispute resolution

Outcome 2

Lecture 1 – change management

Lecture 2 – sources for change

Lecture 3 – driving and restraining forces

Lecture 4 – kotter’s 8-step theory

Lecture 5 – strategies for effective change management

Lecture 6 – role of leadership in change

Lecture 7 – impact of change on the internal environment

Lecture 8 – ethics & social responsibility in change management

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