Unit

School Of Business

Managing People at Work (WSTC)Western Sydney University Unit Code: 700030.3

Discipline: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Student Contribution Band: 4

Level: 1

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
Bader Unnisa Mehdi


Equivalent Units
200151 - Management of Employment Relations, 61428 - Introductory Employment Relations, 200300 - Managing People at Work

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Students must be enrolled at Western Sydney University, The College. Students enrolled in Extended Diplomas must pass 40 credit points from the preparatory units listed in the course structure prior to enrolling in this University level unit.


Teaching Periods

PeriodOffered  Campus  Contact
2021 Term 1  Yes  Bankstown Campus - DAY  Bader Unnisa Mehdi  Timetable.   Print Unit Outline*
2021 Term 1  Yes  The College - Nirimba Education Precinct - DAY  Bader Unnisa Mehdi  Timetable.   Print Unit Outline*
2021 Term 2  Yes  Bankstown Campus - DAY  Bader Unnisa Mehdi  Timetable not available  
2021 Term 2  Yes  The College - Nirimba Education Precinct - DAY  Bader Unnisa Mehdi  Timetable not available  
2021 Term 3  Yes  Bankstown Campus - DAY  Bader Unnisa Mehdi  Timetable not available  
2021 Term 3  Yes  The College - Nirimba Education Precinct - DAY  Bader Unnisa Mehdi  Timetable not available  

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About this Unit
Managing People at Work provides an introductory framework for the study of employment relations. The unit is approached from a stakeholder perspective, emphasizing the way that management, labour and the state, along with other key stakeholders, act, both separately and together, to structure the employment relationship. In doing so, the unit integrates industrial relations and human resource management theory and practice, illustrating the links between the two disciplines. The content of the unit is structured so as to provide an initial introduction to the disciplines of industrial relations, human resource management and employment relations and to the key stakeholders in the employment relationship. Building on this framework, a theoretical and empirical analysis of employment relations processes is provided, with particular emphasis given to recent changes in the role and perspectives of stakeholders.


Courses
6037.1Diploma in Business/Bachelor of BusinessCONTINUING
6037.2Diploma in Business/Bachelor of BusinessCURRENT
7098.1Diploma in BusinessCONTINUING
7100.1Diploma in Business Fast TrackCURRENT
7102.1Diploma in Business ExtendedCONTINUING
7102.2Diploma in Business ExtendedCONTINUING
7102.3Diploma in Business ExtendedCONTINUING
7102.4Diploma in Business ExtendedCURRENT
7177.1Diploma in BusinessCURRENT


Specialisations

A7045.1WSTC Business Extended Local Recent School LeaversCONTINUING
A7046.1WSTC Business Extended International StudentsCONTINUING
A7047.1WSTC Business Extended Non-Credentialed ApplicantsCONTINUING
A7097.1WSTC Business Extended Local Recent School LeaversCURRENT
A7098.1WSTC Business Extended International StudentsCURRENT
A7099.1WSTC Business Extended Non-Credentialed ApplicantsCURRENT
A7293.1WSTC Business Extended Local Recent School LeaversCURRENT
A7294.1WSTC Business Extended International StudentsCURRENT
A7295.1WSTC Business Extended Non-Credentialed ApplicantsCURRENT




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