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HRM 260 Employment Law II

5 credits
This course covers employment laws and their effects on the second half of the employment life cycle, including benefits, compensation, performance, terms and conditions of employment, and termination.

Prerequisites: HRM 255  recommended and ABED 40  (or placement into MATH 87  or higher) and ENGL 99  (or placement into ENGL& 101 )

Course Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Describe the implications of employment laws on compensation, benefits, occupational safety and health, and conditions of employment
  • Explain best practices for managing performance and termination of employees
  • Identify the legal issues associated with downsizing and its effects on employees and the organization
  • Identify union and collective bargaining issues and prepare for compliance with employment laws
  • Effectively investigate and resolve internal complaints
  • Identify resources to keep up-to-date with changing legal requirements
  • Describe the differences between state and federal employment laws
  • Analyze and draw conclusions about employment law cases

Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Describe the implications of employment laws on compensation, benefits, occupational safety and health, and conditions of employment
  • Explain best practices for managing performance and termination of employees
  • Identify the legal issues associated with downsizing and its effects on employees and the organization
  • Identify union and collective bargaining issues and prepare for compliance with employment laws
  • Effectively investigate and resolve internal complaints
  • Identify resources to keep up-to-date with changing legal requirements
  • Compare and contrast state and federal employment laws
  • Analyze and draw conclusions about employment law cases

Total Hours: 50 Theory (Lecture) Hours: 50