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TOPIC: Introduction to the Course and to International and Comparative HRM

  • Identify and discuss variations within a range of international organizations in their approaches to strategic human resources management.
  • Become oriented to the course and learning plan for the semester

  • TEXTBOOK = Bamber, G.J., Lansbury, R.D., Wailes, N., & Wright, C.F.  (2015).  International and Comparative Employment Relations: National regulation, global changes, 6th edition.  Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE ISBN 9781473911550
  • Tools to access the course, both synchronously (live meetings) and asynchronously (course website)
  • Camera (may be part of computer, tablet, or smartphone)
  • Microphone

  • Me, on camera
  • Troubleshooting connectivity issues
  • Seek a volunteer from the group to monitor any students having connectivity issues, either needing admittance or questions in the chat, so I can focus on teaching.

  • Introduction to the Course and to International & Human Resource Management
  • Navigating eLearn site
  • Having problems?  Use the Community Forum
  • Experiential Learning opportunity on Nov. 5th (notice the time and date has been switched with the Marketing class!)
  • Course Assessments
  • First 5 Homework Items:
    1. First self reflective journal
    2. Check you can access all the resources in eLearn (especially if you are outside Canada!)
    3. Choosing and announcing your journal article for the Journal Article Trailer assignment
    4. Choosing and announcing your country for the Student-Led Mini-Workshops
    5. Start Microcredentials

  • Memo #1 Reflective Learning Journal (1%)Post your response in eLearn
  • 3-2-1 Activity
  • What are 3 new ideas you learned in this class?
  • What are 2 connections that you made in this class?
  • What is 1 question you have for the instructor?

  • Scan options for Journal Article Trailer assignment, choose and announce your choice, and read the article.
  • Review the course site, focusing on your ability to access all the resources and checking the schedule for any conflicts.

  • Complete Reflective Journal #1
  • Draft your script for your Journal Article Trailer Assignment (10%)
  • Monitor the Community Forum for any Help requests from fellow students and support as needed.