Class Notes (1,034,032)
CA (592,564)
Angela (7)
Lecture 6

HRMT70003-CO1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Job Analysis, Takers, CostcoPremium

10 pages86 viewsWinter 2016

Department
Business
Course Code
HRMT70003-CO1
Professor
Angela
Lecture
6

This preview shows pages 1-3. to view the full 10 pages of the document.
Human Resources
February 15 2017
Note takers: Monique and Devon
Welcome: Week 6 Job Analysis
Do I have my friends doing the article today? Okay let’s walk through what is happening for
today. This is week 6 and we’re going to review chapter 4 for a couple minutes. We’re going to
minimize our talking, if you talk I will just have you move seats. Sorry it is for the respect of the
other students
You can work in your pods if you like. Then the rest of the day we’ll do chapter 2: I condensed it
and am presenting it on a macro level. We’re taking chapter 2 on a big picture level. We will be
able to get through the chapter and we will end with a bonus quiz. There’s a midterm review on
slate and we’ll go through that
Assignment 1 is due today put it in the assignment box and I will mark them on the weekend so
you can have your grade for your exam. Once more, if you need an accommodation for the
exam let me know today. Also there is no school on Monday it’s a holiday
Next week is our midterm and we will spend all class on the midterm. No class afterwards, so
leave when you are done your exam. Then it is reading week
So assignment 1 was completed and there were some group challenges so thank you for
bringing that to my attention. For assignment 2, feel free to get started on reading week but we
will discuss it in detail on our first week back. And that’s due week 13
You’ll be continuing to work in groups and again one submission per group.
Today we have an article on, I can’t remember it anymore. A receipt?
Restaurant owner says customer leaf racist message on receipt
Owner is hurt, a lot of people think it has to do with trump being elected. This has happened on
Saturday
T: can I play this video?
S: I didn't watch it
T: okay I don't know if it’s safe to play it
Is this prestigious on a level? Yes it is discrimination but it is a customer. It doesn't fall under
Canadian human rights but this falls under the criminal code. This is harassment. Anyone have
comments or questions? Sadly this is what this has come to. Thank you
find more resources at oneclass.com
find more resources at oneclass.com
You're Reading a Preview

Unlock to view full version

Subscribers Only

Only half of the first page are available for preview. Some parts have been intentionally blurred.

Subscribers Only
Any volunteers for the week after reading week? No one wants free marks? I can’t even give
them away my word.
Today our presentation is in module 4 under for chapter 2 all of the information is there. I will be
referring to those during the class
Before we do that we’re just doing some review on Chapter 4, some matchup and some
assessments. And I will give back your scantrons. I do suggest you do complete this activity. I
will give you the answers afterwards and this is a great benchmark to see where you are at.
These are almost literally the exam questions. I won’t collect these, these are just for you
Number 6 on the mc quiz, can I have your attention?
Okay let’s start with the bonus quiz. How did we do on question 5? It was worded in a tricky
way. The sentence is false but my point is please read the whole question. Who got number 2
wrong? Those are usually the two. Why is that false?
S: you have the right to unionize but not to strike
T: you're right, the charter doesn't give you the right to strike, but being in the union does give
you that right
I promise the questions on the exam are reflective of course material. Did you see the mayor
was on campus yesterday. She's 96, she was the mayor for 20+ years. She advises that old
age and youthfulness is due to eating well, exercise and using your brain to think critically. I
want to be 96 eventually!
Okay let’s take this up:
6. e
7. c
8. d as in dog
9. b
10. c
11. d
12. d
13. e
How did we do?
I want to highlight number 11, this will help with definitions: last week we discussed pay equity.
So quickly, pay equity is the difference or gap in pay. A underutilization is when there is not
enough of a minority group in a position. A concentration is when there are too many (ie men in
exec positions)
find more resources at oneclass.com
find more resources at oneclass.com
You're Reading a Preview

Unlock to view full version

Subscribers Only

Only half of the first page are available for preview. Some parts have been intentionally blurred.

Subscribers Only
Starting with legally enforceable rules
Meeting Legal Requirements matchup answers
1. 2
2. 7
3. 3
4. 5
5. 1
6. 6
7. 4
Okay let’s do the Part 2 Matchup answers
1. 0
2. 2
3. 0
4. 6
5. 4
6. 7
7. 3
8. 1
9. 5
Okay let’s have your attention again please! Chapter 2
Why are we doing chapter 2 after chapter 4? We’re talking about the core of the organization
but we needed to understand the legal ramifications before we can Learn about the job itself
Where discrimination may happen so we can use that information accordingly. Job analysis
means a systematic study of a job
This is our strategic model, we are in the planning phase of HR. This is the last time we will see
this before the midterm
We need concrete unbiased information before we can make decisions. What we’re doing is
planning so we can conduct the rest of our hR functions accordingly. You should know these 5. I
will be hinting for the midterm
How do we motivate and reward if we don’t know about it? How do we maintain high
performance. After the midterm we’ll talk about recruiting and performance appraisals. None of
this can happen until we know the job
Our job today is to know about job analysis. I’ve put the phases on the whiteboard for a visual.
We just need to understand this at a macro level. The most important Phase is Phase 3 where
the information is applied
find more resources at oneclass.com
find more resources at oneclass.com
You're Reading a Preview

Unlock to view full version

Subscribers Only

Loved by over 2.2 million students

Over 90% improved by at least one letter grade.