HR 434 Compensation Management
F1B 2006 BL
Saucedo, Andy C.
M.B.A. - Business AdministrationB. S. - Business Administration
4:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. or by appointment
August 4 - September 22
5:00 - 10:00 PM
Textbook: Compensation, 8th Edition by Molovich, Georgr, & Newman, McGraw-Hill
Textbooks can be purchased though the MBS bookstore
Additional Resources: Will be supplied per the instructor.
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
One Short Mini-paper pertaining to Compensation Management (5 to 6 pages-body)
Mid-Term Essay Exam (Chapters 1-9)
Final Essay Exam (Chapters 10-18)
Internet Journal Project (Five Internet Analysis Reports pertaining to Compensation Management)
Case Study pertaining to Compensation Management
Performance Appraisal (Develop a new performance appraisal)
Mini-Paper @ 100 points
Mid-Term Essay Exam @ 100 points
Final Essay Exam @ 100 points
Internet Journal Project @ 100 points
Case Study @ 100 points
Performance Appraisal @100 points
Late Submission of Course Materials: Forty points will be deducted for late documents.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Rules of Conduct will be enforced per the 2006-07 Park University Catalog.
Week One - August 4
Lecture - Chapter One - The Pay Model
Lecture - Chapter Two - Strategic Perspectives
Lecture - Chapter Three - Defining Internal Alignment
Week Two - August 11
Lecture - Chapter Four - Job Anaylsis
Lecture - Chapter Five - Evaluation Work: Job Evaluation
Lecture- Chapter Six - Person Based Structures
Week Three - August 18
Lecture - Chapter Seven - Defining Competiveness
Lecture - Chapter Eight - Designing Pay Levels
Lecture - Chapter Nine - Pay for Performance Plans
Week Four - August 25
Mid-Term Essay Exam
Week Five - September 1
Lecture - Chapter Ten - Pay Plans
Lecture - Chapter Eleven - Performance Appraisals
Lecture - Chapter Twelve - Benefits Process
Week Six - September 8
Lecture - Chapter Thirteen - Benefits Options
Lecture - Chapter Fourteen - Compensation of Special Groups
Lecture - Chapter Fifteen - Union Role
Week Seven - September 15
Lecture - Chapter Sixteen - Internal Pay Systems
Lecture - Chapter Seventeen - Government & Legal Issues
Lecture - Chpater Eighteen - Budgets & Administration
Final Essay Exam
Week Eight - September 22
Final Essay Exam Overview
Lecture - The Future of Compensation
Internet Project Due
Performance Appraisal Due
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