International Human Resource Management (HRM)

Module code: N1081
Level 6
15 credits in spring semester
Teaching method: Workshop, Lecture
Assessment modes: Coursework, Report

You will examine the core concepts of the field of Human Resource Management applied to an international context.

This will involve examining issues around international staffing challenges such as:

  • recruitment and development
  • Human Resource Management strategy
  • cross-cultural management
  • diversity
  • sustainability
  • CSR
  • ethics.

Module learning outcomes

  • Critically examine the core concepts of HRM and how these relate to International HRM
  • Analyse the factors that influence international recruitment and development of employees in global organisations
  • Critically evaluate the relevance and importance of culture, ethics and sustainability for managers working internationally
  • Apply your knowledge of IHRM to work effectively as part of a team to communicate your learning to non specialist audiences