Note: The course information below is not the official Course Outline, and may be subject to change. The Course Outline will be available to students following registration.
|Agricultural Human Resource Management - 20395 - ABIZ 2620 - D01
Associated Term: Fall 2020
Distance and Online Education Campus
Agricultural & Food Sciences Schedule Type
Demonstrate an understanding of key aspects of human resource management legislation. Identify resources to support human resource management decision making and risk management for a farm business. Identify and apply human resource management processes to develop a human resource management plan for a farm business. Apply tools for managing farm safety to a human resource management plan. Develop an understanding of workplace wellness and identify tools and resources to support one. Develop an understanding of diversity and inclusivity and how they apply to human resource management. Differentiate between management and leadership and their roles in human resource management. Evaluate their development in the area of human resource management and identify areas for ongoing development.
Agri HR Toolkit. 2016. Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council. https://hrtoolkit.cahrc-ccrha.ca Students will have access to a 4 month (1 semester) subscription to the on-line Toolkit for $49.99 plus tax. Students can select to purchase a one year subscription for $79.99 plus tax allowing them access beyond the end of this course. A coupon code will be provided within the M Learn course site allowing students to purchase the toolkit online and receive these student discounts.
Human Resource Management for Farm Business in Manitoba https://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/business-and-economics/business-management/pubs/interactive_e1.pdf"> https://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/business-and-economics/business-management/pubs/interactive_e1.pdf
Your computer or device, and Internet connection must meet the UM minimum requirements found here https://centre.cc.umanitoba.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Student-Connectivity-Recommendations.pdf. These are required for all Fall 2020 classes.
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