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HRMT19015  Research for Human Resources Decision-Making

One of the main objectives of this course is to introduce the research process as an accurate framework for decision-making in the Human Resources Management discipline. All the major elements of the research process will be covered including: problem identification; hypotheses development; writing the methodologies; analysis of data and, the writing of research reports. Emphasis will be placed on the evaluation of research proposals and reports, given that HR professionals need to be able to assess the reliability and validity of research study results before the decision-making process is completed. Stress will also be placed on honing the communication and working in teams skills required for effective transmission of research reporting. Students intending to enrol in HRMT19017   Project, may use the research proposal developed as part of the assessment in this course as the basis of their research project.

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