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What do Australian HR professionals need to be doing to facilitate, engage and retain mature age workers in their organisation’s workforce?

Identify, explain and apply relevant SHRM concepts and theories to a practical HRM problem

 

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Written Analytical Essay Question:

Unconscious bias and discrimination often see mature age workers left out in the cold, despite the skills shortages and expertise gaps employers commonly complain of. Clearly there is a lot that employers could be doing to address this problem. What do Australian HR professionals need to be doing to facilitate, engage and retain mature age workers in their organisation’s workforce?

 

Learning Outcome

ULO1: identify, explain and apply relevant SHRM concepts and theories to a practical HRM problem/issue as may arise in an organisational context, as appropriate to the essay topic

GLO1: Discipline‐specific knowledge and capabilities

GLO4: Critical thinking

GLO5: Problem solving

 

ULO2 : demonstrate their understanding of HRM functions, activities and processes, and to identify and consider the HRM implications of the broader legal context within which SHRM operates, as relevant to the essay topic

GLO1: Discipline‐specific knowledge and capabilities

 

ULO3 : collect, integrate and critically analyse HRM theoretical and empirical information, using standard research techniques, to produce a clear and logically written discussion relevant to the essay topic

GLO3: Digital literacy

GLO4: Critical thinking

 

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