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HRM

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Does a Human Resource Management system in a Univeristy lead to better academic staff performance?
In developed countries, teacher’s wages represent 75-80% of public spending on education.
Quality of the teachers.
A good teacher needs, good conditions and motivation.
A good human resources management is beneficial for the school since, having qualified teachers gives them a better reputation (also attracts more students to the school)
Introduction
Recruitment Process
Lecturers vs Professors
Professors:
Formal process
Probation
PhD requirements
Negotiable salary
Interview and evaluations
HR practices in the education sector:
-planning practices
-recruitment practices
-selection practices
-orientation practices
-training practices
-compensation practices
-employee performance practices
-promotion practices
-grievances procedures
Stephanie Leblanc
Antoine Lévesque
Mariko Tanaka
Carine Tang
Sabina Nguyen Sjogren
Nomonita Roy

HRM in the education sector
Answer:
Yes, just like a business, HR in the education sector optimizes performance.

This is done by integrating a formal recruitment process which ensures the quality of personnel. In addition, evaluation of staff performance through HR tools will maintain a standard of performance. Overall motivation is also boosted by HR tools.
Quantitative planning:

Qualitative planning:
List of employed
human ressouces
Projected
departures
Projected
arrivals
List of available human ressources
Tasks
Responsabilities
delivering lectures, seminars and tutorials
designing, preparing and developing teaching materials
assessing students' coursework
setting and marking examinations
developing and implementing new methods of teaching to reflect changes in research
supporting students
completing continuous professional development (CPD) and participating in staff training activities
representing the institution at professional conferences and seminars, and contributing to these as necessary
Competency Profile
Selection Criteria
Recruitment sources:
Recruitment methods:
Internal
External
-Internal networking
-job postings on specialized websites

Orientation practices:
- training sessions
- gradual process of integration

Example: Group meetings


Recruiting a diversified staff
Educational institutions subject to:
Act Respecting Equal Access to Employment in Public Bodies

Challenge
Having enough staff members to reflect adequately the ethnocultural diversity of students in Montreal

Compensation
Unions
130000 members from the educational sector
FNEEQ (Fédération nationale
des enseignantes et des
enseignants du Québec) :
higher learning,
representing 91 unions
and 33000 members
Within Universities
Conflict at the
University of Sherbrooke


Renewal of the Collective Agreement - Chronology:

January : Beginning of negotiations
Mid-October : Conciliator brought in (disagreement on more than 180 points as of October 7th)
Friday, November 14th :
Beginning of strike
Night of November 14th : Tentative agreement –
End of strike
Sunday, November 16th : Normal activities resumed

(Syndicat des chargées et chargés de
cours de l’Université de Sherbrooke)
– Affiliated with CSQ
The SCCCUS comprises 2500 members, about 1000 of which are lecturing this semester. They are responsible for more than 50% of undergraduate courses, and mostly prominent in the fields of education and social sciences
SCCCUS
Selection process

TAs and lecturers (full time and part time): Informal
Professors: Formal
- screening process
- interview and tests
- job offer and hiring
Global compensation = direct + indirect compensations

Retention Strategies
Keep the employees motivated through:
Compensation
Performance evaluation
Professional development opportunities
Good image of the academic institution
Awards and recognition
(E.g. Principal’s Award for Administrative
and Support Staff at McGill)

Lecturer:
internal recruitment
training
group meetings
hierarchical process
Non negotiable salary
Full time lecturers must do research
Process made by the head of departments
Termination of a contract
Teachers who are not part of a union
Resignation :
-civil code, article 2091
-Send a notice before hand
Dismissal or lay off for more than 6 months:
Civil code, art. 82


Dismissal or lay off for more
than 6 months (suite):
Termination of a Contract
Teachers who are part of a union
McGill collective Agreement for assistant teachers
Resignation:
Send a notice 30 days beforehand
Reprimand, suspend or dismissal:
-send a notice to the employee and the union
-hold a meeting

HEC dismissal process:
Meet the teacher
Suggest any help to improve teaching
Teacher refuse to cooperate = dismissal

HEC Montréal vs
University of Melbourne
1. Planning and Recruitment:
HIGHLY FORMAL
Each faculty comprises of a
team of HR delegates
Workforce review
implemented during every semester
The head of department or a level 2 HR delegate must approve a completed "
recruitment assessment tool
"
Majority of recruitment occurs
externally
Positions publicised on select
media outlets
Centralised
application process

2. Selection
MANDATORY
: for all teaching staff to be considered:
“Research academics” in their chosen field; as well as had:
Previous teaching experience and/or
Relevant industry experience

SELECTION PANEL
: dependent on the position being filled.
Adds subjectivity to assess candidates
Ensures all selection criteria have been catered to
Example: Lecturers

SENIOR LECTURERS + PROFESSORS
: must undertake a 1 to 4 week placement period

ROLE OF HR
: ensure the selection process is designed around the candidate’s position and implemented in accordance to policy

3. Orientation
ACADEMIC STAFF ORIENTATION PROGRAM
Information session to raise awareness of the cultural and technological framework governing the school

COMPLIANCE COURSES + WORKSHOPS
University Systems
Professional Skills
Research
Learning + Teaching
Mentoring
Networking

ENSURES
Smooth transition
Minimize cost and time wastage
4. Unions
NATIONAL TERTIARY EDUCATION UNION (NTEU)

Only union solely representing employees in the Australian tertiary education sector

Terms negotiated in the
University of Melbourne Collective Agreement
apply to all full-time staff, members or otherwise

Applicable in conjunction with Fair Work Act (2009) – similar to those covered in The Civil Code and The Act Respecting Labour Standards

Acts as the only source of power to terminate employment

onclusion
To what extent are HR practices necessary in the education sector?
AGSEM – Association of Graduate Students Employed at McGill – affiliated with FNEQ-CSN

McGill course lecturers and instructors

AMUSE/PSAC – Association of McGill University Support Employees/Public Service Alliance of Canada : non-academic casuals

MUNACA/PSAC – McGill University Non-Academic Certified Association/Public Service Alliance of Canada :
clerical, laboratory and IT technicians, support staff, library assistants

SEU – Service Employees Union – affiliated with Quebec Labour Federation (QFL) : Computing centre, Printing services, Facilities management, residences, Faculty Club

Law: Pay Equity Act
Sources:
2 objectives

QUEBEC. Labour Standards in Quebec, [http://www.cnt.gouv.qc.ca/.../pdf/publications/c_0149a.pdf], October 2014.

GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC. AN ACT RESPECTING LABOUR STANDARDS, [http://www2.publicationsduquebec.gouv.qc.ca/.../telecharg...], November 1st, 2014.

MCGILL UNIVERSITY. Collective Agreement, [http://www.mcgill.ca/.../mcgi.../files/agsem_-_bilingual.pdf] , june 30, 2014.

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https://hr.unimelb.edu.au/advice/toolkits/recruitment

https://policy.unimelb.edu.au/MPF1159#section-3.1
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http://www.unimelb.edu.au/staffdev/
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http://www.fneeq.qc.ca/en/fneeq/qui_sommes_nous/index.html

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http://www.mcgill.ca/hr/workingmcgill/awards-and-recognition

Sources contd.
Which areas within an educational institution does HR play a vital role in?
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