Utilitarianism argues that human happiness is an ethical goal. How can human recourses management/Contemporary people management contribute to this goal?

Utilitarianism argues that human happiness is an ethical goal. How can human recourses management/Contemporary people management contribute to this goal?
Assessment 2: CPM/HRM Essay (individual)(35%)
Overview
¨Human happiness in CPM and in HRM〃
This essay is about CPMˇs and HRMˇs contribution to organisations, society, and humanity. It is designed to allow students to:
– Understand the basics of contemporary people management (CPM) and HRM, their function & role (textbook, chapter 1 of Kramar, R, Bartram, T & De Cieri, H 2014, Human resource management in Australia  strategy, people, performance, (5th ed.) McGraw-Hill, Sydney).
刋 Analyse, critically discuss, and contrast two theoretical concepts  CPM/HRM and humanity as outline in the ethics of Utilitarianism.
– Explain the contribution of CPM HRM (chapter1) and ethics (chapter 15) to human beings, organisations, and society at large.
-Describe ¨Utilitarianismˇs ¨Happiness Principle〃 and its implications for HRM & CPM.
– Develop analytical, critical, and communication skills appropriate for participating in an organisational, industrial, and national environment shaped by CPM/HRM and Ethics.
Do not sum up different versions of human ethics in your essay (this is not a report).
刋 Do not discuss too many issues  focus on ¨one〃 key issue and discuss this in detail.
– Do not have sub-headings in your essay.
-Write ¨in essay format〃: ¨your〃 introduction introduces the subject at hand (how to argue).
– The ˉmain bodyˇ discusses three issues
1. Utilitarianism and the ¨Happiness Principle〃,
2. what is HRM / CPM, and
3. how do both relate to each other;
4. this is followed by a conclusion that answers this question: ˉwhat can we learn from all this?ˇ.
刋 Your essay should contain three sections:
a) A theoretical perspective to discuss [Utilitarianism and the Happiness Principle Utilitarianism: Bentham: ¨the greatest pleasure for the greatest number” Your action should achieve pleasure. see: Klikauer 2010: 47-67 & Klikauer 2012: (pp.159-167)
b) What is HRM/CPM; and
c) How the two (a & b) can be reconciled, if at all.
d) Essential: You Must Read – Sources (excerpts are on vUWS): Bolton, S. C. & Houlihan, M. 2007. Searching for the human in HRM: theory, practice and workplace contexts, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Essay Question:
Please answer the following question:
Utilitarianism argues that human happiness is an ethical goal.
How can HRM/CPM contribute to this goal?
Additional Resources
Online Resources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Stuart_Mill
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utilitarianism_%28book%29

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