Human Resource Management: An Experiential Approach

Bernardin, H. John

Human Resource Management: An Experiential Approach - 2nd edition - Boston : Irwin/McGraw-Hill, ©1998. - xii, 692 pages : illustrations ;

Includes index

Human resource management in a changing environment; competitive advantage through human resources; equal employment opportunity; job analysis; human resource planning and recruitment; personnel selection; organizational training; career development; performance appraisal; direct and indirect compensation; pay for performance; strategies for improving quality, productivity and quality of work life; labour relations and collective bargaining; employee health and safety.

This text provides both theoretical and experiential approaches to the study of human resources management while focusing on developing the student's critical personal competencies achieving it through individual and group excercises which require application of the chapter content to specific problems. Second revised edition.

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Personnel management.

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