Managing human resources : productivity, quality of work life, profits

Cascio, Wayne F.

Managing human resources : productivity, quality of work life, profits - 6th ed. - Boston, Mass. : McGraw-Hill/Irwin, ©2003. - xxxi, 703 pages : illustrations (some color);

Includes index

pt. 1. Environment. Ch. 1. Human Resources in a Globally Competitive Business Environment. Ch. 2. The Financial Impact of Human Resource Management Activities. Ch. 3. The Legal Context of Employment Decisions. Ch. 4. Diversity at Work --
pt. 2. Employment. Ch. 5. Analyzing Work and Planning for People. Ch. 6. Recruiting. Ch. 7. Staffing --
pt. 3. Development. Ch. 8. Workplace Training. Ch. 9. Performance Management. Ch. 10. Managing Careers --
pt. 4. Compensation. Ch. 11. Pay and Incentive Systems. Ch. 12. Indirect Compensation: Employee Benefit Plans --
pt. 5. Labor-Management Accommodation. Ch. 13. Union Representation and Collective Bargaining. Ch. 14. Procedural Justice and Ethics in Employee Relations --
pt. 6. Safety, Health, and International Implications. Ch. 15. Safety, Health, and Employee Assistance Programs. Ch. 16. International Dimensions of Human Resource Management.

Intended for general management students, this work links the relationship between productivity, quality of work life, and profits to various human resource management activities, and aims to strengthen the students' perception of human resource management as an important function, which affects individuals, organizations, and society.

9780072317169 0072317167 9780071123112 0071123113

Personnel management.

658.3 / CAS

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