Human resource management

By: Byars, Lloyd LContributor(s): Rue, LeslieMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Boston : Irwin/McGraw-Hill, ©2000Edition: 6th edDescription: xvi, 512 pages : illustrationsISBN: 9780072295931; 0072295937 ; 978007116938 7 ; 007116938 5Subject(s): Personnel managementDDC classification: 658.3
Contents:
Part 1 Introduction and equal employment opportunity: human resource management - present and future; information technology for human resources; equal employment opportunity - the legal environment; implementing equal employment opportunity. Part 2 Staffing the organization: job analysis and job design; human resource planning; recruiting employees; selecting employees. Part 3 Training and developing employees: orientation and employee training; management and organizational development; career development; performance appraisal systems. Part 4 Compensating employees: the organizational reward system; base wage and salary system; incentive pay systems; employee benefits.Part 5 Understanding unions: the legal environment and structure of labour unions: union organizing campaigns and collective bargaining; employee relations; employee safety and health.
Summary: This work emphasizes the practical aspects of human resource management (HRM) through examples placed throughout the text. It features new or expanded coverage of the impact of current HRM issues. "HRM in Action" boxes include special topics and company examples.
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Includes index

Part 1 Introduction and equal employment opportunity: human resource management - present and future; information technology for human resources; equal employment opportunity - the legal environment; implementing equal employment opportunity. Part 2 Staffing the organization: job analysis and job design; human resource planning; recruiting employees; selecting employees. Part 3 Training and developing employees: orientation and employee training; management and organizational development; career development; performance appraisal systems. Part 4 Compensating employees: the organizational reward system; base wage and salary system; incentive pay systems; employee benefits.Part 5 Understanding unions: the legal environment and structure of labour unions: union organizing campaigns and collective bargaining; employee relations; employee safety and health.

This work emphasizes the practical aspects of human resource management (HRM) through examples placed throughout the text. It features new or expanded coverage of the impact of current HRM issues. "HRM in Action" boxes include special topics and company examples.

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