ISBN 9788131211984,Essentials Of Human Resource Management

Essentials Of Human Resource Management

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Tyson

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Elsevier India

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ISBN 9788131211984
Publisher

Elsevier India

Publication Year 2008
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788131211984

ISBN-10 8131211983
Binding

Paperback

Language (English)
Subject

Business

Key Features Integrates organizational behaviour, HRM systems, HRM policies, employment law and industrial relations in one all-embracing text Invaluable introductory guide for students, practitioners and those studying for professional qualifications Updated with new case study material to support the topics raised and add practical insight Description Essentials of HRM combines a commentary on organizational behaviour with an explanation of human resource management techniques, and also acts as an introduction to industrial relations. It will prove an invaluable aid to those studying for professional qualifications, such as Membership of the Institute of Personnel Management or the Diploma in Management Studies, and for students on general business or social service courses. Equally, the practising manager will find this book a useful and practical guide. Readership Level 1/2 (first/second year) undergraduates, and for use on all introductory courses for HRM at colleges of further education. HNC/HND, DMS and those studying for their professional qualification. Author Information By Shaun Tyson , Professor of Human Resource Management and Director of the Human Resource Research Centre at Cranfield School of Management, UK Table of ContentsPart One The behavioural bases of human resource management; Individual differences; Groups; Organizations; Part Two The Developing strategic role of Human Resource Management; From Personnel management to HRM: how did this field of work develop?; Human Resource strategy; Human Resource planning; Part Three Recruitment and selection; Job analysis: defining effective performance; Recruitment; Selecting employees; Part Four Assessing performance and developing people; Induction; Assessing performance potential; Training and development; Part Five Rewards; Job evaluation; Pay and benefits; Conditions of service; Part 6 Industrial relations; The history and development of Trade Unions; Collective bargaining; Negotiation techniques; D

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