ISBN 9780070700734,Managing Human Resources : Productivity, Quality Of Work Life, Profits

Managing Human Resources : Productivity, Quality Of Work Life, Profits

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ISBN 9780070700734
Publisher

Tata McGraw - Hill Education

Publication Year 2011
ISBN-13

ISBN 9780070700734

ISBN-10 0070700737
Binding

Paperback

Edition 8th
Number of Pages 800 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Business

Managing Human Resources is all about managing people through three critical strategic objectives that guide all HR functions: productivity, quality of work life, and profits. These three key objectives will help the students in gaining and strengthening their perception of human resource management as a significant function, which affects individuals, organizations, and society. This special Indian edition integrates application of management theory with a western orientation in the Indian context for deeper understanding of the Indian social and cultural milieu. While retaining the original framework and flavor of the book, relevant text, cases, and examples in Indian context have been added throughout in this special Indian edition. Salient Features Coverage of how globalization, technology, e-commerce, and demographic changes are influencing HR management practices Every chapter includes an Ethical Dilemma, Implications for Management Practice Updated research and references throughout the text Case studies and caselets from government and private sectors TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Human resources in a globally competitive business environment 2. The legal context of employment decisions 3. Diversity at work 4. Analyzing work and planning for people 5. Recruiting 6. Staffing 7. Workplace training 8. Performance Management 9. Managing Careers 10. Pay and incentive systems 11. Indirect compensation 12. Union representation and collective bargaining 13. Procedural justice and ethics in employee relations 14. Safety, health and employee assistance programs 15. Competitive strategies, human resource strategies, and the financial impact if human resource management activities 16. International dimensions of Human Resource Management
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