Tata McGraw - Hill Education
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This text provides a comprehensive framework of the principles and concepts relating to personnel management with emphasis on the Indian context. The text endeavours to interpret personnel and human resource management concepts with behavioural principles and industrial relations implications. It incorporates the essence of the recent contributions of behavioural science. Additionally, it features topics like `Quality of Work Life`, `Stress Management and Counselling`, `Industrial Relations Implications of Personnel Policies`, and `Future Scenario`. Each chapter begins with learning objectives, and includes key words, a summary and suggestions for further reading towards the end. The text also includes real-life cases which reflect diverse situations in the corporate world. The book would serve as a text for postgraduate students of management and commerce, and would also be useful to practising managers.
Each chapter begins with the learning objective,and include key words,a summary and suggestion for further reading towards the end.
Includes real-life cases which reflect diverse situations in the corporate world
Features chapter-end test questions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1. Personnel Management in Organizational Context
Chapter 2. Analyzing and Designing Jobs
Chapter 3. Human Resource Planning
Chapter 4. Recruitment, Selection, Placement, Induction, Internal and Mobility and Separations
Chapter 5. Performance Appraisal
Chapter 6. Career and Succession Planning
Chapter 7. Training and Development
Chapter 8. Pay and Benefits
Chapter 9. Occupational Health and Safety
Chapter 10. Dynamics of Human Behavior -- Role of Personnel
Chapter 11. Employee Relations
Chapter 12. Industrial Relations -- Implications of Personnel Policies
Chapter 13. Employees Participation in Management
Chapter 14. Measurement of Personnel/Human Resources
Chapter 15. Personnel: The Future Scenario