Managing Human Resources, 9th edition
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Prepare future managers with an understanding of HR skills
Managing Human Resources gives students a solid business understanding of human resource (HR) management skills. It makes human resources relevant to anyone who has to deal with HR issues in the workplace, even those who do not hold the title of manager. Covering new and emerging trends, customer orientation, ethics, and global issues affecting HR, the text gives students a realistic view of the subject as it is actually practiced in business organizations. In addition to thoroughly updating all of the materials, the 9th Edition also introduces a new theme of employability -- referring to HR skills that make students more attractive in the labor market. Coverage of these hot topics, which are foremost in the minds of students, prepares them to be more employable managers, supervisors, and team leaders with valuable HR knowledge.
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Table of contents
PART I: INTRODUCTION
1. Meeting Present and Emerging Strategic Human Resource Challenges
PART II: THE CONTEXTS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
2. Managing Work Flows and Conducting Job Analysis
3. Understanding Equal Opportunity and the Legal Environment
4. Managing Diversity
PART III: STAFFING
5. Recruiting and Selecting Employees
6. Managing Employee Separations, Downsizing, and Outplacement
PART IV: EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT
7. Appraising and Managing Performance
8. Training the Workforce
9. Developing Careers
PART V: COMPENSATION
10. Managing Compensation
11. Rewarding Performance
12. Designing and Administering Benefits
PART VI: GOVERNANCE
13. Developing Employee Relations
14. Respecting Employee Rights and Managing Discipline
15. Working with Organized Labor
16. Managing Workplace Safety and Health
17. International HRM Challenge
Published by Pearson (April 3rd 2019) - Copyright © 2020