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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Stella M Nkomo; Myron D Fottler; R Bruce McAfee
|Description:||XII, 308 S. : Ill., graph. Darst. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Part One: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN PERSPECTIVE: FUNCTION, DIVERSITY, AND LEGAL ISSUES. 1. The HRM Function/Environment. 2. Diversity Issues. 3. The Legal and Regulatory Environment. Part Two: MEETING HUMAN RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS: JOB ANALYSIS/DESIGN, PLANNING, RECRUITMENT, AND SELECTION. 4. Job Analysis/Planning/Outsourcing/Mergers/Layoffs. 5. Recruitment and Selection. Part Three: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVENESS IN HUMAN RESOURCES: TRAINING, CAREER DEVELOPMENT, AND PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL. 6. Orientation/Training/Career Development. 7. Performance Appraisal. Part Four: IMPLEMENTING COMPENSATION SYSTEMS AND SECURITY: COMPENSATION, BENEFITS, AND SAFETY AND HEALTH. 8. Compensation. 9. Benefits. 10. Safety Issues. Part Five: ENHANCING EMPLOYEE RELATIONS: MOTIVATION, EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND DISCIPLINE, LABOR RELATIONS, AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. 11. Motivation and Discipline. 12. Labor Relations, Collective Bargaining, and Contract. 13. Administration. Part Six: INTERNATIONAL HR AND TERM PROJECT. 14. International HR Issues. 15. Term Project.|
|Responsibility:||Stella M. Nkomo ; Myron D. Fottler ; R. Bruce McAfee.|
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