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Human resource management in Australia : strategy, people, performance

Author: Helen De Cieri; Robin Kramar
Publisher: Boston ; Sydney : McGraw-Hill, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Focuses on contemporary issues in HRM in Australia, such as workplace diversity; work/life balance; employee learning; the quality movement; work teams; and the impact of technology. This book pays  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helen De Cieri; Robin Kramar
ISBN: 007470589X 9780074705896
OCLC Number: 52335204
Description: xxxi, 621 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Part 1:Introduction to HRM Chapter 1HRM in Australia Chapter 2Strategic HRM Chapter 3Legal Context for HRM Part 2:Building HRM Systems Chapter 4Analysis and Design of Work Chapter 5HR Planning and HR Informati0on Systems Chapter 6Recruitment, Selection and Placement Chapter 7Employee Relations Part 3:Developing People Chapter 8Managing Diversity and Work Life Balance Chapter 9Performance Management Chapter 10Employee Learning Chapter 11Employee Development and Career Management Part 4:Rewarding People Chapter 12Managing Compensation Chapter 13Performance Related Pay Part 5:Challenges and Directions for HRM Chapter 14Managing a Global Workforce Chapter 15Managing Employee Turnover and Retention Chapter 16Evaluating and Improving the HR Function
Responsibility: De Cieri, Kramar [and others].
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