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Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management Author Robert N. Lussier
ISBN-10 9781506360324
Release 2017-11-30
Pages 704
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Whether your students are HRM majors or general business majors, Human Resource Management: Functions, Applications, and Skill Development, Third Edition, will help them develop the skills they need to recruit, select, train, and development talent. Bestselling authors Robert N. Lussier and John R. Hendon explore the important strategic function HR plays in today's organizations. A wide variety of applications, self-assessments, and experiential exercises keep students engaged and help them see the relevancy of HR as they learn skills they can use in their personal and professional lives. New to this Edition Includes all the latest SHRM 2016 Curriculum Guidebook listings that cover every SHRM guide item, including both the SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) and the Human Resource Certification Institute Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification exam—a total of more than 210 individual content requirements from the SHRM curriculum guide. New and updated cases on businesses such as LinkedIn and Amazon bring HR topics to life, apply the text concepts, develop critical thinking skills, and demonstrate how human resources is used to achieve strategic objectives. New Skill Builder exercises allow students to experience HR as they practice making decisions, working in teams, and participating in role-plays. New coverage of current trends in every chapter and updated coverage of changes in the federal laws and regulations are explained in the new edition. New HRM in Action videos illustrate fundamental HR functions using a variety of relatable scenarios with assessment questions that challenge students to test their HR knowledge.



Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management Author Robert N. Lussier
ISBN-10 9781506360317
Release 2017-11-30
Pages 704
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Whether your students are HRM majors or general business majors, Human Resource Management: Functions, Applications, and Skill Development, Third Edition, will help them develop the skills they need to recruit, select, train, and development talent. Bestselling authors Robert N. Lussier and John R. Hendon explore the important strategic function HR plays in today's organizations. A wide variety of applications, self-assessments, and experiential exercises keep students engaged and help them see the relevancy of HR as they learn skills they can use in their personal and professional lives. New to this Edition Includes all the latest SHRM 2016 Curriculum Guidebook listings that cover every SHRM guide item, including both the SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) and the Human Resource Certification Institute Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification exam—a total of more than 210 individual content requirements from the SHRM curriculum guide. New and updated cases on businesses such as LinkedIn and Amazon bring HR topics to life, apply the text concepts, develop critical thinking skills, and demonstrate how human resources is used to achieve strategic objectives. New Skill Builder exercises allow students to experience HR as they practice making decisions, working in teams, and participating in role-plays. New coverage of current trends in every chapter and updated coverage of changes in the federal laws and regulations are explained in the new edition. New HRM in Action videos illustrate fundamental HR functions using a variety of relatable scenarios with assessment questions that challenge students to test their HR knowledge.



Fundamentals of Human Resource Management

Fundamentals of Human Resource Management Author Robert N. Lussier
ISBN-10 9781506331836
Release 2015-11-26
Pages 440
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Fundamentals of Human Resource Management: Functions, Applications, Skill Development takes a unique three-pronged approach that gives students a clear understanding of important HRM concepts and functions, shows them how to apply those concepts, and helps them build a strong skill set they can use in their personal and professional lives. Covering the vast majority the 210 required SHRM Curriculum Guidebook topics required for undergraduates, Fundamentals of Human Resource Management gives the student the ability to successfully manage others in today's work environment. Authors Robert N. Lussier and John R. Hendon engage students with a variety of high-quality applications and skill development exercises to improve students’ comprehension and retention. The authors’ emphasis on current trends and the challenges facing HR managers and line managers today provide students with key insights on important issues and prepare them for successful careers.



Management Fundamentals

Management Fundamentals Author Robert N. Lussier
ISBN-10 9781506389363
Release 2017-11-27
Pages 632
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Praised as the greatest source of quality and quantity of application and skill development experiential learning! Packed with experiential exercises, self-assessments, and group activities, the Eighth Edition of Management Fundamentals helps students develop essential management skills they can use in their personal and professional lives. Bestselling author Robert N. Lussier uses the most current cases and examples to illustrate management concepts in today’s ever-changing business world. This fully updated new edition provides in-depth coverage of key AACSB topics such as diversity, ethics, technology, and globalization. New to This Edition New case studies highlight contemporary challenges and opportunities facing managers at well-known organizations such as Whole Foods, Wells Fargo, and the Chicago Cubs. The book is completely updated with hundreds of new references and examples. Expanded and updated Trends and Issues sections explore timely topics such as the changing nature of work, managing multiple generations, and virtual teams. All of the Applying the Concept boxes are new and engage students in applying the concepts to their own experiences and provide situational analysis opportunities to develop critical thinking skills. Management in Action videos illustrate fundamental management concepts using a variety of relatable scenarios and assessment questions to challenge students to apply and analyze workplace situations.



Human Resource Management in the Knowledge Economy

Human Resource Management in the Knowledge Economy Author Mark L. Lengnick-Hall
ISBN-10 1576751597
Release 2003
Pages 204
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This book demonstrates that for businesses to thrive in today's economy, human resource managers must take on four new roles: human capital steward, knowledge facilitator, relationship builder, and rapid deployment specialist. Each role is discussed in detail using examples from leading businesses.



Human Relations in Organizations Applications and Skill Building

Human Relations in Organizations  Applications and Skill Building Author Robert Lussier
ISBN-10 9781259298974
Release 2015-09-11
Pages 672
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Human Relations in Organizations Applications and Skill Building has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Human Relations in Organizations Applications and Skill Building also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Human Relations in Organizations Applications and Skill Building book for free.



Leadership Theory Application Skill Development

Leadership  Theory  Application    Skill Development Author Robert N. Lussier
ISBN-10 9781305465077
Release 2015-01-01
Pages 528
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The most practical leadership textbook on the market, LEADERSHIP 6e uses a unique three-pronged approach to teach leadership concepts and theory. The authors combine traditional theory with cutting-edge leadership topics in a concise presentation packed with real-world examples. The text puts students in the leadership role, engaging them in applying the concepts and providing step-by-step behavior models for effectively handling leadership functions. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management Author Yousif Maalderink
ISBN-10 1503300110
Release 2014-11-20
Pages 88
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Human Resource Management (HRM) is the function within an organization that focuses on recruitment of, management of, and providing direction for the people who work in the organization. HRM can also be performed by line managers. HRM is the organizational function that deals with issues related to people such as compensation, hiring, performance management, organization development, safety, wellness, benefits, employee motivation, communication, administration, and training. HRM is also a strategic and comprehensive approach to managing people and the workplace culture and environment. Effective HRM enables employees to contribute effectively and productively to the overall company direction and the accomplishment of the organization's goals and objectives. Human Resource Management 9 1.1 Meaning of Human Resources 9 1.2 Human resource functions 9 1.3 Organization culture 9 1.4 Human resource activities in management 10 1.5 HR specialists 11 1.6 Strategic aspects of HRM 12 1.7 The HR manager 12 1.8 Industrial relations 13 1.9 The role of HR department 13 1.10 Effects of a good HR policy 15 1.11 Responsibilities of HR department 15 2 Manpower planning, recruitment and selection 18 2.1 Expansion of organization 18 2.2 HR or manpower planning 18 2.3 Self-regulatory manpower control 21 Problems caused by expansion of organization 22 2.5 Scientific management 22 2.6 Organization and Method Studies (O & M Studies) 23 2.7 Recruitment 24 2.8 Policy of recruitment 24 2.9 Recruitment process 26 2.10 Selection 30 3 Induction, Training and Employee Development 34 3.1 Induction 34 3.2 Training and development 36 3.3 Need and benefits of training 36 3.4 Types of training programmes 37 3.5 Training and development methods 38 3.6 Characteristics of a good training programme 38 3.7 Designing the training programme 39 3.8 Evaluation of training 40 4 Health, Safety, Security and Welfare 43 4.1 HR department's responsibilities 43 Fire prevention and fire fighting 46 4.3 Medical facilities 48 4.4 Safety and security officers 49 4.5 Prevention of theft and pilfering 49 4.6 Employee welfare 49 5 Motivation, Employee Counseling, Resignations and Retirement 52 5.1 Motivation 52 5.2 Style of management 52 5.3 Changes in management attitudes 53 5.4 Contributors and theorists 53 5.5 Motivation strategies 57 5.6 Managerial styles in HR management 59 5.7 Disciplinary action 59 5.8 Employee counseling 60 5.9 Equal Opportunity Policy 61 5.10 Resignations 62 5.11 Retirement 63 Executive Education 6 Performance Appraisal 64 6.1 Purpose of Performance Appraisal 64 6.2 Importance of Performance Appraisal 65 6.3 Steps in Appraisal 65 6.4 Methods, techniques and tools 66 7 Remuneration 75 7.1 Remuneration policy 75 7.2 Systems of remuneration 76 7 .3 Standard employee benefits 77 8 Personnel Records and Statistics 79 8 .1 Need for Personnel Records 79 8.2 Information in Personnel Records 79 8.3 Formats of Personnel Records 80 8.4 Reports 83 8.5 Learning Organizations 84 9 Industrial Relations 85 9.1 Trade Unions 85 9.2 Collective bargaining 85 9.3 Industrial action 85 9.4 Joint consultation 86 9.5 Staff Associations 86 9.6 The Role of HR Manager 86 10 References 87



Cases in Human Resource Management

Cases in Human Resource Management Author David Kimball
ISBN-10 9781506332154
Release 2015-09-21
Pages 104
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Cases in Human Resource Management provides students with insights into common challenges, dilemmas, and issues human resource managers face in the workplace. Using a wide variety of well-known companies and organizations, author David Kimball engages students with original, real-world cases that illustrate HRM topics and functions in action. Each case is designed to encourage students to find new solutions to human resource issues and to stimulate class discussion. Case questions challenge students to think critically, apply concepts, and develop their HRM skills. The contents are organized using the same topical coverage and structure as most HRM textbooks, making Kimball the ideal companion for any introductory HRM course.



Blackwell Cases in Human Resource and Change Management

Blackwell Cases in Human Resource and Change Management Author John Storey
ISBN-10 0631197524
Release 1996-05-01
Pages 388
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Containing 26 entirely new cases from a wide range of countries, Blackwell Cases in Human Resource and Change Management vividly captures the crucial contemporary issues and trends in HR and strategic change management. Drawing on in-depth research by leading authorities in the field, each case, accompanied by analyses and lists of further readings, offers real life illustrations of modern theory and practice and includes pertinent discussion questions for students. In addition to all of the 'core' areas of resourcing, developing, IR, and equal opportunities, there is also coverage of process engineering, mergers and acquisitions, ways of limiting the need for redundancies and insight into how managers can learn to enact strategic change. Blackwell Cases in Human Resource and Change Management is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of HRM and change management.



Management

Management Author Robert N. Lussier
ISBN-10 0538851260
Release 1997-01-01
Pages 628
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Management: Concepts, Applications, Skill Development is the only book on the market that approaches the management curriculum in three ways: 1) management concepts, 2) application of management concepts, and 3) development of management skills. This approach gives students a basic background and understanding of the concepts of management while also preparing them to put what they learn into practice in the workplace.



From Management to Leadership

From Management to Leadership Author Jo Manion
ISBN-10 111801555X
Release 2011-03-03
Pages 416
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From Management to Leadership identifies the fundamental interpersonal skills that every health care leader (and aspiring leader) needs to develop in order to be a successful executive or manager. The third edition of the classic text offers suggestions for developing and improving essential health care leadership skills. Written to be a practical guide, the book presents concepts and skills that can be immediately applied to everyday situations. Completely revised and updated, this edition includes new concepts and resources based on the latest research and practices. Praise for the Third Edition of From Management to Leadership "As leaders, we want engagement, commitment, ownership, teamwork, and results. Jo Manion illuminates the interpersonal skills that are pivotal. She provides the how in a way that's convincing, refreshing, mind-stretching, and practical." —Wendy Leebov, EdD, president, Wendy Leebov and Associates "This third edition continues the tradition of enumerating the incisive and articulate response of leaders to the complexities of the age and of the necessary recalibration of the leader's role. I encourage contemporary leaders to see this text as a must have in their leadership library: I certainly have it in mine!" —Tim Porter-O'Grady, DM, EdD, ScD(h), APRN, FAAN, senior partner, Tim Porter-O'Grady Associates, Inc. and associate professor, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Arizona State University "Finally, a book that addresses the need for health care leaders and aspiring leaders to be much more than good managers. This book gives practical, concrete, and insightful strategies to becoming a great leader." —Katherine W. Vestal, RN, PhD, FACHE, FAAN, president, Work Innovations LLC Companion Web site: www.josseybass.com/go/manion



Employee Selection

Employee Selection Author Lilly M. Berry
ISBN-10 0534580955
Release 2002-08-01
Pages 506
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This book takes a clear psychological perspective on personnel selection and provides students with detailed information about attracting, selecting, and retaining individuals in the working environment.



STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCES FRAMEWORKS FOR GENERAL MANAGERS

STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCES  FRAMEWORKS FOR GENERAL MANAGERS Author James N. Baron
ISBN-10
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 624
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Market_Desc: General Managers, HR Managers, Graduate Level Students and Professors interested in Strategic HR Issues. Special Features: · Provides conceptual tools and frameworks to organize one's thinking about strategic human resource concerns.· Looks at HRM from a strategic point of view, taking the position managers should mold their decisions regarding technology, structure, strategy, plant siting, and the like to the company's HRM system. About The Book: Human Resources are the most important resource that a firm commands and should be regarded as capital, a factor of production in which managers invest today in order to realize future profits. This book deals with the strategic implications of Human Resource Management as an important strategic asset and emphasizes its importance within the overall strategy of the firm. The book covers issues such as job design, evaluation, recruitment, training, career concern, and outsourcing and downsizing. The linkage between the various pieces of HRM policy are stressed and how the policies are related to management issues such as TQM, just-in-time manufacturing, and others. The book is aimed at the general manager, not the HRM practitioner and it stresses conceptual frameworks, not procedural methodology.



Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management Author Robert L. Mathis
ISBN-10 9781305856189
Release 2016-01-22
Pages 672
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Prepare for career and HR success with the text that has set the standard for excellence in human resource management. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 15th Edition, offers the most current look at HRM and its impact on the success of organizations today. A leading resource in preparing for professional HR certification, this edition ensures you address all major topics for the various professional examinations given by the Society for Human Resource Management and the Human Resource Certification Institute. The latest HR research and an effective blend of solid theory and contemporary practice highlight emerging trends driving change in HRM today, including technology, globalization, competencies and HR metrics. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Human Resource Management Applications Cases Exercises Incidents and Skill Builders

Human Resource Management Applications  Cases  Exercises  Incidents  and Skill Builders Author Stella M. Nkomo
ISBN-10 9781133170471
Release 2010-09-29
Pages 320
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Strengthen your students' understanding of today's important human resource issues and equip them with the skills to overcome current practical HRM challenges when you supplement your course with the latest edition of Nkomo/Fottler/McAfee's unique HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS: CASES, EXERCISES, INCIDENTS, AND SKILL BUILDERS, 7E. This one-of-a-kind, single source brings contemporary human resource management cases, focused exercises, timely incidents and proven skill builders together. You save significant preparation time, while your students gain hands-on experience critical. A new Correlation Chart in the revised Instructor's Manual corresponds with other leading Cengage Learning introductory HR texts makes this edition's valuable cases and applications easy to integrate into your introductory HR course. An emphasis on problem solving and decision making throughout the exercises make HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS, 7E ideal for any level of study. New and updated cases and applications drawn from actual current events highlight a variety of organizations and industries, including today's growing service sector. The book reinforces topics most critical to today's HR manager as it helps you strengthen your students' hands-on experience to better meet the challenges of HRM today. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Encyclopedia of Human Resources Information Systems Challenges in e HRM

Encyclopedia of Human Resources Information Systems  Challenges in e HRM Author Torres-Coronas, Teresa
ISBN-10 9781599048840
Release 2008-07-31
Pages 918
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Analyzes key critical HR variables and defines previously undiscovered issues in the HR field.