Human Resource Management 6th
This authoritative text appeals to upper-level students, practicing managers, and HRM professionals who require a thorough grasp of the field's essential functional areas as well as emerging trends. Drawing on their extensive experience teaching abroad, the authors introduce international issues in the first chapter and provide ongoing discussion throughout the text. Instructors can discuss and revisit strategic HRM, ethics, utility (cost/benefit analysis), plus productivity and quality at any point.
Table of Contents :
PART I: THE HUMAN RESOURCE ENVIRONMENT
PART II: ACQUIRING AND PREPARING HUMAN RESOURCES
PART III: ASSESSING PERFORMANCE AND DEVELOPING EMPLOYEES
PART IV: COMPENSATING HUMAN RESOURCES
PART V: MEETING OTHER HR GOALS