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Managing Human Resources : A Partner Perspective

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Edition:
7th
ISBN13:

9780324004151

ISBN10:
032400415X
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/14/1999
Publisher(s):
South-Western College Pub
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Summary

By embracing the seventh edition of Managing Human Resources: A Partnership Perspective, 7e students capture the excitement of this dynamic field in an interactive and tightly integrated text. Managing human resources effectively requires mutual understanding and collaboration among HR professionals, managers, and all other employees. In this edition, the authors encourage such collaboration by clearly presenting principles for effectively managing human resources and also explaining the different HR roles and responsibilities of the three primary HR partners. Together, these HR partners can develop and implement an approach to human resource management that satisfies the needs of the organization as well as the multiple external stakeholders who ultimately determine its success.

Table of Contents

Managing Human Resources for Competitive Advantagep. 1
The Environmental Context for Managing Human Resourcesp. 46
Managing Employees Fairlyp. 86
The Internal Environment: Creating Strategic Alignmentp. 127
Organizational Change and Learningp. 176
Job and Organizational Analysis: Understanding the Work To Be Donep. 215
Recruitment: Attracting Qualified Candidatesp. 256
Selection and Placement: Choosing the Workforcep. 299
Socialization, Training, and Development: Ensuring Workforce Capabilityp. 348
Total Compensation: Developing an Overall Approachp. 397
Performance Management: Appraisal and Feedbackp. 450
Performance Management: Rewarding Employees' Contributionsp. 499
Indirect Compensation: Providing Benefits and Servicesp. 542
Occupational Safety and Health: Managing the Incidence of Deaths, Injuries, and Diseasesp. 579
Unionization and Collective Bargaining: Negotiating the Employment Contractp. 610
The HR Professionp. 649
End-of-Text Case: Southwest Airlines: Can Luv Rule the World?p. 683
End-of-Text Case: Aid Association for Lutheransp. 699
End-of-Text Case: The Lincoln Electric Companyp. 715
Legislation, Court and NLRB Decisions Affecting Human Resource Managementp. 736
Statistics for Managing Human Resourcesp. 746
Glossary of Web Site Linksp. 756
Indexp. 762
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