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Updated in a new 5th edition, Public Personnel Management,by Norma M. Riccucci,#xA0;is a concise and accessible reader containing all original articles addressing the most current issues in public personnel management.#xA0;#xA0;Written expressly for the text by leading scholars, all of the articles are either new to this edition or substantially revised. Each article focuses on specific#x13;often controversial#x13;issues in public personal management, such as comparative personnel management, pensions, sexuality, health, succession planning, unions, and the multi-generational workforce.
Table of Contents
|Public Human Resource Management: How We Get Where We Are Today||p. 1|
|Building Public HRM Capacity in Fragile and Transitional States: Linking Theory, Research, Practice, and Teaching||p. 14|
|Generational Differences and the Public Sector Workforce||p. 28|
|Affirmative Action and the Law||p. 39|
|Diversity and Cultural Competency||p. 50|
|Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Employees in the Public Sector Workforce||p. 60|
|Chronic Health Issues and the Public Workplace||p. 77|
|Public Employee Unions in a New Era||p. 95|
|Public Employees' Liability for ˘Constitutional Torts÷||p. 104|
|Strategic Human Resource Management||p. 120|
|Hiring in the Federal Government: Balancing Technical, Managerial, and Political Imperatives||p. 135|
|The Challenges of Succession Planning in Turbulent Times||p. 148|
|Public Sector Pensions and Benefits: Challenges in a New Environment||p. 157|
|Managing Human Resources to Improve Organizational Productivity: The Role of Performance Evaluation||p. 173|
|Privatized Prisons and Unions: Personnel Management Implications||p. 186|
|Human Resources Management in Nonprofit Organizations||p. 196|
|Ethics Management and Training||p. 213|
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