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Human Resource Management: Principles And Practice Is Designed To Provide A Comprehensive Introduction To The Subject. It Is A Student-Oriented Textbook As It Satisfies The Requirements Of Students For An Exhaustive Exposure To The Principles And Practice
Reflecting the global nature of the workplace with its use of real-world examples, this is a critical introduction to the world of HRM that goes beyond a prescriptive, how-to approach to prepares you for your HR career.
This comprehensive book covers new point / counterpoint boxes, in every chapter that focus on areas of controversy within HRM. HR Legal Briefs sections call attention to important legal issues. Similarly, HR Tech Talk inserts look at how different innovations have affected HR practices. Other inserts include HR around the Globe and HR in the Twenty-First century. Chapter-opening cases focus on a recent event, issue or trend that illustrates key concepts. A more detailed case appears at the end of each chapter. Chapter Summary and Review & Discussion questions along with ethical dilemmas in HRM are provided at the end of each chapter. I. An Overview of Human Resource Management II. The Environment of Human Resource Management III. Staffing the Organization IV. Enhancing Motivation and Performance V. Compensating and Rewarding the Workforce VI. Managing the Existing Workforce
Written by experts in the field, this well-established book covers the core fundamentals of HRM and examines contemporary issues such as work-place bullying, flexibility and emotion at work.
Once thought of simply as the place where employee records are kept, today's human resources department has evolved into a manager of human capital. However, HR faces challengesamong them providing necessary services at competitive cost, enhancing productivity, and justifying budgets at a time when outsourcing firms threaten its very existence. Now more than ever, HR needs to position itself as a value-added partner that contributes to the strategic goals of its organization. This Third Edition of a human resources classic is the only book to provide a proven, quantifiable method for accurately measuring the productivity of all major HR functions. How to Measure Human Resources Management is nothing short of a must-have for HR managersa tool that allows you to gauge the effectiveness of your department and communicate with senior management in the quantitative business language they understand. Thoroughly revised, this practical guide offers new chapters that show how to measure: Intellectual capital The effectiveness of the HR Web site: the employee handbook, retirement and benefits information, etc. HR call centers and service centers Now you can accurately measure virtually anything that needs measuring, from a specific task to the way your entire department is organized. You'll see how to support your managerial decisionsfrom how much HR staff is needed to how much to spend on HR serviceswith hard numbers obtained from easy-to-apply formulas and benchmark database examples. Authors Jac Fitz-enz and Barbara Davison expertly demonstrate how you can: Evaluate all your human resources activities and costs, including: staffing, training, HRIS services, employee turnover, employee absence control, and the pay and benefits system Collect data on costs, time, and the quantity and quality of work The book includes another new chapter on employee communicationswhich is at the heart of leading the new employeeas well as expanded coverage of the role of technology, now the driving force in HR management. The authors also offer guidance in linking HR activities to business objectives and, ultimately, to the organization's goals. In addition, they examine the future direction of HR and its likely prospects, problems, and payoffs in the new millennium. Direct, easy-to-follow, and remarkably insightful, How to Measure Human Resources Management is a resource no HR manager can afford to be without. Protect your HR department and prove its value with a measurement system that works Is it cost-effective to add staff in a given area? Does a training program have a positive impact on costs and sales? How can you increase employee satisfaction and also benefit the organization? At a time when human resources managers are under great pressure to accurately measure job performance, defend their budgets against outsourcing, and even justify their own existence, answering questions like these is a necessary yet often difficult challenge. How to Measure Human Resources Management is designed to help HR managers confidently measure all major personnel functions and make tough decisions. From hiring and staffing, to compensation and benefits, to training and development, to employee relations and retention programs and more, you'll see how to better measure and manage overall HR productivity and serviceconfirming your role in giving your company a competitive edge. This completely updated Third Edition of a classic HR text provides a wealth of new information, including: Measuring intellectual capital and Web-based HR systems Connecting compensation to revenues and expenses Keeping management satisfied with the hiring process Assessing the value of outsourcing and call centers Measuring the effect of leadership and management development Understanding the costs of and reasons for absenteeism and turnover Use How to Measure Human Resources Management to show top management in quantitative terms how the HR function contributes to your company's bottom line.
Organisations are created, managed, and they excel by human beings despite the enabling process of technology. There is no substitute for the human brain. Human resource is the most important and crucial among all other resources in the organizational context. Of late, in the fast-changing business environment, there is a paradigm shift in terms of the role and function of the human resource professional. Human resource management has become more strategic in the function directly linking to the overall business strategy of the organization. The ultimate aim is to improve organizational performance. The sixth edition of this book, thoroughly revised and updated, continues to educate the students on the HRM concepts, keeping its readers abreast with the fast-changing business environment. The author has incorporated the latest research, applications and experiments with a judicious balance between theory and practice. Primarily designed for the students of Management, Commerce, Personnel Management and Industrial Relations and related fields, this compact yet concise text provides ample literature on this subject elaborating a clear understanding of the principles of human resource management. NEW TO SIXTH EDITION • Chapterisation as per Harvard Framework • All the chapters have been thoroughly updated, revised and completely reworked • Incorporation of latest developments in each segment of HR • Addition of learning objectives in each chapter • Inclusion of New age HR practices • New practices, models, illustrations and examples have enhanced the concepts explained • New Indian cases have been inserted TARGET AUDIENCE Students of Management, Commerce, Personnel Management and Industrial Relations and related fields
Managing People in Sport Organizations provides a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of managing people within a strategic framework. This revised and updated second edition examines a range of strategic human resource management approaches that can be used by sport organizations to respond to contemporary challenges and to develop a sustainable performance culture. Drawing on well-established conceptual frameworks and current empirical research, the book systematically covers every key area of HRM theory and practice, including: recruitment training and development performance management and appraisal motivation and reward organizational culture employee relations diversity managing change This new edition also includes expanded coverage of social media, volunteers, and individuals within organizations, and is supported with a new companion website carrying additional resources for students and instructors, including PowerPoint slides, exam questions and useful web links. No other book offers such an up-to-date introduction to core concepts and key professional skills in HRM in sport, and therefore Managing People in Sport Organizations is essential reading for any sport management student or any HR professional working in sport.