Human Resource Management

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By Joshua Rueda
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This  comprehensive study guide  includes: Quick Overview  Find out what's inside this guide! Test-Taking Strategies  Learn the best tips to help overcome your exam! Introduction  Get a thorough breakdown of what the test is and what's on it! Subarea I-Business Management  Responsibilities and Knowledge of Subarea II-Talent Planning and Acquisition  Responsibilities and Knowledge of Subarea III-Learning and Development  Responsibilities and Knowledge of Subarea IV-Total Rewards  Responsibilities and Knowledge of Subarea V-Employee and Labor Relations  Responsibilities and Knowledge of Practice Questions  Practice makes perfect! Detailed Answer Explanations  Figure out where you went wrong and how to improve! Studying can be hard. We get it. That's why we created this guide with these great features and benefits
AuthorJoshua Rueda BindingPaperback
Test Prep Books' PHR Study Guide 2022-2023: PHR Exam Prep Book and Practice Test Questions [7th Edition] Made by Test Prep Books experts for test takers trying to achieve a great score on the PHR exam This  comprehensive study guide  includes: Quick...
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With technical skills in ever increasing demand and software updates coming thick and fast, the need for technical training is rising rapidly.
AuthorCEdMA Europe BindingPaperback
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Corporate cultures, global mindsets, and employee priorities are changing, which means management and human resources departments must also evolve. To ensure teams are well crafted, motivated, and successful, managers and HR professionals must step outside their comfort zone and adapt to younger, newer ways of thinking--they must become Agile.
AuthorPia-Maria Thoren BindingPaperback
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Fundamentals of Human Resources Management supports human resources training for all students of management—not just HR managers. The text presents a wide range of HR topics within a single semester of material and a wealth of functional examples and applications. Fundamentals is also the first text of its kind to make talent management processes a core study. This fourth edition has been updated with practical personnel techniques, real company examples and new material on business sustainability—and each chapter now touches on important recurring themes in management, including employee engagement tactics, small/global business management, employment law features and positive employee relations.
AuthorDessler Gary BindingPaperback
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By Prasanta Choudhury
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What are the qualities, besides intelligence, education and experience that successful leaders possess? How do they create an environment where people are able to give their best performance? The book explains the concept of Emotional Intelligence, highlighting these qualities of successful...
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By Ashwin Kamble
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British East India Company inspired me to study Human Resource practices which were established by them, and even after 300 years so many practices are still followed by Modern Human Resource Management. The company was a pioneer to set up the practices of Recruitment, Learning and Development, Training, Salary and Allowances, Leaves, Gratuity, Pension, Welfare of Employees. The book elaborates these practices.    The company evolved a hierarchical model of management that is still followed by today’s Multinational & National Companies. In sixteenth century England, chartered companies brought together a group of merchants, seamen, adventurers and politicians in order to buy and sell goods on a common platform. The idea of pooling resources, however, went back to the medieval guild a commercial body of merchants who made rules for trade to maintain that developed skilled workforce with innovative Human Resource Management practices. The East India Company came to India for trading. For establishing themselves in India, they required trained manpower to administer the control area of company. They started recruitment at England and Hindustan and started Colleges and Training centers at both places. The company had a well maintained policy of Recruitment, Compensation, Training, Reward, Retention, and Welfare on the Employment and Post Retirement as well as in case of Death or Injured cases at the time of war. The modern companies are, indeed a child of the East India Company and there is much to learn from the mother’s failures and successes.
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By S. B. Sharan
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Human Resources are the only strategic and dynamic assets of an organization. Management, as a process, involves planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling activities that facilitate te achievements of an organization’s objectives.
AuthorS. B. Sharan BindingPaperback
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