Managing human resources

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Thomson/South-Western, 2004 - Business & Economics - 794 pages
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The best-seller Managing Human Resources covers all aspects of human resource management and its impact on both individuals and organizations. The text builds on a foundation of research and theory, taking a practical approach focusing on critical issues and successful practices. Users and reviewers of the text praise its pleasant writing style, user-friendly design, and highly effective examples. In fact, over 500 different organizations from a variety of settings are used as examples to illustrate key points. The Highlights in HRM examples provide exact illustrations of organizational practices and policies. Important issues and critical trends are spotlighted in each chapter and reflected in the comprehensive and chapter ending cases included in the text. . Managing Human Resources balance of theory and practice, hands on activities, applications, and examples will helps learners develop the competencies to understand and help their organizations create a sustainable competitive advantage through people.

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Contents

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
1
PART HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN PERSPECTIVE
2
Major Uses for HR Information Systems
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Copyright

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About the author (2004)

George Bohlander is Professor Emeritus of Management at Arizona State University, where he taught human resources and labor relations classes. He received six outstanding teaching awards, including the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award presented by the College of Business and the ASU Parents Association Teaching Award given annually by the university. Dr. Bohlander has published more than 50 articles and monographs in professional and practitioner journals, such as National Productivity Review, HR Magazine, Employee Relations Law Journal, The Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Public Sector, and Labor Law Journal. He is also a consultant to public and private organizations and an active labor arbitrator. He received his M.B.A. from the University of Southern California and his Ph.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles.

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