Managing Human Resources

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Business & Economics - 639 pages
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For undergraduate or graduate level Introduction to Human Resource Management courses. This book covers all of the core HR topics, while taking a "non-functional" approach that shows the relevance of HR topics to all employees.

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Contents

Introduction
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You Manage It CustomerDriven HR Case 8
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You Manage It Discussion Case 11
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Research and interests are in the area of human resource management. Research areas include performance management, affect, and effective management in today's organizational environments. Dr. Cardy's work on management focuses on the design of management systems that will be effective in today/s dynamic environments. His work on appraisal has emphasized cognitive and affective factors in the appraisal process.

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