Effective management of human resource
Human Resource Is The Key Factor In All Organizations. Human Resource Management May Be Defined As The Process Of Developing, Applying And Evaluating Policies, Procedures. Methods And Programmes Relating To The Individual In The Organization.Human Resource Planning (Hrp) Can Help Management In Making Decisions In The Areas Of Recruitment, Avoidance Of Redundancies, Training Numbers, And Categories, Management Development, Estimates Of Labour Costs, Productivity Bargaining, Accommodation Requirements Etc.The Present Book Contains Very Useful And Succinct Information Judiciously Gathered From Authoritative Sources. Human Resources Management, Leadership Motivation, Training, Organization, Employee Selection, Human Resource Planning, Employee Selection, Managing Worker Participation And Many More Topics Are Competently Explained In This Book.
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Human Resources Management
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