Frontline HR: A Handbook for the Emerging Manager
In many companies, the human resource component of a line manager/supervisor position is at least 50 percent of total responsibilities. But managers and supervisors often find themselves overwhelmed by — or even ill-prepared for — the responsibility of having to select, train, evaluate, discipline, and reward their direct reports. Written especially for the emerging manager, Frontline HR provides an excellent guide to successfully navigate through the challenges of supervising employees.
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The Human Resources Role for Emerging Managers
The Legal HR Challenge
Effective Job Analyses
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