Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, 2005 - Personnel management - 458 pages
Fundamentals of Human Resource Management is geared towards the practical application of HR theory--how HR applies to the 'real world', as opposed to being heavily theoretical. Issues such as strategy are reduced to give a greater focus on how human resources is used in the everyday work environment. This is a key concepts text that gives you all the essential material and is focused on skill-based applications and experiential material while still relevant in the higher level markets. The US authors are internationally known and are recognized for research contributions in their respective areas of specialization.Strong case material offers a distinct advantage, responding to the need for instructors to supplement their courses with real world applications.Fundamentals of Human Resource Management provides instructors with a robust ancillary package. A comprehensive instructor’s manual, test bank (in the new EZ Test software program), PowerPoint presentations and a complete Online Learning Centre that make course preparation easy and readily available. For students, the opportunity to enhance skill sets and practice in an experiential environment will be most beneficial for HRM studies.
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