Human Resource Management: An Experiential Approach

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 722 pages
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A combined human resources management text with original experiential exercises, this unique offering is directly compatible with the recent AACSB emphasis on developing student skills and competencies. The text covers all core areas of the HRM curriculum and includes a minimum of two experiential exercises per chapter. These class-tested exercises are designed to encourage students to address current challenges and issues in various organizational settings as they seek to improve HRM practices in each of the areas covered by the course.

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Contents

The Activities of HRM
12
1 An Interview with an
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COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
35
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H. John Bernardin is University Professor of Research in the College of Business at Florida Atlantic University. He is the coeditor of the Human Resource Management Review and has authored and edited 4 books and over 100 articles. Professor Bernardin is the former chair of the Division of Personnel/Human Resources of the National Academy of Management.

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