IRS Best Practice in HR Handbook
Routledge, 2003 - Business & Economics - 678 pages
This handbook provides HR professionals with a comprehensive desktop reference guide to best practice.
It draws on new and exciting IRS research, surveys and case studies and has been written in a practical way making full use of checklists and examples.
Providing best-practice guidelines from named organizations, this new handbook is designed to show you how to approach a wide range of HR and related areas.
The handbook also gives you compliance material in an easy-to-use format, clarifying what the law requires.
* Provides best practice across a broad range of organizations
* Includes compliance material in an easy to use format
* Practical examples utilising case-studies and checklists
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1 Filling your vacancies
2 Costeffective selection
3 Using electronic media effectively
4 Checking candidates backgrounds
5 Induction training and development
6 Pay and benefits and other terms and conditions
7 Retaining the best staff
8 Employee involvement and representation
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