Modern Human Relations at Work
With its balanced mix of theory and practice, as well as current coverage of emerging trends and topics, MODERN HUMAN RELATIONS AT WORK is a pre-eminent textbook for introducing students and novice practitioners to the field. Author Kathryn W. Hegar provides many practical examples and techniques, as well as experiential and application-oriented exercises to show how human relations concepts and skills can increase productivity and job satisfaction in the workplace. The 11th edition's 14 chapters are brimming with self-assessment and self-study tools. The course material flows from the human element to the work environment and then focuses on the methods and techniques for achieving an effective fit between people and organizational systems.
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