Strategic Human Resource Management
Wiley, Nov 20, 1984 - Business & Economics - 499 pages
The first book to examine the strategic and planning importance of the management of human resources. Prominent authors address current trends and business responses, the practices and methodology of human resource systems, and those issues likely to be of greatest importance in the future. Chapters detailing the use of HRM by companies such as Chase Manhattan, GM, GE, and Westinghouse point out the implications and limitations of the concepts discussed.
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