Human Resource Management

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FT Prentice Hall, 2005 - Business & Economics - 810 pages
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Drawing on the latest research, this classic text provides a thorough coverage of all the main areas of human resource management practice.

The book is written from a practical management perspective in a clear and engaging style. It includes full coverage of operational issues and introduces the major academic debates of relevance to the field.

Suitable for modules on HRM and students following the CIPD syllabus

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Stephen Wallace Taylor and Matthew Jennings, history professors at Middle Georgia State College, have selected striking and poignant images from several repositories to tell Macon's story. The narratives, images, and captions attempt to express the soul of the city. Macon is looking forward, no doubt. But as it does so, the city must come to grips with the challenges of the past, even as it revels in former glories. This illustrated history conveys that beautiful struggle and shows the real Macon.

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