A handbook of personnel management practice
This brand new edition of Kogan Page's best-selling textbook (formerly titled The Handbook of Personnel Management Practice) has been fully revised to reflect the Institute of Personnel and Development's current syllabus. As detailed and comprehensive as ever, the new edition includes such areas as Personnel and Development Management, Resourcing, Employee Development and Reward as well as Personnel, Development and Human, Resource Management Processes and Activities.
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The Basis and Evolution of Personnel
The Context of Personnel and Development Management
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achieve action action learning activities analysis approach areas assessment Attribution theory bargaining basis behaviour career cent Chapter collective bargaining commitment competence concept concerned consultants contribution costs culture David Guest decisions defined described effective employee development employee relations employment ensure factors flexibility formal goals grade health and safety identify implementation improve increase individual industrial relations integrated internal interview involved job analysis job enrichment job evaluation job holder learning line managers management development market rates ment motivation needs negotiating objectives operate organization organizational pay structure pendulum arbitration performance management personnel and development personnel function personnel management personnel specialists practice problems procedures programmes psychological contract quality circles recruitment redundancy relationships responsibility reward role schemes share option skills staff standards task team leaders theory tion trade unions values workers