Human resource management

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McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2001 - Business & Economics - 622 pages
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Human Resource Management (HRM) takes a managerial orientation; and is viewed as being relevant to managers in every unit, project, or team. Managers are constantly faced with HRM issues, problems, and decision making and the text's primary goal is to show how each manager must be a human resource problem solver and diagnostician. This book pays attention to the application of HRM approaches in "real organizational" settings and situations. Realism, understanding, and critical thinking were important in the revision. Users have continuously been satisfied with the consistent writing style and level of presentation.

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User Review  - chauvetp - LibraryThing

Very good overview of the various topics in Human Resource Management. The book was very readable, and divided up in a way as to promote (at least in me) recall of the topics in a better way than most course textbooks I've read. Highly recommended (from a student's standpoint at least). Read full review

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STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF HRM
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METHODS
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