Public Personnel Management

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Routledge, Jul 14, 2015 - Political Science - 240 pages
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Updated in a new 5th edition, Public Personnel Management, by Norma M. Riccucci, is a concise and accessible reader containing all original articles addressing the most current issues in public personnel management. Written expressly for the text by leading scholars, all of the articles are either new to this edition or substantially revised. Each article focuses on specific-often controversial-issues in public personal management, such as comparative personnel management, pensions, sexuality, health, succession planning, unions, and the multi-generational workforce.
 

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Contents

How We Get Where We Are Today
1
Linking Theory Research Practice and Teaching
14
Chapter 3 Generational Differences and the Public Sector Workforce
28
Chapter 4 Affirmative Action and the Law
39
Chapter 5 Diversity and Cultural Competency
50
Chapter 6 Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgendered Employees in the Public Sector Workforce
60
Chapter 7 Chronic Health Issues and the Public Workplace
77
Chapter 8 Public Employee Unions in a New Era
95
Balancing Technical Managerial and Political Imperatives
135
Chapter 12 The Challenges of Succession Planning in Turbulent Times
148
Challenges in a New Environment
157
The Role of Performance Evaluation
173
Personnel Management Implications
186
Chapter 16 Human Resources Management in Nonprofit Organizations
196
Chapter 17 Ethics Management and Training
213
Index
228

Chapter 9 Public Employees Liability for Constitutional Torts
104
Chapter 10 Strategic Human Resource Management
120

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Norma M. Riccucci is Professor at Rutgers University, USA.

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