Managing Human Resources
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Business & Economics - 639 pages
For undergraduate or graduate level Introduction to Human Resource Management courses. This book covers all of the core HR topics, while taking a "non-functional" approach that shows the relevance of HR topics to all employees.
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35-hour workweek affirmative action African Americans Americans applicants Asian Americans assessment behavior benefits career development challenges Chapter communication company's compensation corporate costs Critical Thinking Questions culture customers decisions designed disabilities discrimination diversity EEOC effective employee's employees employment environment ethical evaluation example executives Experiential Exercise feedback Figure firm firm's flexibility goals health insurance Hewlett-Packard hiring Hispanic HR department HR strategies human resources identify important improve incentives individual interview issues job analysis job description labor relations Latinos layoff Manager's Notebook managers motivation OFCCP offshore outsourcing organization organizational OSHA outsourcing percent performance appraisal person position problems programs recruitment requires responsibility retirement rewards safety salary selection sexual harassment skills Source specific supervisors tasks Team Exercise telecommuting tion turnover union United Wal-Mart women workers workforce workplace workplace bullying