Managing Human Resources in Small & Mid-Sized Companies

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AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn, Feb 13, 2005 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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There is a glut of human resources books aimed at large companies. But Managing Human Resources in Small and Mid-Sized Companies remains the only book to address the unique challenges confronting organizations in the 100 to 1,500 employee range.

And it is now completely updated to reflect current legal requirements, compensation trends, advances in information management, and much more. This comprehensive, clearly written guide shows readers how to:

* set up or expand a human resources department

* recruit, interview, select, and orient new employees

* establish compensation, benefits, and performance appraisal programs

 

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Contents

The Human Resources Function in Small and MidSized
29
Human Resources and the Law
53
The Employment Process
75
Preemployment and Employment Testing
118
Compensation
154
Performance Appraisals
170
Benefits Administration
193
Employee Relations
222
Records Maintenance and Information Management
268
Employee Services and Activities
283
Appendixes
299
JobPosting Notice Form
305
G Interview Evaluation Form
316
Exempt Performance Appraisal Form
323
J Sample First Written Warning
329
Copyright

Training and Development
244

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About the author (2005)

DIANE ARTHUR (Northport, NY) is president of Arthur Associates Management Consultants Ltd., specialists in human resources development. She is the author of Employee Recruitment and Retention Handbook and of Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting, and Orienting New Employees (both AMACOM).

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