Essentials Of Managing Human Resources by Eileen StewartEssentials Of Managing Human Resources by Eileen Stewart

Essentials Of Managing Human Resources

byEileen Stewart, Monica Belcourt, Catherine FitzGerald

Paperback | January 4, 2013

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Essentials of Managing Human Resources Fifth Canadian Edition is written for students who will become (or are) supervisors and line managers and HR professionals. Since the text covers the major human resources management processes and systems, it will provide a good overview if you are thinking about moving into the HR profession. The book has been authored by experienced instructors recognized by students for many years for their excellence in teaching and facilitating learning. The authors are also active HR practitioners who share business stories throughout the text to make the materials interesting for students. Essentials is a shorter and a more relevant book for general business students with simpler language. Finally, this book is designed to cover all the materials you will need for a good general understanding of all the HR activities in a company, as well as your role in managing people. It shows how theory applies to managers and HR practices in the 21st century. Further, the book has stories about all types of organizations: profit, non-profit/voluntary, public sector; those that are unionized and non-unionized; and those that are small and large.
Eileen Stewart teaches part-time at the British Columbia Institute of Technology, where she was program head, Human Resource Management Programs, for a number of years. She is a senior human resources professional with extensive experience in all areas of human resources management, including labour relations in both the public and pri...
Title:Essentials Of Managing Human ResourcesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:427 pages, 10.88 × 8.44 × 0.63 inPublished:January 4, 2013Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0176506926

ISBN - 13:9780176506926


Table of Contents

Brief ContentsPreface About the Authors Part One: HRM Challenges and the Legal ContextChapter 1: The Challenges of HRM Chapter 2: The Legal Framework of HRMPart Two: Attracting and Selecting People for the OrganizationChapter 3: Defining and Designing the Work Chapter 4: Human Resource Planning, Recruitment, and Selection Part Three: Developing People in the OrganizationChapter 5: Orientation, Training, and Development Chapter 6: Managing Performance Chapter 7: Rewarding and Recognizing Employees Part Four: Employee RelationsChapter 8: Creating a Safe and Healthy Work Environment Chapter 9: Management Rights, Employee Rights, and Discipline Chapter 10: Labour Relations and Collective Bargaining Chapter 11: International Human Resources Management Glossary Name and Organization IndexSubject Index