248 pages, 9.22 × 6.3 × 0.73 in
September 4, 2002
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 081084379X
ISBN - 13: 9780810843790
About the Book
An essential guide for every school administrator, this text provides insightful discussion of the laws and policies currently structuring human resource management.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 1 Human Resource and Contract Management in the Public School Chapter 3 2 Collective Bargaining Chapter 4 3 The Collective Bargaining Process Chapter 5 4 Collective Bargaining and Controversy Chapter 6 5 Laws Affecting Human Resource Management Chapter 7 6 Planning and Recruitment Chapter 8 7 Review, Interview, and Selection Chapter 9 8 Welcoming New Employees Chapter 10 9 Supervision and Evaluation Chapter 11 10 Staff Development Chapter 12 11 Record Keeping and Reporting Chapter 13 Index Chapter 14 About the Authors
From the Publisher
Human resource management, an essential part of public school administration, is particularly vulnerable to legal interpretation and challenge. Like all other institutions that receive federal funds, public schools have a unique rulebook that sets the parameters for management, particularly with respect to human resource issues. This authoritative text is an essential resource for administrators. It will help new and experienced managers to navigate the practical and legal concerns likely to affect the many human resource functions including recruiting, hiring, and firing personnel; collective bargaining; staff development; and record keeping and reporting. The insightful discussion of the laws and policies currently structuring human resource management is augmented with examples of forms and procedures to be used in addressing particular hr functions. An Instructor's Manual has been developed to accompany this text.
About the Author
Bernadette Marczely is the director of the graduate program in Educational Supervision at Cleveland State University. David William Marczely is a licensed Ohio attorney with a background in both education and business.
This resource will help new and experienced school human resource managers navigate the practical and legal concerns likely to affect human resource functions, including recruiting, hiring, and firing personnel, collective bargaining, staff development, and record keeping and reporting.