Human Resources Management

Paperback | February 1, 2008

byPiet S. Nel, A. Werner, G. D. Haasbroek

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A leading introductory text on Human Resources Management for undergraduate university, private college, and university of technology students. Human Resources Management 7e uses a tried-and-tested formula for applying theory in a punchy, yet practical way. The theory is simply explained,providing relevant examples and applications from the South African workplace, illustrating what people management is all about.

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A leading introductory text on Human Resources Management for undergraduate university, private college, and university of technology students. Human Resources Management 7e uses a tried-and-tested formula for applying theory in a punchy, yet practical way. The theory is simply explained,providing relevant examples and applications fro...

Piet S. Nel is the Head of the Department of Business Management at the University of Pretoria.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:640 pages, 9.49 × 6.69 × 1.46 inPublished:February 1, 2008Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195981219

ISBN - 13:9780195981216

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Part I: General Introduction and Basic Knowledge Prerequisite to Human Resources Management1. Introduction to human resources management2. The individual employee and psychological contracts3. Quality assurance and adding value when managing human resourcesPart II: Human Resources and the Legislative Environment4. Employment law impacting on employment relationships5. Interdepency between employment relations and human resources management6. Employment equity and diversity managementPart III: Stafing the Organisation and Maintaining People7. Job analysis8. Workforce planning and recruitment9. Selection10. Induction and staffing decisions11. Compensation management12. Health and safety managementPart IV: Behavioural Aspects of Human Resources Management13. Motivation14. Leadership15. Groups and teamworkPart V: Employee, Group and Organisational Empowerment Through Human Resources Management Interventions16. Job and organisational design17. National level skills development issues18. Training and development of employees and career management at organisational level19. Performance management20. Organisational renewal and change managementPart VI: Strategic and International Human Resources Management21. Interdependency between organisation strategy and strategic human resources management22. Human resources information systems23. International human resources management24. The future of human resources management