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MyLab Management

Human Resource Management, Gobal Edition, 15/E (e-Book VS 12m)


By Gary Dessler

Descripción: Modern Human Resources: Technology, Social Media, and Management Human Resource Management provides students with the daily tools and skills they need to function as successful managers--in both human resources and business in general. With a practical approach, the text explores the evolution of the field, highlighting the introduction of revolutionary new technologies and social media platforms such as LinkedIn and cloud computing. The Fifteenth Edition focuses on the positive impacts technology has had on the HR field. The ability to vet potential employees on the Internet shifts more HR responsibilities to managers, leaving HR departments with more time to carry out strategic, long-term endeavors for boosting employee performance and engagement. With a heavy focus on emerging industry trends, the text prepares students with everything they need to be successful managers and HR personnel in the 21st century.

Contenido:

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION

1. Introduction to Human Resource Management

2. Equal Opportunity and the Law

3. The Managers Role in Strategic Human Resource Management
 
PART TWO: RECRUITMENT AND PLACEMENT

4. Job Analysis

5. Personnel Planning and Recruiting

6. Employee Testing and Selection

7. Interviewing Candidates
 
PART THREE: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

8. Training and Developing Employees

9. Performance Management and Appraisal

10. Coaching, Careers, and Talent Management
 
PART FOUR: COMPENSATION

11. Establishing Strategic Pay Plans

12. Pay for Performance and Financial Incentives

13. Benefits and Services
 
PART FIVE: EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

14. Ethics, Justice, and Fair Treatment in HR Management

15. Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining

16. Employee Safety and Health

17. Managing Global Human Resources

18. Managing Human Resources in Entrepreneurial Firms