The essence of human resource management / Eugene F. McKenna and Nic Beech.Material type: TextPublication details: Prentice-Hall, 1995. ISBN: 0130763578DDC classification: 658.3
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
1. Introduction and overview -- 2. Strategy and structure -- 3. Culture and change -- 4. Employee resourcing: human resource planning -- 5. Employee resourcing: recruitment and selection -- 6. Employee development: performance management -- 7. Employee development: reward management -- 8. Employee development: training and development -- 9. Employee relations -- 10. Conclusion: criticisms and developments.
The Essence of Human Resource Management is an invaluable reference source for MBA students and managers, whether on a short course or as a reference work for the bookshelf. It is intended to focus upon the core of the subject and is an ideal summary for undergraduates, postgraduates, other students and aspiring managers wishing to improve their knowledge and skills.