Human Resource Management: A Managerial Tool for Competitive Advantage, 5e Approaches topics from the viewpoint of operational managers, helping them understand how HR practices can help a company succeed and the role they play in making this happen. Up-to-date cases and examples can be found within each chapter, providing the student with real-life scenarios. The Managerís Guide, a section found at the end of the chapter, gives practical guidelines, such as discussions of hot-button issues in the industry and developing skills for HR managers.
Table of Contents:
Part 1 Introduction Chapter 1 Human Resource Management and Competitive Advantage Chapter 2 Understanding the Legal and Environmental Context of HRM
Part 2 Human Resource Management Preselection Practices Chapter 3 Planning for Human Resources Chapter 4 Analyzing Jobs
Part 3 Human Resource Management Selection Practices Chapter 5 Recruiting Applicants Chapter 6 Selecting Applicants
Part 4 HRM Postselection Practices Chapter 7 Training and Developing Employees Chapter 8 Appraising Employee Job Performance Chapter 9 Determining Pay and Benefits Chapter 10 Implementing Productivity Improvement Programs
Part 5 HRM Practices Influenced by External Factors Chapter 11 Complying with Workplace Justice Laws Chapter 12 Understanding Unions and Their Impact on HRM Chapter 13 Meeting Employee Safety and Health Needs Chapter 14 Establishing HRM Practices in Foreign Countries
Part 6 Conclusion Chapter 15 Working in the HRM Field