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Managing Human Resources, 2nd Edition + Employment Relations Update 2010

by: Raymond J. Stone

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons,30.09.09

Category: Human Resource Management Level:

ISBN: 1742167365
ISBN13: 9781742167367

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PRESCRIBED TEXT FOR HRM210 AT CSU, SEMESTER 1 2010

Managing Human Resources 2nd edition is an abridged versionof Ray Stone's Human Resource Management 6th edition, the longest running andmost successful Australian textbook ever produced in the field of HRM. Its 16chapters present a concise coverage of key topics typically taught in a 12 or13 week teaching semester. Thoroughly updated from the 1st edition, keyfeatures include: Letters-to-the-editor, newsbreaks, case studies, interviews with human resourcepractitioners, and a wealth of end-of-chapter activities that provide amplestimulus material for analysis and discussion.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ray Stone has more than 30 years experience in international HRM and has held senior positions in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea. His work experience covers remuneration and benefits, recruitment and selection, psychological appraisal, industrial relations, HRM research, training and development, and strategic human resource planning and policy development. He has taught at Australian, Japanese, Hong Kong and British universities. His articles on negotiating and international HRM have been published in leading academic and business journals in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Part 1: Introducing HRM
Chapter 1 Strategic human resource management
Chapter 2 Human resource planning
Chapter 3 Human resource information management systems
Chapter 4 Human resource management and the law
Part 2: Determining, attracting and selecting human resources
Chapter 5 Job analysis, job design and quality of work life
Chapter 6 Recruiting human resources
Chapter 7 Employment selection

Part 3: Developing human resources
Chapter 8 Appraising and managing performance
Chapter 9 Human resource development
Chapter 10 Career planning and development
Chapter 11 Rewarding human resources

Part 4: Managing human resources
Chapter 12 Industrial relations
Chapter 13 Employee health and safety
Chapter 14 Managing diversity

Part 5: Human resources in a changing world
Chapter 15 International human resource management
Chapter 16 Assessing human resource management effectiveness