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Managing Human Resources, 3rd edition, presents a concise coverage of key HRM topics typically taught in a 12 or 13-week teaching semester.
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Thoroughly updated from the 2nd edition, key features include:
* Integrated coverage of the Fair Work Act 2009 and its impact on HRM
* A thorough exploration of topical issues such as the global financial crisis, work-life balance, the ageing population and the skills shortage in terms of their effect on organisations, employees and the HR manager
* Letters to the Editor, Newsbreaks, case studies, Fast Facts, research flash boxes, interviews with HR practitioners and a wealth of end-of-chapter activities provide ample stimulus materials for analysis and discussion.
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