Human Resource Management Applications
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- Edition: 7th
- Format: Paperback
- Copyright: 09/29/2010
- Publisher: South-Western College Pub
Note: Not guaranteed to come with supplemental materials (access cards, study guides, lab manuals, CDs, etc.)
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Strengthen your practical understanding of today's human resource management (HRM) with this single source for actual cases, unique exercises and skill builders. Human Resource Management Applications: Cases, Exercises, And Skill Builders, 7E focuses on the abilities most important in HRM today with timely new cases and applications drawn from a variety of real organizations, including those in today's growing service sector.
Learn to effectively handle some of today's controversial issues, such as environmentally friendly HR policies, the use of social networking, and same-sex benefits.
This book perfectly complements your study of introductory human resource management with brief, yet powerful, exercises and a comprehensive project that helps you refine the skills most important for success in any HRM or business career.
"I consistently use the Cases, Incidents, and Skill Builders. What I like about these is that they allow the students to apply the Human Resource Management information they have learned. Completing the Cases, Incidents, and Skill Builders provides students the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge, comprehension, and application of the material. Hence, their mastery of the material." - Dr. Tina C. Elacqua, Le Tourneau University
"The text is perfect for our course given that we want to focus on all areas of HR. The text is excellent in providing students practical and real-world cases, skill builders, etc. in which they may apply and develop their knowledge. I have found these to be very much aligned to situations they may actually encounter in the workplace." - Stacy Rogers, SPHR, CPRW, Sullivan University