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Whether you're taking human resources as an elective or major subject, Managing Human Resources (ISBN 9780324593310) by George W. Bohlander and Scott A. Snell should be very useful. This text book is ideal for introductory-level human resources college classes and is one of the leading textbooks in this niche. Bohlander and Snell were successful in...
Whether you're taking human resources as an elective or major subject, Managing Human Resources (ISBN 9780324593310) by George W. Bohlander and Scott A. Snell should be very useful. This text book is ideal for introductory-level human resources college classes and is one of the leading textbooks in this niche. Bohlander and Snell were successful in compiling a well-organized and solid textbook explaining the dynamics of the workforce. The book starts off by putting human resource management in perspective, and then discusses meeting HR requirements, developing effectiveness in human resources, implementing compensation and security, enhancing employee management relations, and expanding HR management horizons. Topics covered in Managing Human Resources include strategy and human resources planning, expanding the talent pool: recruitment and careers, promoting safety and health, the dynamics of labor relations, and creating high-performance work systems. There are also sections dedicated to organizational values, reconciling supply and demand, employee turnover rates, and sources of information about job candidates. Each chapter features a summary and a definition of key terms plus, discussion questions and exercises to help students retain and apply what they have learned. This book perfectly balances information, examples, and exercises. Instructors and professors also favor Bohlander and Snell's Managing Human Resources for its excellent case studies, which encourage students to critically think about special cases such as layoff decisions, job analysis and hiring, and running global recruiting systems. The book is engaging and full of information but does not overwhelm entry-level students. It is now available for rent and in eBook form.
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