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Managing Human Resources (Management)

Wayne F. Cascio

Managing Human Resources (Management)

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  • 12 Currently reading

Published by McGraw-Hill Education .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Personnel & human resources management,
  • Human Resources & Personnel Management,
  • Business / Economics / Finance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages650
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9957053M
    ISBN 100070103771
    ISBN 109780070103771

    A handful of large and certainly many medium-sized and smaller companies appear to have made their work forces into competitive assets. By Amazon Customer on Apr 21, sooooo helpful. For a person just staring out in the study of HR I would say this is a good starting point and that honestly I can see myself keeping this when I actually start my career just as a primer. I do not think that one school is right and the others wrong, that one is better than another, or that any should be ignored.

    Industrial engineering. I'm one of those people who reads and studies from the textbook because I learn the material better that way. My focus is on the latter, not on the former. Since changing habits, skills, values, beliefs, and attitudes in a work force takes years, the lack of long-range planning in human resources is frequently disastrous. Entry-level jobs are usually filled from the outside.

    Not in the strategic position of many U. This area is literally a battleground, with professional services organizations, technology vendors and the companies they serve competing for the best and brightest. The economy is now improving and the hiring of IT staff is expected to rebound. And it takes that long for employees to live through a period of history in a company that forms a new foundation of trust. In addition to providing the reader with a thorough overview of the trends in HR strategies and practice and the challenges faced by HR executives in Latin America, this book also explores cultural issues critical to conducting business and understanding human resource management in this region.


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Managing Human Resources book

Management may share its prerogative to manage if it wishes, but philosophically employees have no right to manage. Having a seven-year horizon requires that managers develop a philosophy, some objectives, and a strategy.

Not in absence of strikes. Figure But employees usually focus on short time horizons to meet their needs in wages, salaries, working conditions, fair treatment, and promotion. Policies that swing from the corporate to the divisional point of view, with the responsibility resting in neither location, are often ineffective.

The book also discusses the practices and issues associated with recruitment, training and development, and retention of personnel and knowledge in the shipping industry.

The insights on relevant topics such as "The four characteristics of the new generations of IT professionals" is invaluable to Old Guard IT leaders, such as myself, who have limited understanding of the goals and objectives of these generations which is critical to developing corporate hiring and retention strategies.

This is not true - good staff management leads to good relationships with the customers. The individual behavior school of human relations focuses on individual psychology, leadership, power, authority, responsibility, and the subconscious.

In the nature of people and organizations there is a relentless Managing Human Resources book slide toward alienation. To buy this book at the lowest price, Click Here. My concern is not that disagreement arises among these experts or that they have different approaches to the same problem.

In my opinion, it is written in a simple, explicit and interesting manner. This book is comprehensive, right up to date and draws on evidence and hard won insights from the latest academic research, and senior practitioner experiences.

Usually companies do not know how to put these ingredients together in one effective corporate system, for the four schools each offer managers contradictory advice.

It sees politics at the plant, corporation, union, state, and national levels together with labor laws as keys to any situation. I recommend it to anyone who wants to open their own business or is studying management.

Managers have had difficulty managing human resources for four reasons: 1. In the next ten years as baby boomers retire, even more skills gaps will have to be reconciled. The Equal Pay Act ofwhich protects both women and men who do substantially equal work from sex-based pay discrimination.

They set the goals. Decisions become more sensitive, have longer shadows, and, understandably, executives may become more cautious and may procrastinate or pass the buck when they can. After calculating the disparity between supply and future demand, HR managers must draw up plans for bringing the two numbers into balance.

Critical problems in the corporate management of personnel, such as the place of human resources management HRM in corporate decision making, the role of personnel staff, and a lack of sufficient human resources management know-how at top management levels, remain largely unresolved.The book's integrated learning system and comprehensive package provide you more resources for effectively teaching your class.

Look to the leader, MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES, 17TH EDITION, to enable your students to think and act like managers by developing the competencies that will help tomorrow's organizations create a sustainable competitive.

Gain a better understanding of how human resources impact and can empower both individuals and organizations as this market-leading, practical text explores all aspects of human resource management. Bohlander/Snell's popular MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES,15th Edition builds upon a foundation of research and theory with an inviting, practical framework that focuses on today's most critical HR /5(2).

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