Human resource management

Cynthia D Fisher, Lyle F Schoenfeldt, James Benjamin Shaw

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Abstract

This authoritative text appeals to upper-level students, practicing managers, and HRM professionals who require a thorough grasp of the field's essential functional areas as well as emerging trends. Drawing on their extensive experience teaching abroad, the authors introduce international issues in the first chapter and provide ongoing discussion throughout the text. Similarly, a complete chapter on each core theme enables instructors to easily integrate and revisit topics such as strategic HRM, ethics, utility (cost/benefit analysis), plus productivity and quality at any point.

Contents:
PART 1 Overview and Introduction
1 An Introduction to Human Resource Management
PART 2 Planningfor Organizations, Jobs, and People
2 Strategic Human Resource Management
3 Human Resource Planning
4 Job Analysis: Concepts, Procedures, and Choices
PART 3 Acquiring Human Resources
5 Equal Employment Opportunity: The Legal Environment
6 Recruiting and Job Search
7 Measurement and Decision-Making Issues in Selection
8 Assessing Job Candidates: Tools for Selection
PART 4 Building Individual and Organizational Performance
9 Human Resource Development
10 Human Resource Approaches to Improving Competitiveness
PART 5 Rewarding Employees
11 Performance Assessment and Management
12 Compensation System Development
13 Incentive Compensation and Benefits
PART 6 Maintaining Human Resources
14 Safety and Health: A Proactive Approach
15 Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
16 Employment Transitions
PART 7 Multinational Human Resource Management
17 Managing Human Resources in Multinational Organizations.refe.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBoston
PublisherHoughton Mifflin Company
Number of pages886
Edition5
ISBN (Print)0618123296, 978-0618123292
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2003

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Human resource management
Human resources
Multinationals
Managers
Equal employment opportunity
Compensation system
Job analysis
Incentive compensation
Strategic HRM
Health and safety
Multinational organizations
International issues
Cost-benefit analysis
Labor relations
Performance assessment
Productivity
Decision making
Recruiting

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Fisher, C. D., Schoenfeldt, L. F., & Shaw, J. B. (2003). Human resource management. (5 ed.) Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.
Fisher, Cynthia D ; Schoenfeldt, Lyle F ; Shaw, James Benjamin. / Human resource management. 5 ed. Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company, 2003. 886 p.
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Research output: Book/ReportScholarly editionResearchpeer-review

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