HRM by Angelo S. DeNisi
An Introduction

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Intended for business majors who are studying toward management positions in Human Resources, this text offers students a practical introduction to the functions and responsibilities of managers within an organization--including staffing, enhancing employee motivation and performance, overseeing compensation and benefits, and working with a diverse work force. The text offers complete coverage of core human resource management topics with an additional emphasis on how HR can provide competitive advantages in today's business world. Features: * A Taking It to the Next Level feature considers HR issues from a strategic perspective. Engaging topics, such as contingent workers and contemporary social issues, are explored to expand upon core topics and to encourage class discussion * Point/Counterpoint boxes in every chapter focus on issues of controversy within human resource management. Arguments "for" and "against" issues are addressed and "conclusion" sections provide opportunity for student interpretation * Chapter-opening cases highlight recent events, issues, and trends that correspond to major themes in the chapter. Additional cases at the close of the book include questions to simulate discussion About The Author: Angelo S. DeNisi , Tulane University Ricky W. Griffin , Texas A&M University Table Of Contents: PART I: An Overview of Human Resource Management 1. The Nature of Human Resource Management 2. The Legal Environment 3. The Global Environment 4. The Competitive Environment PART II: Decision Making in Human Resource Management

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Published January 1, 2009 by Cengage Learning.
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