Human Resource/Labor Relations by James Hopkins

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In today's world economy Human Resource Professionals, Managers and Supervisors are required to make decisions faster and provide rapid turnaround of information regarding employees. Information will come from the many stakeholders in the organization, such as customers, employees, unions and governmental agencies, all this requiring these individuals to collect and distill the salient points quickly in order to reinforce employee behavior. Human Resource Professionals, Managers and Supervisors must also provide employees with the proper information required of them to accomplish their assigned tasks. Today's Human Resource Professionals, Managers and Supervisors are therefore required to be knowledgeable of the laws that affect human resource and/or labor management regardless of her/his degree of experience in human resource matters. This knowledge forms the structure that they must operate within when dealing with the employees in their care.

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Published March 8, 2006 by iUniverse. 88 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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