On completing this note, you will have an increased understanding or appreciation of the Human Resource Planning and Development, functions, its role, concepts, principles and challenges. Topics covered includes: Macro Level manpower Planning and Labour market Analysis, Organisational Human Resource Planning, Stock Taking, Work Force Flow mapping, Age and Grade Distribution mapping, Models and Techniques of manpower demand and supply forecasting, Behavioural Factors in HRD, Wastage Analysis and Retention, Redeployment and Exit Strategies, Career Management, Career Planning and Career Development, Performance Planning, Potentials Appraisal, HRD Climate, Human Resource Information System, Human Resource Accounting.
Author(s): EIILM University
This note explains the following topics: Human Resource: Workforce Planning and Departmental Planning, Developing a Talent Pool, Organizational Effectiveness and Work Environment, Developing an Integrated Talent Management Program.
Author(s): Government of Newfoundland
This note describes the following topics: Concepts and Process of Human Resource Planning, Macro Level Scenario of Human Resource Planning, Methods and Techniques: Demand Forecasting and Supply Forecasting, Job Evaluation, Job Analysis and Job Description, Job Evaluation Methods, Human Resource Information Systems, Human Resource Audit, Human Resource Accounting, Human Resource Development, Human Resource Development Systems, Task Analysis , HRD in Service Industry, Organising for HRD.
Author(s): Indira Gandhi National Open University
This note covers the following topics: Strategic Human Resource Management, Human Resource Planning and Strategy, Job Analysis and Job Design, Recruitment, Selection, Appointment and Promotion, Performance Appraisal, Remuneration and Salary System, Rewards and Incentive Management, Employee Benefits, Redeployment and Reskilling, Employee Capacity Building Strategies, Total Quality Management, Discipline and Grievances, Assessing Human Resource Management Effectiveness.
Author(s): Indira Gandhi National Open University
This note explains the following topics: Human Resource Accounting, Human Resource Planning, HR Cost Analysis , Responsibility Accounting and Human Resource Audit.
Author(s): Prof. S. Kumar, Prof. Sanjay Satpathy, Prof. R. Krishnan and Prof. Tamilarasu
This lecture note is primarily concerned with the management of people within organizations, focusing on policies and on systems. Topics covered includes: Introduction To Human Resource Management, Recruitment and Selection, Training and Development, Performance Appraisal, Integration.
Author(s): K. Vijaya Sekhar Reddy
This book is written by well-known authors, is a result of a teamwork of specialists who have been dealing with the issue of managing human resources in different context. Topics covered includes: Changing the Corporate Culture Towards the Human Resources Development, Use of Psychological Examinations of Employees and Job Applicants in Personnel Management, Differences in Employee Motivation in Slovakia and Czech Republic, Innovative Work Behavior, Investing in Human Capital as a Key Factor for the Development of Enterprises, Human Resources Management in Nonprofit Organizations, Labor Relations.
Author(s): Ladislav Mura
Objective of this book is to familiarize the students with methods and techniques of HRM. Topics covered includes: Human Resource Planning, Training and Development, Compensation and Productivity, Industrial Relations.
Author(s): Dr. S. Balakrishnan, G. Shankar and Dr. K. Uthayasuriyan
This lecture note covers the following topics: Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship, Qualities and Functions of Entrepreneurs, Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Growth, Competing Theories of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Development Programmes in India, Government Policy Towards Ssiís, Entrepreneurial Behaviours And Motivation, N-achievement and Rural Entrepreneurship, Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneur, Sources of Financing, Sickness of SSI Units and Remidial Assistance, Feasibility Reports and Legal Formalities.
Author(s): Dr. M.C. Garg
Human Resource Management (HRM) is a relatively new approach to managing people in any organisation. Topics covered includes: Human Resource Planning, Job Analysis, Recruitment And Selection, Performance Appraisal, Job Evaluation, Training And Development, Succession Planning, Employee Health And Safety, Recent Trends In Human Resource Management.
Author(s): University of Mumbai
This book explains the following topics: Introduction to Human Resource Management , Human Resource Planning, Job Analysis and Job Design, Recruitment, Selection , Employee Training, Executive Development, Performance Appraisal , Wage and Salary Administration, Compensation and Incentives, Industrial Relation, Trade Unions, Human Resource Accounting, Managing Ethical Issues in HRM and The Future of HRM .
Objective of this book is to explain the concept of Human Resource Information Systems and to familiarize the applications of HRIS in Organisations. Topics covered includes: Data and Information needs for HR Manager, Role of IT in HRM, Data Management for HRIS, HR Management Process and HRIS, Man Power Planning, Organisation Proces, Security and HRIS.
Author(s): Dr. S. Riasudeen
This book covers the following topics: Manpower Planning - Nature and Procedure, Recruitment Methods and Techniques, Selection Process, Induction, Transfer, Promotion and Separation, Employee Training - Nature, Significance, Methods and Techniques, Executive Development - Nature, Significance, Methods and Techniques, Performance Appraisal : Steps and Methods, Wages and Salary Administration, Fringe Benefits, Trade Union, Collective Bargaining and Workerís Participation in Management.
Author(s): Directorate of Distance Education, Guru Jambheshwar University
Human Resource Management by Laura Portolese Dias teaches HRM strategies and theories that any manager not just those in HR, needs to know about recruiting, selecting, training, and compensating people. It mainly covers the following topics: Role of Human Resources, Developing and Implementing Strategic HRM Plans, Diversity and Multiculturalism, Recruitment and Selection, Compensation and Benefits, Training and Development and Successful Employee Communication.
Author(s): Laura Dias, Shoreline Community College
This book that serves to initiate African students in the world-wide HRM community, while simultaneously enabling them to create their own HRM policies in accordance with circumstances in their countries. As such, it is definitely a unique book. The book has fourteen chapters each addressing important issues in human resource management in terms of the Eurocentric approach and reflecting on what is happening in African governments and organisations at the end of each chapter.
Author(s): Josephat Stephen Itika
The book, Principles and Policies for Managing Human Resources is designed to: 1: Provide an enabling set of standards to guide managers in making decisions about managing the people in their organizations, 2: Provide a source for all corporate policies related to human resource management, 3: Provide managers with a principles-based approach to managing people, 4: Guide human resource professionals in advising managers.
Author(s): Province of Manitoba, Manitoba government
This book that serves to initiate African students in the world-wide HRM community, while simultaneously enabling them to create their own HRM policies in accordance with circumstances in their countries. As such, it is definitely a unique book. Topics covered includes: Strategic human resource management, Human resource policies, Employee resourcing, Recruitment and selection, Performance management, Reward systems management, Human resource development, Employee relations, Talent and competency based human resource management, International human resource management, Recruitment and performance appraisal in the public sector, Recruitment and retention of human resource for health.
Author(s): Josephat Stephen Itika
Human Relations by Laura Portolese-Dias addresses all of the critical topics to obtain career success as they relate to professional relationships. Topics covered includes: What Is Human Relations?, Achieve Personal Success, Manage Your Stress, Communicate Effectively, 5 Be Ethical at Work, Understand Your Motivations, Work Effectively in Groups, Make Good Decisions, Handle Conflict and Negotiation, Manage Diversity at Work, Work with Labor Unions, Be a Leader and Manage Your Career.
Author(s): Laura Dias, Central Washington University
This course note is about both the design and execution of human resource management strategies. It has two central themes: (1) How to think systematically and strategically about aspects of managing the organization's human assets, and (2) What really needs to be done to implement these policies and to achieve competitive advantage.
Author(s): Prof. Diane Burton and Prof. Paul Osterman
This book is published before 1923 and is written by Thomas A Barocci and Kirsten R Wever.
Author(s): Thomas A Barocci and Kirsten R Wever