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Human Resource Management by Indira Gandhi National Open University

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Human Resource Management by Indira Gandhi National Open University

Human Resource Management by 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.

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