Human Resource Management with Premium Content Access Card 6 9780077602963 The Sixth Edition of Human Resource Management focuses on the enhancement of personal competencies while providing a theoretical and experiential approach to the study of human resource management (HRM). The authors provide the conceptual background and content necessary to understand the relevant issues in HRM, along with individual and group exercises that require the application of chapter content to specific problems designed to develop critical personal competencies. Students “learn by doing” by participating in experiential exercises that require the application of HRM knowledge expected of practicing managers and HR generalists.
Human Resource Management with Premium Content Access Card

Human Resource Management with Premium Content Access Card

6th Edition
By H. John Bernardin
ISBN10: 007760296X
ISBN13: 9780077602963
Copyright: 2013

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ISBN10: 007760296X | ISBN13: 9780077602963



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Program Details

Part 1: Human Resource Management and the Environment

Chapter 1: Strategic Human Resource Management in a Changing Environment

Chapter 2: The Role of Globalization in HR Policy and Practice

Chapter 3: The Legal Environment of HRM: Equal Employment Opportunity

Part 2: Acquiring Human Resource Capability

Chapter 4: Work Analysis and Design

Chapter 5: Human Resource Planning and Recruitment

Chapter 6: Personnel Selection

Part 3: Developing Human Resource Capability

Chapter 7: Performance Management and Appraisal

Chapter 8: Training and Development

Chapter 9: Career Development

Part 4: Compensating and Managing Human Resources

Chapter 10: Compensation: Base Pay and Fringe Benefits

Chapter 11: Rewarding Performance

Chapter 12: Managing the Employment Relationship

Chapter 13: Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining

Chapter 14: Employee Health and Safety

Appendix A: Critical Thinking Applications

Appendix B: Chapter Exercises

Appendix C: Assessment Guidelines for Self, Peer, and Designated

About the Author

H. John Bernardin

University Research Professor and the Adams Professor of Management in the College of Business at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. He earned his Ph.D in industrial/organizational psychology from Bowling Green State University and is the former director of doctoral studies in I/O psychology at Virginia Tech. He is past Chair of the Division of Personnel/Human Resources of The Academy of Management. Dr. Bernardin was editor of Human Resource Management Review and has served on the editorial boards of numerous journals, including the Academy of Management Review, Human Resource Management Journal, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. He is the author of six books and over 100 articles related to human resource management. His paper on employment discrimination was cited as the best paper of the year by the Society of Human Resource Management.