Managing Human Resources12th Edition
PART ONE: ENVIRONMENT
CHAPTER 1: Human Resources in a Globally Competitive Business Environment
CHAPTER 2: HR Technology
CHAPTER 3: Talent Analytics: The Financial Impact of HR Activities
CHAPTER 4: The Legal Context of Employment Decisions
PART TWO: EMPLOYMENT
CHAPTER 5: Diversity at Work
CHAPTER 6: Planning for People
CHAPTER 7: Recruiting
CHAPTER 8: Staffing
PART THREE: DEVELOPMENT
CHAPTER 9: Training and On-Boarding
CHAPTER 10: Performance Management cio
PART FOUR: COMPENSATION
CHAPTER 11: Pay and Incentive Systems
CHAPTER 12: Indirect Compensation: Employee Benefit Plans
PART FIVE: LABOR-MANAGEMENT ACCOMMODATION
CHAPTER 13: Union Representation and Collective Bargaining
CHAPTER 14: Procedural Justice and Ethics in Employee Relations
PART SIX: SUPPORT AND INTERNATIONAL IMPLICATIONS
CHAPTER 15: Safety, Health, and Employee Assistance Programs
CHAPTER 16: International Dimensions of Human Resource Management
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