Staffing Organizations, 10th Edition
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Timothy Judge and John Kammeyer-Mueller maintain Herb Heneman’s vision to present a broad view of the entire staffing process that has made Staffing Organizations the #1 selling Staffing text on the market. The authors’ approach continues to reflect all the latest research while focusing on capturing the staffing process as it should and does exist in organizations today. The 10th edition is an exciting revision and includes many changes that reflect ongoing developments in the field.
The Nature of Staffing
Chapter 1: Staffing Models and Strategy
Chapter 2: Social and Legal Environment
Chapter 3: Planning
Chapter 4: Job Analysis: Requirements, Competencies, and Rewards
Chapter 5: External Recruitment
Chapter 6: Internal Recruitment
Chapter 7: Measurement
Chapter 8: External Selection I
Chapter 9: External Selection II
Chapter 10: Internal Selection
Chapter 11: Decision Making
Chapter 12: Final Match
Chapter 13:bStaffing System Management
Chapter 14: Retention Management
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