Endorsed by the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI - the national association representing human resource and people management professionals), Managing Human Resources 4th edition presents a concise coverage of key HRM topics typically taught in a 12 or 13-week teaching semester. The 4th edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect the impact of the Fair Work Act on the employment relationship between employers and employees, as well as on the work of HR professionals.
Numerous practical examples throughout the text highlight contemporary HR issues, such as:
Flexible working arrangements
Generational issues in the workplace
Skills shortages in various industries
The importance of effective employee recruitment and training
The cost of involuntary staff turnover
Increasing diversity in the workplace
Corporate social and ethical responsibility
In addition to a thorough analysis of the contemporary HR landscape in Australia, the text provides useful comparisons with HR practices in regional countries such as India, China and Japan.
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Part 1: Introducing HRM Chapter 1 Strategic human resource management Chapter 2 Human resource planning Chapter 3 Human resource information management systems Chapter 4 Human resource management and the law Part 2: Determining, attracting and selecting human resources Chapter 5 Job analysis, job design and quality of work life Chapter 6 Recruiting human resources Chapter 7 Employment selection Part 3: Developing human resources Chapter 8 Appraising and managing performance Chapter 9 Human resource development Chapter 10 Career planning and development Chapter 11 Rewarding human resources Part 4: Managing human resources Chapter 12 Industrial relations Chapter 13 Employee health and safety Chapter 14 Managing diversity Part 5: Human resources in a changing world Chapter 15 International human resource management Chapter 16 Assessing human resource management effectiveness