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  • Introduction to human resource management
  • Meyer M, Kirsten M
  • ISBN: 9781869284497
  • eISBN: 9780627031403
  • ePub ISBN: N/A
  • 284 Pages | Published: 2005

Introduction to Human Resource Management provides an introductory overview of human resource  management for general managers, human resource practitioners and students in the field of human resource management in South Africa. Essential theory is supplemented with the practical
guidelines required to manage both the human resources and other general management functions in an organisation.

Introduction to Human Resource Management is ideally suited for students at further and higher education institutions. The content of the text is structured so that the book is suitable for short courses and formal educational programmes. A wide range of practical examples, learning  activities and real-life scenarios are provided. Equally useful for the managers, this book examines the essential aspects of the practice of human resource management in the modern work environment in accordance with NQF requirements and existing management principles.

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Macro-environmental factors that influence HRM
Chapter 3. Workforce planning
Chapter 4. Recruitment and selection
Chapter 5. Induction and orientation
Chapter 6. Performance management
Chapter 7. Training and development
Chapter 8. Career management
Chapter 9. Leadership and motivation
Chapter 10. Organisation development
Chapter 11. Legal implications in HRM
Chapter 12. Labour relations management - processes and procedures at organisational level
Chapter 13. Compensation
Chapter 14. Employee Wellness
Chapter 15. Utilising HR information systems to promote HRM accountability

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