Personnel administration and management 4/e
- Cloete JJN
- ISBN: 9780627022692
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: N/A
- 264 Pages | Published: 1997
Summary This book deals with personnel administration as it is seen in the public sector of South Africa, and it provides guidelines for the successful performance of numerous staffing functions. It serves as an appropriate publication for everybody engaged in the management of human resources or affected by the manner in which staffing functions are performed. Lecturers and students in public administration will find it particularly useful.
1. The place of personnel administration in public administration
2. Scope and content of public personnel administration
3. Generic administrative functions and personnel administration
4. Organisational arrangements for personnel administration
5. Personnel records
6. Creation, evaluation and classification of posts
7. Filling of posts
8. Programming for provision and utilisation of personnel
9. Evaluation of personnel: merit rating
10. Training and development
11. Remuneration and other conditions of service
12. Employee conduct - discipline and grievances
14. Counselling of employees, protection against diseases and injuries, and research
15. Unionism and labour relations
16. Termination of service
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