Human Resource Management is viewed as highly authoritative, current and reliable. In this new edition, the authors have taken great care to ensure that the elements that make this book successful are still the foundation in the new edition. However, they realize that HR is a dynamic field and that transformation is occurring daily in HR. With the 11th edition, the authors discuss factors that are driving change in Human Resource Management and how HR is being shaped by many facets this such as Technology and Globalization. The authors of this book have excellent professional reputations and are well-connected with the Society for Human Resource Management. Now in its 11th edition, Bob Mathis and John Jackson have written an extremely successful human resource management book that is suitable for learners who will eventually work as HR generalists and managers, business students who are not HR majors and also current HR professionals, especially those who are preparing for their professional certification. This text is widely used in preparation for professional examinations (PHR, SPHR) by the highly regarded Human Resource Certification Institute, apart of SHRM. Human Resource Management is a highly regarded book written by authors who are well known and extremely knowledgeable in their field.
A text/CD-ROM package, featuring chapter objectives, vignettes, summaries, key terms, review and discussion questions, and real life cases. This ninth edition contains the and a number of issues of the on a companion CD-ROM. Text content is keyed to sections on the CD-ROM. Also new to this edition are web sites, and Internet exercises. There is also new material on equal employment and affirmative action and performance management. Mathis teaches management at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Dr. Robert L. Mathis is professor emeritus of management at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO). Born and raised in Texas, he received his BBA and MBA from Texas Tech University and a Ph.D. in Management and Organization from the University of Colorado. At UNO, he has received the "Excellence in Teaching" award. Dr. Mathis has co-authored several books and published numerous articles covering a variety of topics. He also has held national offices in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and served as president of the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). In addition, he is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by HRCI. He has had extensive consulting experiences with organizations of all sizes and in a variety of areas. Firms assisted have been in the telecommunications, telemarketing, financial, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and utility industries. Dr. Mathis has extensive specialized consulting experience in establishing or revising compensation plans for small- and medium-sized firms. Internationally, he has consulting and training experience with organizations in Australia, Lithuania, Romania, Moldova, and Taiwan.
Dr. John H. Jackson is professor of management at the University of Wyoming. Born in Alaska, he received his BBA and MBA from Texas Tech University. He worked in the telecommunications industry in human resources management for several years before completing his PhD in Management and Organization at the University of Colorado. During his academic career, Dr. Jackson authored six other college texts and more than 50 articles and papers, including those appearing in Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Human Resource Management, and Human Resources Planning. He has consulted with a variety of organizations on HR and management development matters and has served as an expert witness in a number of HR-related cases. At the University of Wyoming, he served four terms as department head in the Department of Management and Marketing. Dr. Jackson received the university's highest teaching award and has been recognized for his work with two-way interactive television for MBA students. Two Wyoming governors have appointed him to the Wyoming Business Council and the Workforce Development Council. Dr. Jackson serves as president of Silverwood Ranches, Inc.
SECTION I. NATURE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. 1. Changing Nature of Human Resource Management. 2. Strategic HR Management and Planning. 3. Organizational/Individual Relations and Retention. SECTION II. STAFFING THE ORGANIZATION. 4. Legal Framework of Equal Employment. 5. Managing Equal Employment and Diversity. 6. Jobs and Job Analysis. 7. Recruiting in Labor Markets. 8. Selecting and Placing Human Resources. SECTION III. TRAINING AND DEVELOPING HUMAN RESOURCES. 9. Training Human Resources. 10. Careers and HR Development. 11. Performance Management and Appraisal. SECTION IV. COMPENSATING HUMAN RESOURCES. 12. Compensation Strategies and Practices. 13. Variable Pay and Executive Compensation. 14. Managing Employee Benefits. SECTION V. EMPLOYEE RELATIONS. 15. Health, Safety and Security. 16. Employee Rights and Discipline. 17 Union-Management Relations. Appendix A. HRCI Content Outline. Appendix B. Current Resources in HR Management.