Human Resources for the Nonhr Manager / Edition 1by Carol T Kulik, Elissa Perry
Pub. Date: 04/30/2004
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Human Resources for the Non-HR Manager appeals to anyone interested in management issues. The book explains why human resource issues are increasing the responsibilities of front-line managers rather than the HR department. Chapters present the basics of HR including the fundamentals of hiring, performance appraisal, reward systems, and disciplinary systems, so that any manager--regardless of his or her background or functional area--can approach these parts of the job with confidence. The book also covers the latest developments in equal opportunity law and describes the manager's responsibilities in controlling sexual harassment and managing diverse employees, including older workers and employees with disabilities. Each chapter's material is firmly grounded in the current HR academic literature, but the book's friendly, conversational tone conveys basic principles of good practice without technical jargon.
Designed to make the material more accessible and personally relevant, the book includes the following special features:
Checkpoints--a series of questions that help the reader apply the material to his or her own organizational context;
*Boxes that describe real-life examples of how companies respond to HR
*For Further Reading--references to articles published in outlets that bridge the academic-practitioner divide;
*Manager's Knots--presented in a question-and-answer format, these describe typical managerial problems, take the reader into some of the gray, ambiguous areas of HR, and suggest ways to apply the chapter material to real-life managerial dilemmas;
*An Instructor's Manual available to instructors who adopt the book for classroom use.
- Taylor & Francis
- Publication date:
- Edition description:
- New Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)
Table of Contents
Contents: Preface. Part I: Human Resources for the Non-HR Manager. What's It All About? Understanding Equal Employment Opportunity Law. Part II: Organizational Entry. The Recruiting Process. Hiring New Employees. Interviewing Job Applicants. Part III: Measuring and Evaluating Employee Performance. Conducting Performance Appraisals. Designing Reward Systems. Helping Employees Manage Their Careers. Part IV: Organizational Discipline and Exit. Disciplining Employees. Ending the Employment Relationship. Part V: Day-to-Day Concerns in Human Resources Management. Controlling Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. Managing Age in the Workplace. Managing Employees With Disabilities.
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