Arthur R. Pell, Ph.D., was the editor in charge of updating 'How to Win Friends and Influence People', and was for twenty years a consultant to Dale Carnegie&Associates, Inc.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Human Resource Managementby Arthur Pell
You're no idiot, of course. You know that your employees are essential to your company's success. But when it comes to training, motivating, hiring, and firing them, you feel like a few of the many hats you wear don't fit as well as they should. Don't out source your HR function just yet! 'The Complete Idiot's Guide to Human Resource Management' will simplify
You're no idiot, of course. You know that your employees are essential to your company's success. But when it comes to training, motivating, hiring, and firing them, you feel like a few of the many hats you wear don't fit as well as they should. Don't out source your HR function just yet! 'The Complete Idiot's Guide to Human Resource Management' will simplify everything you need to know about the people business. In this 'Complete Idiot's Guide', you learn:
-How to locate, hire and retain the most qualified people for positions.
-What you need to know about the law and regulations to avoid costly legal battles.
-How to organize and administer an effective compensation and benefits plan.
-Training tools and techniques to boots employee motivation and performance.
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Managing a team, a section, a department or an entire organization is both a science and an art. It¿s a science because there are certain basic concepts that have been proven successful and can be applied where applicable. It¿s an art because so much of the success of a manager lies in the personal manner in which that manager relates to the people he or she supervises. In this book you will find the answers to most of your questions on both the science and art of human resources management. You¿ll pick up tips, techniques, suggestions and information on every aspect of dealing with your people from the first contact with prospective employees, through orienting and training them, compensating them, motivating them, dealing with their problems, all the way through their separation or termination. This book is an easy read for a busy manager, loaded with specific examples anecdotes from real life HR situations. Whether you are an experienced manager or just beginning your career in management, this book will serve as a roadmap to successful leadership.