Human Resource Management: Functions, Applications, Skill Development / Edition 1 available in Paperback
Lussier and Hendon's Human Resource Management engages students in applying HR functions and concepts and developing HR management skills. Each primary content area listed in the Society of Human Resource Management Curriculum Guidebook 2010 for undergraduate students is identified in the text where the material is covered. The authors provide six types of high-quality applications that use concepts to develop students' critical-thinking skills. Four types of skill-building exercises develop HR management skills that can be utilized right away in students' professional and personal lives.
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About the Author
Robert N. Lussier is a professor of management at Springfield College. Through teaching management courses for more than 25 years, he has developed innovative and widely adopted methods for applying concepts and developing skills that can be used both personally and professionally. A prolific writer, Dr. Lussier has more than 444 publications to his credit, including Management 7e (SAGE), Human Relations 11e (Mc Graw-Hill), and Leadership 6e (Cengage) and has published in top tier academic journals. Over one million people globally have used his textbooks, earning him an unsurpassed national and international reputation as an author and keynote speaker. Dr. Lussier is the founder of Publish Don’t Perish (www.publishdonotperish) and through contact, his Publish Don’t Perish: The Top Secrets to Get Published book, and keynote presentations/workshops has helped hundreds of institutions and individuals in 80 countries get published. His presentations inspire comments like: “Bob explains complex business topics in an easy-to-understand language while keeping his audience engaged and spell-bound.” - Dr. Raj V. Mahto, Professor, University of New Mexico. He holds a bachelor of science in business administration from Salem State College, master’s degrees in education and business from Suffolk University, and a doctorate in management from the University of New Haven. He served as founding director of Israel Programs and has taught courses in Israel.
John R. Hendon is a seven-time entrepreneur and former director of operations for a $60 million company. He brought his experience and interests to the classroom full time in 1994 and has been a Management Department faculty member at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock for over 20 years. A nationally recognized HRM subject matter expert and an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management, he teaches in the areas of Human Resources Management, Strategy, Family Business and Organizational Management, and researches in a number of areas in the Management field, specializing in Entrepreneurial research. John is the President of “The VMP Group,” an Arkansas-based business consulting firm. John’s company consults with a variety of businesses on human resources, family business, strategic planning, organizational design, and leadership. He has provided professional assistance in the start-up and operation of dozens of Arkansas and California-based businesses and non-profits, government agencies, and utilities. John holds an MBA degree from San Diego State University and a B.S. in Education from the University of Central Arkansas. You can reach him any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Table of Contents
PART I. 21st Century Human Resource Management Strategic Planning and Legal IssuesChapter 1. The New Human Resource Management ProcessChapter 2. Strategy Driven Human Resource ManagementChapter 3. The Legal Environment and Diversity ManagementPART II. StaffingChapter 4. Matching Employees and JobsChapter 5. Recruiting Job CandidatesChapter 6. Selecting New EmployeesPART III. Developing and ManagingChapter 7. Training, Learning, Talent Management and DevelopmentChapter 8. Performance Management and AppraisalChapter 9. Rights and Employee DevelopmentPART IV. Compensating and ProtectingChapter 10. Employee and Labor RelationsChapter 11. Compensation ManagementChapter 12. Variable/Incentive PayChapter 13. BenefitsChapter 14. Safety and Health and Workplace Security