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Human Resource Management in Schools and Colleges
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Human Resource Management in Schools and Colleges


February 1999 | 104 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
`This is a distance-learning text for a university MBA course but it is easy to recommend it also as a free-standing, clearly written and comprehensive induction to the subject. NPQH candidates should grab it' - Management in Education

This textbook deals with current theories of the management of people employed in schools and colleges, recent developments and emerging trends. The authors focus on issues relevant to the whole organization and the the specifics of managing a school or college and its employees. They also cover the application of good practice to management processes such as selection, induction, performance management, appraisal and staff development.

It is relevant to teachers and managers working in schools of all phases, and in further education colleges, including those aspiring to more senior positions. It is also directly relevant to the requirements of the NPQH.


 
Introduction
 
PART ONE:SECTION A
 
The Importance of HRM in Education
 
What Is HRM?
 
The Management Implications
 
PART TWO: SECTION B
 
Managing the School or College and Its Staff
 
PART THREE: SECTION C
 
Key Areas of Application
 
Conclusion

`This is a distance-learning text for a university MBA course but it is easy to recommend it also as a free-standing, clearly written and comprehensive induction to the subject. NPQH candidates should grab it' - Angela Thody, Management in Education

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