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Human Resource Management
Theory and Practice

  • R. C. Sharma - Founder Vice Chancellor, Amity University Haryana
  • Nipun Sharma - Executive Vice-President & Business Head – UP East, Vodafone Mobile Services Ltd

May 2018 | 740 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd

The book is a fine blend of concepts, theories, tools, techniques and contemporary practices in HRM. Supported by the authors’ rich experience of over five decades in academics as well as in the corporate sector, the book covers all the essential topics of HRM starting from the fundamental concepts and issues related to acquiring of human resource to training, development, compensation and reward, employee relations, international HRM, technological changes, working environment, HR records, audit and research and more. In addition to serving the purpose of a textbook for students of Management courses, the book will also help professionals, corporate trainers and researchers.

Key Features:

  • Throws light on the recent developments in the field of Human resource management and suggests management strategies for the issues concerned.
  • Embellished with rich pedagogical features and relevant case studies to enhance conceptual understanding.
  • Additional chapters are available on technological changes, HR records, audit and research on the companion website.
 
Preface
 
Acknowledgements
 
PART I – Introduction
 
Human Resource Management—In Retrospect and Prospect
 
Importance, Nature, Scope, Objectives, Principles, Functions of HRM and HR Policy
 
PART II – Acquiring Human Resource
 
Human Resource Planning (HRP)
 
Job Analysis and Design
 
Recruitment, Selection, Placement, Induction/Socialisation
 
Part III – Training and Developing Human Resources
 
Training
 
Executive Development and Training, Managing Careers, Promotions and Transfers
 
Part IV – Compensation and Reward Management
 
Performance Appraisal and Potential Appraisal
 
Wage and Salary Administration and Employee Compensation
 
Divergent Systems and Institutions for Wage Fixation
 
Fringe Benefits and Services
 
Part V – Integrating, Maintaining and Retaining Human Resources
 
Employee Motivation
 
Job Satisfaction, Employee Morale and Communication
 
Supervision and Leadership
 
Managing Employee Discipline and Handling Grievances
 
PART VI – Employee Relations and Personnel Records, Audit and Research
 
Human Relations and Industrial Relations
 
Collective Bargaining and Workers’ Participation in Management
 
Trade Unions
 
International Human Resource Management
 
Technological Changes, Industrial Accidents and safety, Industrial Health and Hygiene and Working Environment and Fatigue (on Companion Website) /
 
HR Records, Reports, Audit and Research (on Companion Website)
 
Index

Supplements

Key features
This textbook provides conceptual clarity of Human Resource Management (HRM) and helps understand the current problems in this domain that require pragmatic research and realistic solutions. The book is a fine blend of concepts, theories, tools, techniques and contemporary practices in HRM. Supported by the authors’ rich experience of over five decades in academics as well as in the corporate sector, the book covers all the essential topics of HRM starting from the fundamental concepts and issues related to acquiring of human resource to training, development, compensation and reward, employee relations, international HRM, technological changes, working environment, HR records, audit and research and more. In addition to serving the purpose of a textbook for students of Management courses, the book will also help professionals, corporate trainers and researchers.

Key Features

• Throws light on the recent developments in this subject area and suggests management strategies for the issues concerned

• Embellished with rich pedagogical features and relevant case studies to enhance conceptual understanding

• Additional chapters on technological changes, HR records, audit and research in the companion website

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