Human Resource Management, Global Edition (15e)

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Modern Human Resources: Technology, Social Media, and Management

Human Resource Management provides students with the daily tools and skills they need to function as successful managers–in both human resources and business in general. With a practical approach, the text explores the evolution of the field, highlighting the introduction of revolutionary new technologies and social media platforms such as LinkedIn and cloud computing.

The Fifteenth Edition focuses on the positive impacts technology has had on the HR field. The ability to vet potential employees on the Internet shifts more HR responsibilities to managers, leaving HR departments with more time to carry out strategic, long-term endeavors for boosting employee performance and engagement. With a heavy focus on emerging industry trends, the text prepares students with everything they need to be successful managers and HR personnel in the 21st century.


PART ONE: INTRODUCTION

1. Introduction to Human Resource Management

2. Equal Opportunity and the Law

3. The Managers Role in Strategic Human Resource Management

PART TWO: RECRUITMENT AND PLACEMENT

4. Job Analysis

5. Personnel Planning and Recruiting

6. Employee Testing and Selection

7. Interviewing Candidates

PART THREE: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

8. Training and Developing Employees

9. Performance Management and Appraisal

10. Coaching, Careers, and Talent Management

PART FOUR: COMPENSATION

11. Establishing Strategic Pay Plans

12. Pay for Performance and Financial Incentives

13. Benefits and Services

PART FIVE: EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

14. Ethics, Justice, and Fair Treatment in HR Management

15. Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining

16. Employee Safety and Health

17. Managing Global Human Resources

18. Managing Human Resources in Entrepreneurial Firms

Performance Management: Pearson New International Edition (3e)

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For courses in Performance Appraisal, Compensation Management, and Training and Development.

Discover where the real success in business can be found.

What makes some businesses more successful than others? The answer: people. Organizations with motivated, talented employees that offer outstanding customer service are more likely to pull ahead of the competition. Performance Management is the first text to emphasize this key competitive advantage, showing students that success in today’s globalized business world can be found, not in technology and products, but in an organization’s people.

The third edition includes updated and current information, and features over forty new cases.

Herman Aguinis
2014
Pearson
9 781292 024073

Human Relations in Organizations: Applications and Skill Building

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The book provides a balanced, three-pronged approach:

A clear concise understanding of human relations and organizational behavior concepts
Application of human relations and organizational behavior in the business world
Development of human relations and organizational behavior skills


PART ONE

INTRAPERSONAL SKILLS: BEHAVIOR, HUMAN RELATIONS, AND PERFORMANCE BEGIN WITH YOU

1 Understanding Behavior, Human Relations, and Performance

2 Personality, Stress, Learning, and Perception

3 Attitudes, Self-Concept, Values, and Ethics

4 Time and Career Management

 

PART TWO

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS: THE FOUNDATION OF HUMAN RELATIONS

5 Communications, Emotions, and Criticism

6 Dealing with Conflict

 

PART THREE

LEADERSHIP SKILLS: INFLUENCING OTHERS

7 Leading and Trust

8 Motivating Performance

9 Ethical Power, Politics, and Etiquette

10 Networking and Negotiating

 

PART FOUR

LEADERSHIP SKILLS: TEAM AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, HUMAN RELATIONS, AND PERFORMANCE

11 Team Dynamics, Creativity and Problem Solving, and Decision Making

12 Organizational Change and Culture

13 Valuing Diversity Globally

 

Advertising and Promotion

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Part 1: Introduction to Integrated Marketing Communications
Chapter 1   An Introduction to Integrated Marketing Communications
Chapter 2  The Role of IMC in the Marketing Process
Part 2 Integrated Marketing Program Situation Analysis
Chapter 3 Organizing for Advertising and Promotion: The Role of Ad Agencies and Other Marketing Communication Organizations
Chapter 4 Perspectives on Consumer Behavior
Part 3 Analyzing the Communication Process
Chapter 5 The Communication Process
Chapter 6 Source, Message, and Channel Factors
Part 4 Objectives and Budgeting for Integrated Marketing Communications Programs
Chapter 7 Establishing Objectives and Budgeting for the Promotional Program
Part 5 Developing the Integrated Marketing Communications Program
Chapter 8 Creative Strategy: Planning and Development
Chapter 9 Creative Strategy: Implementation and Evaluation
Chapter 10 Media Planning and Strategy
Chapter 11 Evaluation of Media: Television and Radio
Chapter 12 Evaluation of Media: Magazines and Newspapers
Chapter 13 Support Media
Chapter 14 Direct Marketing
Chapter 15 The Internet: Digital and Social Media
Chapter 16 Sales Promotion
Chapter 17 Public Relations, Publicity, and Corporate Advertising
Part 6 Monitoring, Evaluation, and Control
Chapter 18 Measuring the Effectiveness of the Promotional Program
Part 7 Special Topics and Perspectives
Chapter 19 International Advertising and Promotion
Chapter 20 Regulation of Advertising and Promotion
Chapter 21 Evaluating the Social, Ethical, Evaluating Aspects of Advertising and Promotion
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George E. Belch And Michael A. Belch
2015
Mc Graw Hill Education
9 789814 575119

Human Resource Management, Global Edition (14e)

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Combining Theory & Practice: A Modern Guide to Human Resources

Human Resource Management addresses the study of HR in a realistic, practical, and stimulating manner. Examples of how HR management is practiced in the real world and the relationship between various HR topics are interwoven throughout the text, giving students a thorough introduction to the field based on sound theoretical concepts and practice.

The Fourteenth Edition reveals HR’s strategic importance to management and the overall health of an organization. The text also addresses the ongoing shrinkage of internal HR departments as many companies shift towards HR outsourcing, HR shared service centers, and professional employer organizations. Students should walk away with an appreciation for how the HR profession continues to shed its administrative image and while focusing on mission-oriented activities.


Part I: Setting the Stage

1. Human Resource Management: An Overview

2. Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

3. Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Workforce Diversity

 

Part II: Staffing

4. Strategic Planning, Human Resource Planning, and Job Analysis

5. Recruitment

6. Selection

 

Part III: Performance Management and Training

7. Performance Management and Appraisal

8. Training and Development

 

Part IV: Compensation

9. Direct Financial Compensation (Core Compensation)

10. Indirect Financial Compensation (Employee Benefits)

 

Part V: Labor Relations, Employee Relations, Safety, and Health

11. Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining

12. Internal Employee Relations

13. Employee Safety, Health, and Wellness

 

Part VI: Operating in a Global Environment

14. Global Human Resource Management

R. Wayne Dean Mondy, Joseph J. Martocchio
2016
Pearson
9 781292 094373