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Applied human resource management: strategic issues and experiential exercises

By: York, Kenneth M.
Publisher: Los Angeles Sage Publications 2010Description: xix, 411 p.ISBN: 9781412954921.Subject(s): Personnel managementDDC classification: 658.3 Summary: Applied Human Resources Management is designed to give business students in-depth hands-on learning experiences that will help them practice the principles they are learning and develop the skills necessary when dealing with people in diverse settings and situations. The text: covers critical issues in the effective management of human resources, which can be used for class discussions, or be given as homework problems, or used as essay questions on tests; presents students with a situation where they can apply an HRM concept or principle to a new situation, which can be used as in-class exercises, or for self-study; and, provides experiential exercises, giving students an opportunity to learn by doing, which can be used again as in-class or out-of-class exercises. Source: http://www.alibris.com/
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 351-392) and index

Applied Human Resources Management is designed to give business students in-depth hands-on learning experiences that will help them practice the principles they are learning and develop the skills necessary when dealing with people in diverse settings and situations. The text: covers critical issues in the effective management of human resources, which can be used for class discussions, or be given as homework problems, or used as essay questions on tests; presents students with a situation where they can apply an HRM concept or principle to a new situation, which can be used as in-class exercises, or for self-study; and, provides experiential exercises, giving students an opportunity to learn by doing, which can be used again as in-class or out-of-class exercises. Source: http://www.alibris.com/

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