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Human resources management

By: Zinni, Deborah M.
Contributor(s): Mathis, Robert L | Jackson, John H.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Canada Nelson 2011Edition: 2nd ed. Canadian.Description: xxviii, 683 p.ISBN: 9780176501969.Subject(s): Personnel management | Human resource managementDDC classification: 658.3 Summary: Human Resources Management by Deborah Zinni offers the most current look at HR and its impact on organizations. In todayDsfastanddynamicenvironments,itisbecomingincreasinglyimportantforhumanresourceprofessionalstounderstandtheeffectsofglobalization,technology,andmoreimportantly,therolethatstrategyplaysinthedeliveryofprograms,drivingchange,andinfluencingHRmanagementtoday.EachofthechaptersensuresthatHRprofessionalsarewellequippedtoconsiderthestrategicchallengesthattheymayfaceaswellastomeasuretheeffectivenessoftheirefforts.Theintegrationofglobalcoverageisareflectionofthecurrentbusinessenvironment,inwhichmostorganizationsfaceglobalcompetition.TheTechnologyTransformingHRfeatureisfoundinmostofthechaptersandservesasbothapreviewofhowHRwillbechangingandasourceofinformationonspecificapproachescurrentlybeingused.Withintegratedglobal,strategic,andtechnologicalperspectives,andwiththeinclusionofthemostcurrentreferencesandresearchpossible,thisisthemostcurrentHRtextavailableinCanadatodayandwillaidtheHRprofessionaltobereadytomeettheneedsofboththeorganizationand,moreimportantly,itspeople.(http://www.hed.nelson.com/nelsonhed/instructor.do?pagefrom=search&disciplinenumber=93&product_isbn=9780176501969&insurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.zinni.nelson.com%2Ffa)
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Human Resources Management by Deborah Zinni offers the most current look at HR and its impact on organizations. In todayDsfastanddynamicenvironments,itisbecomingincreasinglyimportantforhumanresourceprofessionalstounderstandtheeffectsofglobalization,technology,andmoreimportantly,therolethatstrategyplaysinthedeliveryofprograms,drivingchange,andinfluencingHRmanagementtoday.EachofthechaptersensuresthatHRprofessionalsarewellequippedtoconsiderthestrategicchallengesthattheymayfaceaswellastomeasuretheeffectivenessoftheirefforts.Theintegrationofglobalcoverageisareflectionofthecurrentbusinessenvironment,inwhichmostorganizationsfaceglobalcompetition.TheTechnologyTransformingHRfeatureisfoundinmostofthechaptersandservesasbothapreviewofhowHRwillbechangingandasourceofinformationonspecificapproachescurrentlybeingused.Withintegratedglobal,strategic,andtechnologicalperspectives,andwiththeinclusionofthemostcurrentreferencesandresearchpossible,thisisthemostcurrentHRtextavailableinCanadatodayandwillaidtheHRprofessionaltobereadytomeettheneedsofboththeorganizationand,moreimportantly,itspeople.(http://www.hed.nelson.com/nelsonhed/instructor.do?pagefrom=search&disciplinenumber=93&product_isbn=9780176501969&insurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.zinni.nelson.com%2Ffa)

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