Human resource management in small business: achieving peak performance - Cheltenham Edward Elgar Publishing 2011 - x, 368 p. - New horizons in management .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Human Resource Management in Small Business fills a gap in our understanding of economic performance. Small businesses are more numerous, have more employees, and contribute more to the economies of nations throughout the world than do large organizations. This book examines a range of issues, including the significance of human resource management (HRM) practices to small business success, the management of work hours and work stressors, work and family issues, succession planning, employee recruitment and selection, and managing staff. It also explores how individuals develop HRM skills, and learn from their own and others’ experiences. The role of HRM practices in successful small businesses is illustrated through a range of case studies.

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Human resource management
Organization behavior
Small business - Management
Personnel management

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