About the Book :
This comprehensive book covers new point / counterpoint boxes, in every chapter that focus on areas of controversy within HRM. HR Legal Briefs sections call attention to important legal issues. Similarly, HR Tech Talk inserts look at how different innovations have affected HR practices. Other inserts include HR around the Globe and HR in the Twenty-First century. Chapter-opening cases focus on a recent event, issue or trend that illustrates key concepts. A more detailed case appears at the end of each chapter. Chapter Summary and Review & Discussion questions along with ethical dilemmas in HRM are provided at the end of each chapter.
About the Author :
Angelo S. DeNisi, is Dean of the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. Dr DeNisi earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from City University of New York in 1973 and a PhD in industrial/organizational psychology from Purdue University in 1977. He was the Paul M. and Rosalie Robertson Chair in Business Administration and a University Distinguished Professor at Texas A&M. He also served as director of the Center for Human Resource Management at A&M.Ricky W. Griffin, Ph.D. University of Houston is a Distinguished Professor of Management. He holds the Blocker Chair in Business, and currently serves as the Executive Associate Dean in the Mays College and Graduate School of Business at Texas A & M University. He was recently elected to become a Fellow of the Academy of Management and inducted into the Academy of Management Journal's Hall of Fame. His research has been published in reputed management journals. In addition, Dr Griffin has also written and/or edited several scholarly books as well as numerous textbooks.
Interesting Facts :
New Point/Counterpoint boxes, in every chapter, focus on areas of controversy within HRM.HR Legal Briefs sections call attention to important legal issues. Similarly, HR Tech Talk inserts look at how different innovations have affected HR practices. Other inserts include HR around the globe and HR in the Twenty-First Century. Chapter-opening cases focus on a recent event, issue, or trend that illustrates key concepts. Amore detailed case appears at the end of each Chapter. Chapter summary and review & discussion questions along with ethical dilemmas in HRM at the end of every chapter. Building HRM skills exercises provided along with HR Internet Exercises.Instructor's Resource Manual with PowerPoint Slides includes for each chapter the list of learning objectives, a detailed lecture outline, suggested answers to all text questions and end-of-chapter activities.Apart from the growth and evolution of HR function in India along with various Acts in the Indian Supplement there is a separate chapter on HRM in IT organizations and BPOs. Twenty five corporate profiles characterize a great place to work while there is also an Indian case study towards the end.
I. An Overview of Human Resource Management 1.The Nature of Human Resource Management II. The Environment of Human Resource Management 2.The Strategic Human Resource Environment 3.The Legal Environment 4.The Global Environment III. Staffing the Organization 5.Job Analysis and Job Design 6.Recruiting Human Resources 7.Selecting Human Resources 8.Rightsizing, Termination, and RetentionIV. Enhancing Motivation and Performance 9.Appraising and Managing Performance 10.Training, Development, and Organizational Learning V. Compensating and Rewarding the Workforce 11.Managing Basic Compensation 12.Incentives and Performance-Based Rewards 13.Indirect Compensation and Benefits VI. Managing the Existing Workforce 14.Managing Labor Relations 15.Managing Careers and Work Environments 16.Managing the Diverse Workforce 17.Managing Employment Relationships Indian Supplement.