Effective Hr Measurement Techniques
This collection of essays by human resource professionals explains various techniques for human resource departments to use in order to measure and verify the value of their programs and participation within a company. It offers advice and explanation of various research methods including archival or historical studies, literature reviews, case studies, surveys, interviews, focus groups, and experiments. Plus, included essays address topics such as various ethical dilemmas within human resources, the differences between “good” and “bad” turnover, and proposals of a new model of HR staffing and operations.
- Paperback | 171 pages
- 157 x 230.6 x 13.2mm | 312.98g
- 02 Apr 2002
- Paul & Co Pub Consortium
- Society for Human Resource
About Maureen J. Fleming
Maureen J. Fleming received her Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University and is a professor of management at the University of Montana. She lives in Missoula, Montana. Jennifer B. Wilson received her Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Washington State University and is the executive director for human resources at the University of Wisconsin. She lives in La Crosse, Wisconsin.