Human Resources Administration : Personnel Issues and Needs in Education
For graduate-level courses in human resource administration.Representing a major revision of this comprehensive text, the fourth edition expands the authors' premise that the responsibility for successful human resources administration is one that is shared between central HR personnel and local principals. Coverage addresses the primary HR processes of planning, recruitment, selection, induction, development, negotiation, compensation, and organizational climate, with special attention paid in this edition to the contribution effective HR administration can make to improving student achievement. Numerous instructional activities bolster text material that examines research relevant to each topic as it happens today and forecasts competencies that will be required of the HR professional tomorrow.
- Hardback | 526 pages
- 190.5 x 238.76 x 30.48mm | 975.22g
- 01 Jan 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
- 4th edition
Table of contents
I. HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. 1. Human Resources Administration: Past to Present. 2. The Nature of the Human Resources Function: Its Organization and Processes. II. SHAPING THE ENVIRONMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION. 3. Strategic Human Resources Planning. 4. Organizational Climate and the Human Resources Function. 5. Policies and Regulations in the Human Resources Function. 6. Legal Aspects of Human Resources Administration. 7. Collective Bargaining and the Human Resources Function: Working with Employee Groups. III. SPECIFIC PROCESSES IN THE HUMAN RESOURCES DOMAIN. 8. Recruitment. 9. Selection. 10. Maximizing Human Resources. 11. Performance Evaluation. 12. The Compensation Process. 13. The Support Personnel Program. IV. PROJECTIONS FOR THE FUTURE. 14. New Roles for the Human Resources Function: Trending Toward 2010. Glossary.