He served for about four decades as the faculty member of Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi. He is also the author of renowned books like Managing Human Resources and Management Principles and Applications published by Vikas.
She is currently working as an Assistant Professor of Commerce at Zakir Husain Delhi College, University of Delhi. During her teaching career spanning over thirteen years, she has published a number of papers in national and international journals. She has also presented papers in various national and international conferences. She has also authored a Dictionary of Commerce.
About the Book
Human Resource Management is a curriculum-driven book designed to cater to the examination-and-knowledge needs of students pursuing B.Com. (Hons.) course at the University of Delhi. The book presents principles and practices of human resource management in a simple, scientific and lucid style.
• Incorporates latest ideas valuable in developing students' business acumen and sharpening their diagnostic skills of human resource management problem solving.
• Emphasises on competency-based study aids — such as Learning Objectives, Flow Charts, Boxes and Tables, and Figures— to provide intensive coverage of general and contemporary human resource management topics.
• Provides Case Studies in significant areas to highlight the practical side of human resource management issues.
Table of Content
• Introduction to Human Resource Management • Emerging Challenges of HRM • Human Resource Planning • Job Analysis • Employee Recruitment • Employee Selection • Placement, Induction, Socialisation and Retention of Employees • Training and Development • Performance Appraisal, Potential Appraisal and Employee Counselling • Job Changes--Promotions and Transfers • Employee Compensation • Job Evaluation • Employee Health, Safety, Security, Welfare and Grievance Handling and Redressal • Employer-Employee Relations and Industrial Disputes • HRIS, e-HRM, HR Audit and Impact of HRM Practices on Organisational Performance • Contemporary Issues in HRM