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About the Author
J P Mahajan :-
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.
About the Book
Managing human resources in an organisation is important for maximising employees' performance towards achieving the organisation's strategic goals. Managing employees involves framing policies and creating optimum processes and structures. It includes employees' recruitment, training and development, performance appraisal, and rewarding. Managing Human Resources is specifically conceived and designed for MBA students and working managers. It would help them understand the concepts, techniques and theories of human resource management. Further, it would enhance their critical thinking skills by providing them with numerous opportunities to apply their learning to real-world workplace situations.
• Emerging Issues: Topics such as strategic human resource management, human resource information system and industrial relations have been discussed • Case Studies: Each chapter concludes with a case on HR problem-solving • Pedagogical Tools: Each chapter contains Review Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, flow charts, illustrations, boxes and exhibits to enhance comprehension and stimulate interest in HR tools
Table of Content
1. An Overview of Human Resource Management, 2. Human Resource Development, 3. Strategic Human Resource Management, 4. Human Resource Planning, 5. Human Resource Information System, 6. Human Resource Accounting and Audit, 7. Job Analysis, 8. Recruitment, 9. Employee Selection, Placement and Induction, 10. Training and Development, 11. Performance Appraisal, 12. Job Evaluation, 13. Compensation Administration, 14. Systems of Wage Payment and Wage Policy in India, 15. Incentive Plans, 16. Fringe Benefits and Executive Compensation, 17. Employee Discipline and Grievance Handling, 18. Industrial Relations, 19. Employee Promotion, Transfer and Separation