HANDBOOK OF HRM PRACTICES: Management Policies and Practices

HANDBOOK OF HRM PRACTICES: Management Policies and Practices

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The book introduces the essential elements of human resource management (HRM), its origins and applications. HRM is viewed as an all-embracing term describing a number of distinctive approaches to people management. It helps you to understand and evaluate the different and sometimes ambiguous views of HRM by investigating its origins, explanatory models, tehnology and practice. The chapters address a number of specific issues like fundamental concepts of HRM, distinction between HRM from other approaches to managing people-particularly personnel management, the coherent and integrated approach to managing people, the purpose of human resource management (HRM), how it developed, and the range of tasks covered by human resource specialists.Strong stockholder doctrine was articulated in Dodge Brothers v. Ford (1919), in which the Michigan Supreme Court ordered Ford Motor Co. to pay a special dividendaquot;. ... Harvard Map of HRM makes considerable use of the concept. But theanbsp;...

Title:HANDBOOK OF HRM PRACTICES: Management Policies and Practices
Author: S.K. SHARMA
Publisher:Global India Publications - 2009-12-01

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