Managing Human Resources: Productivity, Quality of Work Life, Profits
The Cascio book is perfect for the general management student whose job inevitably will involve responsibility for managing people. It explicitly links the relationship between productivity, quality of work life, and profits to various human resource management activities and, as such, strengthens the students perception of human resource management as an important function which affects individuals, organizations, and society. It is research-based and contains strong links to the applicability of this research to real business situations.
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Part One ENVIRONMENT
Human Resources in a Globally Competitive Business Environment
What Is It and Why Is It Important?
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