Susan E. Jackson, Randall S. Schuler, Steve Werner
Oxford University Press; 12th edition
The well-integrated and understandable Managing Human Resources, 12th Edition (PDF) makes use of the well-established Integrative Framework for Managing Human Resources developed by the authors (Jackson, Schuler, and Werner) to explain particular human resource (HR) activities such as recruitment, performance administration, training, and compensation. Students who are enrolled in the Managing Human Resources course should make it one of their primary learning objectives to get a grasp of the ways in which the many different HR activities may be brought together to form a system that boosts the efficiency of a business. This current edition is a greatly altered and improved version of a title that was previously made available by Cengage Learning.
Because it covers both strategy and human resources, the ebook has been useful to me for a good number of years. In addition to this, it provides students with an understanding of the primary facets of HR. It is difficult to do, but not impossible. I’ve been doing so for a good many years, and I intend to keep doing so.” — Mitchell Langbert; The Business School at Brooklyn College
The 12th edition of Managing Human Resources does an excellent job of covering all aspects of the HRM function. When it comes to the available updates and brand new “present points” features, some of them are really outstanding… The fact that the majority of them reflect either qualitative improvements or trends that are truly broad and systematic as opposed to being merely fads or narrowly applied is something that I really appreciate. — James M. Wilkerson and the Charleston Southern University
“It is a thoroughly organized and information-packed textbook. This article addresses the present condition of human resources, including the strategic necessity for HR, the significant role that HR plays in the business, and the influences, both internal and external, that drive HR practice. This newest revised and updated 12th edition identifies the changing nature of human resources (HR) as well as external elements that influence and effect HR management. — Kevin J. Jones and the University of Indiana
NOTE: The only component of this product is a PDF version of the booklet Managing Human Resources, which is in its twelfth edition. There are no access codes contained within.