Essential Competencies for HRM is intended primarily for those studying towards a Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification in human resource management. The chapters reflect the knowledge assessment criteria for each competency, and address the issues in a succinct way with an emphasis on policy and practice.
Each chapter includes two learning activities that require students to apply the ideas outlined in the chapter to a realistic scenario where they have to deal with an issue or solve a problem – the kinds of challenges that HR professionals are asked to deal with every day.
Affordable, readable, and free from excessive jargon and too many chapters, Essential Competencies for HRM contains just the critical, core information that students need to read, learn, remember and then apply in their chosen fields of work.
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|About the book|
|Cover Format||Soft cover|
|Table of Contents||About the author; Preface; Chapter 1: Managing HR services; Chapter 2: Remuneration and benefits; Chapter 3: Recruitment, selection and induction; Chapter 4: Separations and terminations; Chapter 5: Performance management; Chapter 6: Workforce planning; Chapter 7: Workplace health and safety; Chapter 8: Employee relations; Index.|
|Trim||190 x 245|
|About the authors|
|Author 1||Mike Fazey BA coordinates the Human Resource Management program in the School of Business at the University of Notre Dame (Fremantle). He has also lectured in human resource management at Murdoch and Edith Cowan universities. Mike has more than 25 years’ experience as an HR practitioner and strategist. His experience encompasses recruitment, learning and development, performance management, change management, organisational development, leadership development and strategic human resource management. As a practitioner, Mike has been a member of various university business school advisory boards and committees, and was a member of the Western Australian State Council of the Australian Human Resources Institute from 2004 to 2007.|