Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 1-9
  3. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 10-27
  4. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 28-50
  5. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 51-57
  6. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 58-70
  7. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 71-84
  8. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 85-95
  9. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 96-113
  10. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 114-121
  11. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 122-140
  12. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 141-149
  13. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 150-161
  14. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 162-182
  15. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 183-197
  16. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 198-216
  17. Margaret Attwood, Stuart Dimmock
    Pages 217-222
  18. Back Matter
    Pages 223-240

About this book

Introduction

Personnel Management is the ideal text for students on a wide range of professional and business courses and will also assist the newly appointed practitioner in developing the skills necessary to manage people effectively at work whilst encouraging the more experienced manager to question and challenge established practices. Fully updated, the third edition explains the difference between Personnel Management and Human Resource Management and covers the advent of the competency movement with its emphasis on training and NVQs. The student-centred approach, with numerous useful exercises to facilitate understanding is a continuing feature of this popular text.

Keywords

HRM human resource management management

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