Managing people is the most challenging part of any leader’s day. And that job certainly is not getting any easier. The Big Book of HR will provide any HR professional, manager, or business owner of any size organization the information they need to get the most from their talent. It is filled with information on everything from the most strategic HR-related issues to the smallest tactical detail of how to manage people.
Each topic covered includes information on associated legal issues, and includes stories from leading organizations to illustrate how Human Resources can positively impact the organization. Each chapter ends with discussion questions to test your understanding of the topic and encourage additional thought. Many sample forms and templates plus a list of additional resources are included, as well.
The Big Book of HR will clearly and comprehensively explain how to:
- Identify, motivate, and retain your superstars
- Determine the employees you need and when to hire them
- Select the best applicants for your positions and your culture
- Assimilate new talent into your organization
- Manage using total rewards and performance management
- Maintain positive employee relations and manage conflict
Barbara Mitchell is a human resources professional and management consultant who is a recognized expert in the HR field. She is co-author of The Essential HR Handbook. Prior to co-founding The Millennium Group International, LLC, much of her HR career was spent with Marriott International. She is now managing partner of The Mitchell Group, a HR consulting practice.
Cornelia Gamlem, SPHR, is president of The GEMS Group, Ltd. She co-authored Roadmap to Success: 5 Steps to Putting Action Into your Affirmative Action Plan. She has served on the National Board of Directors of the Society for Human Resources Management and on the Federal Advisory Board founded by the U.S. Departments of Labor and HHS. Both authors live in the Washington, D.C. area.
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