Human Resource Management-The Human Face by Dr. Parveen Prasad, Sekhar Seshan
In this context, this book is truly timely because it analyses threadbare all the new imperatives for HRM.
Its case study approach enables theory to be abstracted from practice and instead of preaching which could so easily have been a trap for the authors to fall into, the book brings out useful concepts in a readable and well-structured manner. I am sure this tome will be a valuable addition to the body of knowledge on HRM and make a difference to better management of the human resource.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Management students.
Table of Contents:
1.Evolution of Human Resource Management
5.Equality and Diversity in the Workplace
6.Learning and Development
7.Performance Management and Appraisal
8.Compensation : Establishing Pay Plans
10.Law and HRM
13.Employee Health and Safety
15.International Human Resource Management (IHRM)
16.Human Resource Information Management (HRIM)