Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, 10th Edition
November 2009, ©2010
Bestselling authors David DeCenzo and Stephen Robbins have channeled their significant industry experience for students throughout the U.S. and across the world. For every element of HRM—recruitment, training, motivation, retention, safety, employment law, globalization, and compensation—the new 10th Edition contains content, cases, and questions both broad and thorough enough to equip all students with a solid foundation to achieve professional success.
Chapter 1 The Dynamic Environment of HRM.
Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Strategic HRM.
PART 2 THE LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONTEXT OF HRM.
Chapter 3 Equal Employment Opportunity.
Chapter 4 Employee Rights and Discipline.
PART 3 STAFFING THE ORGANIZATION.
Chapter 5 Human Resource Planning and Job Analysis.
Chapter 6 Recruiting.
Chapter 7 Foundations of Selection.
PART 4 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT.
Chapter 8 Socializing, Orienting, and Developing Employees.
Chapter 9 Managing Careers.
PART 5 MAINTAINING HIGH PERFORMANCE.
Chapter 10 Establishing the Performance Management System.
Chapter 11 Establishing Rewards and Pay Plans.
Chapter 12 Employee Benefits.
Chapter 13 Ensuring a Safe and Healthy Work Environment.
PART 6 LABOR-MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTS.
Chapter 14 Understanding Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining.
Chapter 1: International Diversity, HRM Challenges
Chapter 2: The link between HR and business strategy, HR careers, and Outsourcing HR
Chapter 3: Small business and the USERRA and VIBA, Recruiting Diversity, English-Only Rules, EEOC, and younger workers
Chapter 4: Reorganized to include Employee Discipline, Employee Dismissal; Company Monitoring of Employees; Workplace Romance, and Fraternization Policies
Chapter 5: Department of Labor O*NET Database and Content Model, Turnover at Transportation, and Communication Skills Activity
Chapter 6: Employment Branding
Chapter 7: Acceptable and Unacceptable Interview Questions, social networking sites including Facebook and LinkedIn, Effective Interviewing, Creating Effective Interview Questions Activity
Chapter 8: Addition of Employee Handbook and Communication sections
Chapter 9: Career, Growing and Declining Jobs
Chapter 10: Technology in the Appraisal Process, Creating a Performance Appraisal team activity, How to Write Effective Appraisal Comments
Chapter 11: Salary Negotiation and Discrimination, Violations of Fair Labor Standards Act, Merit Pay learning activity
Chapter 12: Social Security and the “Silver Tsunami,” Reducing Healthcare Costs for Employers, Decline of Defined Benefit Retirement Plans, Paid Time Off (PTO)
Chapter 13: OSHA Assistance to Employers, OSHA’s Top Ten Violations
Clear, conversational style.
A practical look at the most critical issues in human resource management.
Features proven to facilitate learning:
Learning Outcomes, Chapter Summaries, Key Terms, Review and Discussion Questions
The HRM Workshop: End-of-chapter sections promote analytical, diagnostic, team-building, investigative, presentation, communication, and writing skills. These experiential exercises provide opportunities to work with real cases, short research papers, or class presentations.
Examples and cases from real companies such as the Major League Baseball Players Association, UPS, General Electric, OSHA, and more.
Integrated theme boxes: HRM Skill Boxes, HRM Ethical Situations, Meet an HRM Professional.