Prescribed at UNISA (University of South Africa) for :Human Resource Management (PMA221S) by lecturer Surette Warnich
This title was written to satisfy the need for a South African, approach to studying the various human resource functions. This title focuses on the knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to create and implement successful human resource programmes. It is suitable for second and third-year students at technikons and universities, and is therefore a valuable aid to those studying for professional qualifications in human resource management as well as to practising human resource and other managers striving towards the effective management of people at work. This title covers of both traditional and current human resource aspects. Traditional topics include job analysis, recruitment, selection, socialisation and orientation, psychological measurement, performance evaluation and compensation. Discussion of emerging topics in the international and South African human resource field, such as dealing with aids and smoking in the workplace, new developments in compensation, and relevant legislation, make this a practical and useful addition to the human resource practitioner's bookshelf.