In the later part of 1980s very many innovative practices emerged on the Corporate scene. Human Resources Development (HRD) is one discipline which was assumed as a vital activity to develop the business in an organization. Since then all most all business house considered HRD as a big factor for their success and established HRD wings in their organizations, formulated HRD Policies and appointed HR personnels to implement these policies.
During this period, to give a clear picture of HRD, Volumeneous literature was rolled out by publishers and written by great scholars. They tried and analysed the distinction between traditional practices which were called “ Personnel Management “ and Human Resources Management (HRM)” as it is called today.
The literature available on HRM is extensive. The learners at the entry level may feel it difficult to understand various dimensions HRM. As this subject is introduced at degree level in various universities, an attempt is made in this title to give an overview of HRM to be easily understood by these entry level students.
Chapter 1. Human Resource Management - An Overview
Chapter 2. Human Resource Planning
Chapter 3. Recruitment
Chapter 4. Selection And Placement
Chapter 5. Training And Induction
Chapter 6. Performance Appraisal
Chapter 7. Compensation
Chapter 8. Promotion
Chapter 9. Transfer and Right-Sizing
Chapter 10. Human Resources Development