Personnel Management (Human Resource Principles, Concepts, Trends, Emerging Challenges)

ISBN Number : 978-93-5693-928-8

Student Price : Rs.998

Student Dollar Price : 40$

Library Price : Rs.2475

Library Dollar Price : 99$

Book Edition : Thirty One

Year of Publication : 2023

No. Of Pages : 854

Book Weight :1588

About The Book

The revised edition of Personnel Management (Human Resource Principles, Concepts, Trends, Emerging Challenges) has undergone a radical change. Keeping the syllabi needs of UG and PG students pursuing courses in HRM, the contents have been changed. The new topics, case studies, corporate examples, and research inputs would certainly help the students have a firm grip over the discipline and apply the same intelligently when they step into the corporate world.

New Topics :
 HR as the villain of the piece
 Labour legislation in India
 New Labour Code 2021
 HR and competitive advantage
 Challenges in managing a diverse workforce
 Downsizing, VRS and Worklife balance
 HR Outsourcing
 HR in a globalised environment
 Job analysis in a jobless world
 Dealing with HR surpluses and shortages
 Recruitment: Situational Factors
 New trends in recruitment
 Retention: Policies, Procedures and Strategies
 New Hiring Trends: Global Scenario
 Competency Mapping
 Temping
 Training: Models and Evaluation Techniques
 Training and Development in Indian Industries
 Succession Planning
 Performance gap analysis
 Training appraisers and evaluators
 Compensation Policy: Strategic Issues
 Strategic pay choices
 Executive Compensation
 National Policy on Safety, Health and Environment
 Social Security in India: Current Scenario
 The New Labour Codes and Collective Bargaining
 The New Labour Codes and Trade Unions in India
 Green HRM
 Ethical issues in HRM
 Employee Surveillance
 Employee Privacy Issues
 Human Capital Management
 Employer as a Brand
 HRM in small and medium enterprises


Contents :

1. Introduction
2. HR: Roles, Policies and The Legal Framework
3. Strategic Human Resource Management
4. Empowerment and Workforce Diversity
5. Downsizing, VRS and Work-Life Balance
6. Total Quality Management, Re-Engineering and HR Outsourcing
7. HR in A Globalised Environment
8. Job Analysis
9. Human Resource Planning
10. Recruitment and Retention
11. Selection and Competency Mapping
12. Placement, Induction and Internal Mobility
13. Employee Separations, Absenteeism and Labour Turnover
14. Employee Training
15. Executive Development
16. Career and Succession Management
17. Job Design, Work Scheduling and Motivation
18. Job Evaluation
19. Performance and Potential Appraisal
20. Compensation Management: Strategic Issues
21. Incentives, Methods of Wage Payment and Fringe Benefits
22. Employee Safety and Health
23. Employee Welfare and Social Security
24. Teams and Team Work
25. Workers' Participation in Management
26. Employee Grievances and Discipline
27. Collective Bargaining
28. Trade Unions and Employers' Associations
29. Industrial Relations and Industrial Disputes
30. E-HRM, Green HRM, HRA, HRIS and HR Audit
31. Personnel Records and Research
32. International Human Resource Management
33. Contemporary Issues in HRM

About The Author

Dr. V.S.P. Rao is a gold medalist at undergraduate and post-graduate level(s). He has authored and co-authored 15 books and has dozens of articles, papers, research publications to his credit. He has been awarded several government research grants to pursue studies in the fields of Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour.

Dr. Rao has conducted several training programmes for executives on behalf of reputed companies in India. A Fellow of Institution of Managers and BIMS, a former Director of MIM, Lucknow as well as Hyderabad and a former Professor at IMT, Ghaziabad. He is currently pursuing research in the areas of HRM, OB and General Management.

Dr. C.B. Mamoria was head of the Department of Commerce and Management Studies at the Unversity of Udaipur. Late Dr. Mamoria was also Professor of Business Administration. An authority on the subject, he comtributed original ideas that formed part of his philosophy, well received in reputed seats of learning in India and abroad.

Among the numerous of classic works, to recall a couple are "Dynamics of Industrial Relations", "Business Planning and Policy". A beacon light to the subjective seeker, although no more amongst us, has left behind his master works, now carried on in Perpetuity.

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