This volume provides a comprehensive treatment of the staffing function--defined by the authors as an integrated system of planning for obtaining, using, and developing human resources. Written as an on the job reference source for personnel professionals, the book emphasizes a practical rather than theoretical approach to the subject of staffing. All three authors are university professors with considerable research, publication, and consulting experience on human resource issues, thus, their book is well researched and informative, with a field-based, applied focus. Choice
Beginning with an overview of staffing and its overall role in the organization, the authors move to thorough treatments of staffing legislation and regulation, federal court decisions affecting staffing, and the uniform guidelines, adverse impact and affirmative action programs. They then turn their attention to job analysis, human resource planning, the recruiting process, employee selection, selection tests, interviewing, and performance appraisal. Concluding chapters address career planning and development within the organization and human resource administration. Numerous tables and figures a well as a convenient checklist for evaluating the staffing function complete this important contribution to human resources literature.
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A thoroughly revised edition providing a comprehensive treatment of staffing procedures, policies, techniques, and problems for human resource professionals and students.About the Author:
DONALD L. CARUTH is Professor of Management in the College of Business and Technology at East Texas State University.
ROBERT M. NOE, III, is Professor of Management and Head of the Department of Marketing and Management in the College of Business and Technology at East Texas State University.
R. WAYNE MONDY is Professor of Management and Head of the Department of Management and Marketing in the College of Business Administration, McNeese State University.
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Book Description Praeger, 1990. Paperback. First Printing. VERY GOOD -. Clean and Bright. Binding Straight and Tight; previous owner's name inked out and some highlighting. Bookseller Inventory # 316971
Book Description Praeger Pub, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0275938042