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Andrew J. DuBrin

Andrew J. DuBrin

Rochester Institute of Technology-Emeritus


Pages: 410 Pages

Copyright Year: © 2022

Status: Available

Formats & Ordering ISBNs:


Paperback (Four-Color): 978-1-950377-89-3

Paperback (B/W): 978-1-950377-31-2

Loose-Leaf (B/W): 978-1-950377-32-9

Online eTexbook: 978-1-950377-33-6

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Study Guide

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FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT is designed for courses in human resource management or HR that have a strong applied focus. The book is developed to equip students with the practical skills and knowledge required to excel in various aspects of human resource management.

The book is organized into four main parts that cover the fundamentals of human resource management, including the legal and ethical considerations, the processes and systems involved in human resource management, the recruitment and selection of employees, and the development and management of employee performance.

The authors have carefully crafted the book to strike a balance between theoretical and practical content. The book incorporates relevant theory and research findings where appropriate, yet the major thrust of the book is on the direct application of knowledge of the type fostered by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). The book also includes a range of cases, skill-development exercises, and real-world examples to help students develop and apply their knowledge of human resource management.

In addition to its comprehensive coverage, the size and scope of the book make it well-suited for college courses that supplement a core textbook with journal articles, major projects, online information, or other instructional media. The book is an excellent resource for students who are interested in pursuing a career in human resource management or for those who are interested in acquiring practical skills that are relevant to managing people in any organizational context.

An accessible and relevant text that offers a unique narrative. A natural and relaxed writing style promotes a sense of a conversation between the author and reader.
Comprehensive coverage of current topics and scholarly research. The text has been thoroughly updated to reflect recent research, theories, and scholarship from across the discipline.​​
Extensive use of real-world examples. Each chapter contains a wide variety of real-world examples. Chapter-opening vignettes provide examples of the real world of human resource management that familiarize students with managerial decision-making.
Integrated Coverage of Global and Cross-cultural Issues Confronting Today’s HR Managers. Throughout the text, there is an integrated discussion of managing the global environment, an essential topic in today’s global and interconnected world.
Integrated coverage of ethics. The importance of HR management ethics and social responsibility is a theme that is incorporated into every chapter.
Student-friendly pedagogy and features. Each chapter provides chapter outlines, learning objectives, Human Resources in Action boxed feature, on-page key term definitions, comprehensive chapter reviews, discussion questions and activities, self-assessment and skills development exercise, end-of-chapter case, and much more.
Complete Instructor's Support Package. Instructor's Resource Manual, Test Item File, PowerPoint Lecture Slides, and Online Video Labs with Student Worksheets.

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Instructor's Manual

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100% of Our Development, Production, and Manufacturing are done here in the U.S.A.​
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