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Human Resource Policy by
Publication Date: 2020-02-11
'Human Resource Policy' describes how policies anchor HR practice and connect HR to organisational strategy. It reaffirms the importance of policy and the need for practitioners to possess skills in the research, development, writing and implementation of HR policies. The book also examines 16 important policy areas and discusses the various policy options that might apply, depending on the organisation's nature, the legal framework that applies to it and its strategic needs.
Managing Human Capital in Today's Globalization by
Publication Date: 2020
This book explores important issues in human capital in human resource management as it relates to management information systems (MIS). It highlights how management information systems are implemented and the potential for employee resistance, offering behavioral strategies to involve employees in adopting effective MIS and in overcoming resistance during change. The authors also look at the available research that focuses on the changing skills requirements of employees in the context of both MIS perspectives and HRM perspectives. They address how current trends have evolved into a hyper-emerging market of competitive advantage and fast-changing environments toward globalization. The authors also address: workforce planning and management systems strategic human resource management re-engineering work processes for improved productivity work-force diversity the integration of MIS-HRIS and employee involvement human resource globalization and MIS implications the impact of digital technology on decentralized work sites organizational continuous improvement programs
Transgender in the Workplace: the Complete Guide to the New Authenticity for Employers and Gender-Diverse Professionals by
Publication Date: 2018
Offering a fresh and practical perspective for employers and gender-diverse professionals, this book presents useful tools, information, and resources to help organizations and individuals to understand and leverage the power of gender authenticity as a pathway to business success. * Explains the forms and causes of discrimination faced by gender-diverse individuals in the workplace * Provides a definition and examples of gender authenticity, the only published resource to articulate the concept of gender authenticity as a powerful tool for enhancing organizational workplace culture * Offers five fundamentals for achieving a gender-authentic workplace * Presents an entire chapter on recognizing and responding to resistance