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|Title:||Handbook of human resources management.||Authors:||Matthias Zeuch (Editor).||Keywords:||Human resource management.||Issue Date:||2016||Publisher:||Springer||Abstract:||Dear Reader, How to find a common denominator in a handbook with more than 85 authors from approximately 20 countries? Despite the highly appreciated diversity of styles, methods, and approaches, there still is one thing all authors have in common: a passion for people. All authors believe that with a humanistic HR management both people and business win: A motivated, engaged workforce delivers best results while its members enjoy their employment experience. All articles in this book are based on real-life experiences of the authors. The book contains: • “Essentials” articles, which provide a broad overview of a whole area within HR management and view this area from four predefined perspectives: People (cultural, social, and psychological aspects), Risk (legal and other external considerations), Economic (tangible implications regarding cost and valueadded), and Operational • Cases with Lessons Learned and Essays, which pinpoint one specific example or topic. With this mix of broader and specific articles, the reader will get both a 360-degree overview and practical insights into relevant details. As a new form of publication, the contents of the book are discussed within the LinkedIn group “Global Human Resources Management” and are also available as a one-year interactive qualification program. For more information, please contact email@example.com. In the name of all authors, I wish you a rewarding reading experience and am looking forward to exciting discussions with you in our LinkedIn group and/or our qualification program!||URI:||http://dspace.uniten.edu.my/jspui/handle/123456789/15685|
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