REF: p. Succession planning b. Creating skill inventories c. Developing replacement charts d. Questions that might typically be found on a cultural audit include all of the following except: a.
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Shelves: school-readings , gave-away-or-returned This was my textbook for a class I took to help obtain my Human Resource degree. Overall, the information was very definitional and covered the basics and history of human resources. Thankfully there is the internet This was my textbook for a class I took to help obtain my Human Resource degree.
Thankfully there is the internet so I could research but it seems silly since this book is suppose to be a main source of information. The other point that bothered me was that the font was too small. Many of my classmates and myself got really bad headaches and migraines because of the size of the print. Please enlarge the next edition; a bigger book is a smaller price to pay over having head pain.
Overall, this book is a good resource for any beginner in Human Resources.. They constantly use a dollar word where a dime will do. They also refer to human beings and people as "resources" and other dehumanizing words. The writers obviously have far more experience with industry manuals, standards, laws and software systems than they do with actually Managing Real Human Beings.
I much prefer this textbook over the Dessler one. I found that there are still other materials out there that you need on top of this or Dessler in order to get the full HR reach. Soporific and basely general. This is the sort of book which gives business courses in college a bad name and invariably leaves a bad taste in the students forced to buy and read it.
REF: p. Measures of turnover costs include: a. The capacity of an organization to continuously act and change in pursuit of competitive advantage is: a. ANS: C Cross-training, job rotations, and the like results in a. The first step in strategic planning is: a.
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