South African Human Resource Management: Theory and Practice

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Juta and Company Ltd, 2003 - Business & Economics - 889 pages
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South African Human Resource Management focuses on the knowledge and skills that managers at all levels need. The authors integrate contemporary international research and implementation with a South African perspective.
 

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Contents

ORIENTATION AND GENERAL OVERVIEW
3
Introduction to human resource management in South Africa
39
The macrocontext of human resource management in South Africa
75
Equalising opportunities by means of affirmative action
118
STRATEGISING STRUCTURING AND PLANNING
167
Strategic decisions regarding HRM
191
research findings
221
ESTABLISHING EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS
257
macrolevel perspectives
418
Organisationallevel perspectives
450
REMUNERATING AND CARING FOR EMPLOYEES
487
Providing incentives and benefits to employees
517
and employment
588
Code of practice on the protection of employees during
605
MANAGING LABOUR AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
615
Managing labour relations at organisational level
668

Selecting appointing and orientating employees
280
UTILISING AND DEVELOPING EMPLOYEES
315
Leadership in organisations
341
Appraising and managing work performance
371
Managing employeescareers
397
Managing change and transformation
727
Related measurement evaluation information and reporting
759
Terminating the services of employees
806
Index
852
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Ben J. Swanepoel is a professor of human resource and labor relations management.

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