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Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, 10/e

Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, 10/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9780706999051
  • 464 pages
  • Paperback
  • 5.5 X 8.5 inches
  • Book 425.00
  • 1988


Today’s managers, whether they are employed in the personnel department or any other functional area of management should be fully familiar with the personnel function and conversant with current psychological and sociological concepts. In addition, they must be well-versed in industrial relations situation and the legislative framework within which industrial disputes are settled.
This book is an excellent attempt to help them in this direction. The book covers all aspects of personal management including manpower planning section, training and motivation, performance appraisals, schemes of remuneration, employee communication, industrial legislation, and maintenance of personnel records. It explains these aspects lucidly incorporating the modern findings of behavioural schemes with emphasis on their applicability in the Indian context. It gives detailed illustrations of practice adopted by Indian companies including the actual forms used by them. This edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. Many useful prevailing concepts and current trends in industrial legislation have been added. The chapters on appraisals have been considerably enlarged and the major changes that have rocked the industrial relations structure in the post-emergency period and the subsequent rapid changes in Government have been detailed.

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Part-I: The Personnel Arena: 1. The Personnel Function, 2. Position of the Personnel Department, 3. Personnel Department in Practice, Part-II: Manpower Planning and Development: 4. Manpower Planning, 5. The Manpower Selection Process, 6. Manpower Selection Practices in India, 7. Manpower Training and Development, 8. Job Changes-Promotions, Transfers, and Dislocations, Part-III: Increasing Personnel Productivity: 9. Personnel Productivity Through Motivation, 10. Personnel Supervision- Leadership Styles, 11. Wage Administrative and Wages Policy, 12. Employee Fringe Benefits and Social Security, Part-IV: Towards More Effective Human Relations: 13. Industrial Relations, 14. Industrial Disputes and The Legislative Framework, 15. Employee Communications, Part-V: Performance Evaluation and Personnel Audit: 16. Performance Appraisals, 17. Performance Appraisals