This is a short and concise book about Human Resource Management (HRM). It is about the decisions, processes and choices that organizations make about managing people. It is designed as a primer for students pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree or Human Resource (HR) programs, as well as for Human Resource (HR) and organization leaders and general managers.
The outcome of this book is to initiate students in the world-wide Human Resource Management (HRM) community, while simultaneously enabling them to create their own Human Resource Management (HRM) policies in accordance with circumstances in their respective areas. As such, it is definitely a unique book. It brings the global and regional perspective together, to the benefit of both. Besides adopting a user-friendly format, each chapter in the book has several unique examples to support its theoretical discussion and help readers understand the subject-matter easily.