Human Resources Management
Trevor Amos, Rhodes University management senior lecturer
Adrian Ristow, Coca-Cola Sabco communications manager
People are critical to your operations. Get the human aspects of business right, and your enterprise runs that much more smoothly.
The authors sift through organisational structure, culture, development, change management and legislation before moving into human resource development. You will tackle business staffing issues, from setting human resource policy and designing jobs to recruitment and selection. The Skills Development Act is examined, and the role of the South African Qualifications Authority and National Qualifications Framework unpacked. By the time you have finished working your way through this, you should have a good grounding for dealing with individuals, motivation, and leadership - all in a day's work for the experienced human resources professional or entrepreneur.
Pentium II PC; Windows 98/2000/NT/XP; 64MB RAM; 26,7MB free disk space + 34MB free space for Java2 Runtime Environment, which will be installed if not already on your PC.