Human Resource Planning

A monthly magazine provides news, issues, profiles, and trend analysis affecting the human resources profession.

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 3, September

Costing Failures in Expatriate Human Resources Management
Background Few human resource managers--even the most energetic--take the time to analyze the return on the corporation's personnel dollar. We feel we aren't valued in our own organizations, that we can't get the resources we need. We complain that...
Promotion Systems in Organizations
Biographical Sketch Gerald R. Ferris is Professor of Labor and Industrial Relations and of Business Administration at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He also serves as Director of the University of Illinois Center for Human Resource...
Strategic Human Resource Planning: A Union Perspective
North American corporations have demonstrated an increasing interest in planning strategically for their human resources over the past 15 years (see, for example, Alpander and Botter, 1981; Kelleher and Cotter, 1982; Dyer 1983; Dyer, 1984; Burack, 1985;...
The Human Side of Merger Planning: Assessing and Analyzing "Fit."
rarity--but one indication of the benefits of attention to human issues in merger planning. References American Management Association. "Tying the Corporate Knot--An AMA Research Report on the Effects of Mergers and Acquisitions." (AMA Briefings and...