Fundamentals of Human Resources Management

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How to Take This Course

This course consists of text material for you to read and three types of activities (the pre- and post-test, in-text exercises, and end-of-chapter review questions) for you to complete. These activities are designed to reinforce the concepts introduced in the text portion of the course and to enable you to evaluate your progress.


PRE- AND POST-TESTS*

Both a pre-test and post-test are included in this course. Take the pre-test before you study any of the course material to determine your existing knowledge of the subject matter. Submit one of the scannable answer forms enclosed with this course for grading. On return of the graded pre-test, complete the course material. Take the post-test after you have completed all the course material. By comparing results of the pre-test and the post-test, you can measure how effective the course has been for you.

To have your pre-test and post-test graded, please mail your answer forms to:

Educational Services American Management Association P.O. Box 133
Florida, NY 10921

All tests are reviewed thoroughly by our instructors and will be returned to you promptly.

*If you are viewing the course digitally, the scannable forms enclosed in the hard copy of AMA Self-Study titles are not available digitally. If you would like to take the course for credit, you will need to either purchase a hard copy of the course from www.amaselfstudy.org or you can purchase an online version of the course from www.flexstudy.com.

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Fundamentals of Human Resources Management
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • About This Course xi
  • How to Take This Course xiii
  • Pre-Test Fundamentals of Human Resources xv
  • 1- The Human Resources Function- An Overview 1
  • 2- Hr Management and Legal Issues 27
  • 3- The Employment Process 53
  • 4- Testing 81
  • 5- Compensation 107
  • 6- Performance Management 129
  • 7- Benefits Administration 151
  • 8- Employee Relations 173
  • 9- Training and Development 197
  • 10- Human Resources Management Systems (Hrms) 221
  • Bibliography 241
  • Post-Test - Fundamentals of Human Resources Fourth Edition 245
  • Index 251
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