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Now in its sixth edition, Warnich's Human Resource Management in South Africa provides the complete introduction to Human Resource Management in the challenging business world of modern day South Africa. Dramatic changes in both the external and internal environment of organisations in South Africa since the beginning of the twenty-first century have resulted in employees increasingly expecting to be part of the decision-making process. This change, combined with developments in technology, means that human resource (HR) managers are now faced with new and important challenges. In this situation, increasing pressure is being exerted on HR managers in South Africa to make a more significant contribution to the success of their organisations - how can organisations in South Africa deal with the complexity, speed and magnitude of these changes and still create and achieve a competitive advantage?
The fifth edition of South African human resource management meets the ever-growing demand for an HRM compendium specific to South Africa. Written by South Africans, for South Africans, the book emphasizes the need to contextualise HRM locally and within the wider African context. The book offers value to anyone involved and/or potentially interested in the management of human resources on the African continent and demonstrates why HRM is at the core of the sustainable development challenges we face.
This now well established labour law text has been updated to reflect the law as of September 2017.
Labour Law Rules has provided a highly accessible text on labour, equity, social security and skills development laws over many years. It discusses these laws against a background of the country supporting the principle of ‘decent work,’ high unemployment, the insufficient creation of sustainable and decent jobs, and income inequality, all exacerbated by an increase in atypical work, skills shortages, as well as insufficient enforcement of laws.
This textbook focuses on the connections between psychological theory and human resource management within the South African context.
The fifth edition of this market-leading textbook on careers in the organisational context retains its popular blend of theory, classical and contemporary research, application activities and real-life case scenarios that represent the diverse population groups of South Africa.
The fifth edition has been comprehensively revised and updated to reflect the changes in the knowledge-based and technology-driven 21st century workplace.
Contemporary issues in human resource management 4e, is written by a team of international authors presenting the latest thinking on HRM in today's organisations. There is a strong focus on applying current theories and models to successful companies, both within the global and local contexts. The latest research in the field of HRM is used to demonstrate topical issues with a strategic and innovative perspective.
Do you know what knowledge and skills are required to manage training and development in the workplace? Do you know which principles, processes and procedures are required to design, develop, and evaluate training and development programmes? How can technology be used to improve your training and development programmes? Managing Training and Development focuses on the training and development of personnel from a human resource management perspective. It provides detailed discussions, case studies with case questions, self-evaluation questions, and activities to guide students through a wide spectrum of training and development issues, from legislation that impacts on education and training, such as South African Qualifications Authority, the NQF, the Skills Development Acts of the factors that influence the training and development of people in organizations, to benefit the individual and the enterprise by integrating theory and practice. This well-established South African textbook is written by well-respected professionals with a wide range of experience and provides a multi-disciplinary approach to training and development. Managing Training and Development 7e is suitable for senior undergraduate students of Human Resource Management, Human Resource Development, Industrial Psychology, Management, and Business Management at universities, universities of technology, and private education and training providers.
People and their effective management are key to sustainable organisations. The authors of Human resource management, now in its fourth edition, combine their respective experience from both academia and the workplace to provide a balanced and useful book that covers the key principles for the effective management of people. The book has a sound theoretical base, which includes a wide range of topics from areas such as the human resource management function, strategic human resource management, organisational behaviour, leadership, labour legislation and labour relations. Furthermore, there are self-awareness exercises to assist readers in applying theory to their own insight. For those wanting to test their knowledge, each chapter contains multiple-choice questions. The five case studies at the end of the book create a further opportunity for readers to develop their ability to practically manage people. As with previous editions, the book has been written and designed in a user-friendly style and format and it available with a slideshow for each chapter.
The unique focus of this book is its dual focus on management and supervision. The book offers a critical analysis of the contemporary debates related to issues and the challenges peculiar to social work management and supervision of social workers. Social welfare policy changes in South Africa in the past two decades, have had a radical impact on social work and affected all involved in social development. This has resulted in a requirement for increased accountability, improved quality and efficiency of service delivery. The book critically addresses both the management and supervision of social workers within a social development paradigm. It draws on South African and African practice examples as well as relevant research, but may also apply to other contexts and social service professions. Comprehensive, detailed, sound theoretical and conceptual frameworks are all essential in management and supervision in social work, as reflected in this exciting new book.
Today's human resource departments play a vital role in helping organizations achieve their strategic objectives and gain a competitive edge. As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, it's imperative that organizations leverage human resource information systems (HRIS) to make better people decisions and manage talent more effectively.
Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications, and Future Directions is a thorough, accessible introduction to the HRIS field. The Fourth Edition includes a new chapter on social media, exploring how organizations can use social networks to recruit and select the best candidates.
A new HRIS Expert feature spotlights practitioners who share best practices and insights into HR professions.
Labour Relations in South Africa provides a thorough, engaging introduction to the science and practice of labour relations in South Africa. The fifth edition presents a more critical and reflective approach, engaging with the various issues, shifts, and seismic events which have impacted this dynamic field in recent years. The text's view is expanded to encompass a multi-faceted perspective, relating to business science, law, economics, and sociology, and to focus more specifically on the context and dynamics of a developing country.
The aim of this book is to equip any person working in an office environment with the basic knowledge, skills and attitudes to communicate effectively in the administrative and office environment. To ensure effective communication, it is necessary to have a basic knowledge of communication and this text will enable one to: understand the importance of good communication in an office environment, as well as the elements of the communication process (verbally and written communication); compile business letters, memoranda and reports; use different forms of electronic communication in the office; and organise all aspects of a meeting and take the minutes.
Psychology in the work context 5e is an introductory text for students of industrial and organisational psychology. The book provides a comprehensive conceptual framework for understanding work behaviour and relationships at work and equips the student with a theoretical framework form which to analyse issues in the work place.
The seventh edition of Sociology, Work and Organisation is outstandingly effective in explaining how we can use the sociological imagination to understand the nature of institutions of work, organisations, occupations, management and employment and how they are changing in the twenty-first century.
Intellectual and accessible, it is unrivalled in the breadth of its coverage and its authoritative overview of both traditional and emergent themes in the sociological study of work and organisation. The direction and implications of trends in technological change are fully considered and the book recognises the extent to which these trends are intimately related to changing patterns of inequality in modern societies and to the changing experiences of individuals and families.
Key features of the text are:
This text engages with cutting-edge debates and makes conceptual innovations without any sacrifice to clarity or accessibility of style. It will appeal to a wide audience, including undergraduates, postgraduates and academics working or studying in the area of work and the organisation of work, as well as practitioners working in the area of human resources and management generally.
This core textbook on human resource development (HRD) focusses on a topic that has emerged as one of the most dynamic and multifaceted areas of business and management for both academics and practitioners. Providing an engaging and succinct discussion of the topic, this textbook tackles HRD from a basic introductory level, covering the major areas of HRD, including strategic HRD, the interaction between leadership, talent management and HRD, and HRD in large and small enterprises. With a unique blend of theory and practice, alongside innovative learning tools such as videos and active case studies, this text will help students to succeed in their HRD courses and to develop important practical skills for their future career. This is the perfect textbook for first and second year undergraduate students, as well as for post-experience students, studying introductory modules on Human Resource Development, Training and Development, or Learning and Development.
This work is an introductory guide for students of labour relations and managerial studies. This edition retains explanations of the procedures and processes encountered in this field, including parties to an employment-relations system, individual and
Strategic human resource management has been taken up by academics, consultants and practitioners alike. However, the integration of human resource strategy with overall business strategy is often easier in theory than in practice. Armstrong's Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management provides a bridge between theory and practice, serving as a guide both to formulating human resource strategies and to implementing them. This completely revised sixth edition examines HRM and SHRM as well as organizational and functional strategies from a practical standpoint. It includes brand new chapters on developing and delivering HR strategy, implementing individual performance strategies, creating and executing a corporate social responsibility strategy as well as a new discussion of international HRM strategies. Full of case studies, checklists and practical examples, Armstrong's Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management is an indispensable resource for all those who are involved in putting complex strategy into practice to effect positive and productive change. Online supporting resources include lecture slides, an instructor's manual and a student's manual complete with a bibliography and glossary.
Compensation management intends to develop students’ capability and decision making skills in handling compensation management functions. Students credited with this module are able to understand, apply and evaluate the criteria used to compensate employees, compensation system design issues, employee benefits, challenges of compensating key strategic employee groups, and the “total reward” approach towards compensation.
Career Counselling And Guidance In The Workplace: A Manual For Career Development Practitioners gives a comprehensive overview of career counselling and guidance services, practices, tools and techniques for career development practitioners in South Africa. The third edition of this leading textbook has been extensively updated to reflect research and theory in career development theory and intervention that apply to the 21st Century organisational context.
Operations and management principles for contact centres is the first SAQA-aligned, academic title on contact centre operations, produced by a collective of professionals representing the academic dimension of the contact centre industry in South Africa. Contact centre operations is a relatively new industry. Several South African agencies, institutes, organisations and professional bodies are promoting and developing it in order to satisfy international and national market demands. Accordingly, additional information, knowledge and experience are needed to improve on how organisations integrate core business processes into these centres. In response to this need the industry is now being represented in higher education. Extensive supplementary material has been created to go with the main text. A CD enclosed with the title contains material for the student/CSR, which includes a comprehensive set of questions, role-plays, assignments and an industry-specific dictionary. The lecturer support material, which includes industry-specific video clips, the answers to the student questions and the industry.
Supervising Safety is about the implementation of safety measures in an organisation. The book looks at safety theory where it makes the most difference - as it is applied in the workplace. Safety officers are central to the practical application of safety, and their role is clearly spelt out. The goals of the safety supervisor are outlines and one chapter is devoted to the role of ergonomics in the workplace. Readers are also shown how to identify and evaluate hazards in the workplace, develop an employee safety programme and safely handle materials in storage. This book includes: Clearly defined learning outcomes at the start of each chapter to help readers navigate the contents; Self-assessment questions at the end of each chapter to test the reader's understanding of the material; Examples relevant to the South African business environment.
Principles of Sport Management is a subject taught at various levels to students doing a degree or diploma in Sport Management. This textbook will look at the theoretical background on various management concepts such as the sporting environmental model, SWOT analysis, planning, organising, leading and control. The content will deal extensively with the legal aspects of sport management within a South African context and cover the functional areas of management by looking at the marketing function, the financial management function and the human resource function. The text concludes with a special addition to the functional areas: event management. This textbook focuses specifically on Sport Management within a South African context and from a South African perspective. Students will look at South African examples and this will provide them with the ability to apply specific theoretical concepts to South African cases. Long and overdue study material needed in South Africa which is able to talk to the student and inform them on the relevant and main concepts of Sport Management in South Africa. Vernon Oosthuizen, NMMU.
Safety risk assessment and the development and implementation of control measures are the cornerstones of safety management theory and practice.
In Design for Safety, these topics are explored by looking at the roles played by the safety professional. Safety excellence is also examined through the leadership role played by managers who take personal ownership of safety.
Readers will appreciate the features that make this book a valuable learning resource, namely:
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