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Human Resource Management Essentials You Always Wanted To Know by Jaquina Gilbert is a handy manual that gives basic information about Human Resource Management as both a management function and an operating department within an organization. The purpose of the book is to help readers understand the definition, the evolutionary progress, basic functions, opposing viewpoints, and challenges of Human Resource Management. HRM is a simple scheme that employs policies, practices, and systems to close the gaps between the company, management, and staff. This book gives a good description of all aspects, concepts, and application of the topic, helping readers to learn more about HRM.
People form the core of any company and the book features several approaches to HRM with its unique viewpoints. The approach to the topic is simple and structured, making it easy for readers to comprehend, and the author's experience and examples make it an engaging read. The book works as a good manual for readers who want to pursue a career in Human Resource Management and also for current HR professionals. Employer-Employee relationships can be complicated and the book gives techniques and tools to protect the relationship which plays a key role in the success of any organization. Jaquina Gilbert looks at the Pre-Industrial Revolution, the Industrial Revolution (1750-1850), and the Post-Industrial Revolution (1850), and the various theories of Human Resource Management, thereby giving readers useful information. It is a must-read and must-have for all those readers who have a Human Resource Management background and to those who are interested in the topic and want to have a career in it.