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By Carol T Kulik

Human assets for the Non-HR supervisor appeals to someone attracted to administration concerns. The booklet explains why human source concerns are expanding the duties of front-line managers instead of the HR division. Chapters current the fundamentals of HR together with the basics of hiring, functionality appraisal, present structures, and disciplinary structures, in order that any manager--regardless of his or her history or sensible area--can method those components of the activity with self belief. The booklet additionally covers the most recent advancements in equivalent chance legislations and describes the manager's obligations in controlling sexual harassment and coping with diversified staff, together with older staff and staff with disabilities. each one chapter's fabric is firmly grounded within the present HR educational literature, however the book's pleasant, conversational tone conveys simple ideas of excellent perform with no technical jargon. Designed to make the fabric extra obtainable and for my part appropriate, the booklet comprises the subsequent particular features:*Manager's Checkpoints--a sequence of questions that aid the reader follow the cloth to his or her personal organizational context; *Boxes that describe real-life examples of ways businesses reply to HR challenges;*For extra Reading--references to articles released in retailers that bridge the academic-practitioner divide;*Manager's Knots--presented in a question-and-answer structure, those describe average managerial difficulties, take the reader into a few of the grey, ambiguous parts of HR, and recommend how one can practice the bankruptcy fabric to real-life managerial dilemmas; and*An Instructor's handbook on hand to teachers who undertake the publication for school room use.

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1999, September). FMLA: After six years, a bit more clarity. HRMagazine, 144-150. II Organizational Entry This page intentionally left blank CHAPTER 3 The Recruiting Process o ne of the biggest challenges for a manager is recruiting new employees. You want to attract a pool of high quality applicants so that you can select those who have the best fit to your jobs and your organization. But where are these applicants? How do you find them? In this chapter, I'll present a menu of recruiting choices, and discuss the relative advantages and disadvantages of each option.

Employees may take 12 weeks of unpaid leave during any 12-month period to care for a newborn child, to care for an adopted child, to care for a spouse, child, or parent with a serious health condition, or to cope with their own serious health condition. Employers may require that employees use up all of their accrued vacation time or personal or sick leave before taking unpaid leave. S. Equal Pay Act (1963) This Act requires that employers provide equal pay to men and women performing substantially equal work in the same job classification.

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