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Cases in Public Human Resource Management

ISBN-10: 0534602401
ISBN-13: 9780534602406
Edition: 2nd 2006 (Revised)
Authors: T. Zane Reeves
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Description: This collection of actual case studies (with only names changed) is appropriate for both graduates and undergraduates taking courses in public personnel management, human resources management, or employment relations. The book's 30 cases can be used  More...

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Book details

List price: $106.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 3/10/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.770
Language: English

This collection of actual case studies (with only names changed) is appropriate for both graduates and undergraduates taking courses in public personnel management, human resources management, or employment relations. The book's 30 cases can be used as teaching tools in the classroom; by trainers with employees, supervisors, or managers; and for individual analysis and self-assessment. In this edition, revisions were made both for currency but also to emphasis more fully the social and ethical concerns of public managers as well as the impact of 9/11 on the field.

Preface
Personnel Management
Recruitment and Selection: Deer Valley Hires a New Coach
Promotion: Tom Collins Doesn't Mix Well
Job Evaluation: Some Counselors Are More Equal Than Others
Compensation: Paying the Tucson Police
The Fair Labor Standards Act: Flexing to Avoid Overtime
Employee Benefits: No More Nittany Lions
Merit System Standards: Hiring the Unqualified
Personnel Records Management: Dissing the Border Patrol
Employment Relations
Collective Bargaining (Problem Solving): Handling the Hanford Patrol
Collective Bargaining (Positional): Taking the Firefighters' Heat
Labor-Management Relations: Holiday Time for Prison Guards
Affirmative Action: An African American Woman Among the Good Ol' Boys in Indiana
Sexual Harassment: Jailhouse Follies
Ethnic Discrimination: Culture Clash at the Cancer Center
Off-Duty Conduct: The Cop and the Prostitute
Employee Dating and Privacy: The Case of the Cuddly Custodian
Employee Due Process: Sergeant Preston of the Yukon Police
ADA Concerns: Is Heavy Lifting an Essential Job Function?
Hatch Act and Partisan Practices: Political Shoot-Out in the Lone Star State
Human Resources Management
Human Resources Planning: Smoky Bear Is an Underfill
Performance Evaluation: To Protect and to Serve
Employee Development and Training: Fearless Freddy Fuego
Layoff and Reduction-in-Force: Eenie-Meenie-Miny-Mo
Disparate Treatment in Disciplinary Action: Cattery Row
Preponderance of Evidence in Discipline: Case of the Missing Portable Potty
Summary Discharge or Progressive Discipline?: Road Rage Among the Tar Heels
Managing the Traditional Worker: Billy Goat or Old Goat?
Conflict Resolution and Grievance Handling: Too Many Christmas Carols in the Winter Festival
Attendance Management: What's a Single Mom to Do?
Comparative HRM: Human Resources Management in the Land of the Czars

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