A Great 8 of 2014!
This human resources handbook for the solo practitioner gives you the guidance and tools to run your HR department effectively and efficiently. Whether you're a person new to HR or an HR manager in a solo environment, it will help you perform your HR function with the best of the them.
- Align HR’s goals with the company objectives
How to find out what your CEO really wants, and keep your efforts focused
- Keys to building credibility and influence
Learn how to engage other managers and get their support, plus ethics for the HR professional
- Overview of compliance, federal and state issues, and best practices
At-a-glance reference summarizes all key laws you must comply with such as posting requirements, staffing, hiring and firing, the legal side of compensation and benefits, privacy concerns, harassment
- The strategic HR planning process
Gives you practical guidance and tools for HR communications, handbooks, budgeting and resource allocation, recordkeeping, recruiting, hiring and interviewing, etc.
- Training for organizational excellence
You get nine steps to effective training, training preparation, topics for training, documentation, evaluating effectiveness
- Prewritten forms, policies, and HR checklists
Carefully developed templates save you time and money
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- Pretty Basic - best for people very new to HR Review by MK
Note the materials reference a CD with templates, but it no longer comes with a CD. The hard copies of the templates in back are nice, but you'll have to recreate them all, or take ideas from them, as opposed to hoping to use them as official templates. (Posted on 10/22/2014)