Posted on

Applied Psychology in Human Resource Management (6th by Wayne F Cascio

By Wayne F Cascio

Interdisciplinary and research-based in process, this quantity integrates mental thought with instruments and strategies for facing human source difficulties in corporations and for making corporations better and extra gratifying as locations to paintings. It displays the state-of-the-art in group of workers psychology and the dramatic adjustments that experience lately characterised the sphere, and descriptions a forward-looking, revolutionary version towards which HR experts should still objective. The authors research companies, paintings, and utilized psychology, the legislation and human source administration, the structures procedure, standards, functionality administration, measuring and studying person changes, equity in employment judgements, studying jobs and paintings, strategic team making plans, recruitment and preliminary screening, managerial choice, education and improvement, concerns in layout and overseas dimensions of utilized psychology. For human source execs and others focused on group of workers judgements.

Show description

Read or Download Applied Psychology in Human Resource Management (6th Edition) PDF

Similar occupational & organizational books

Modelling the Stress-Strain Relationship in Work Settings

This publication offers for the 1st time a manner of modelling stress-strain that may let researchers to either examine examples from the literature and properly outline and use the version of their personal investigations within the place of work.

Becoming a Trustworthy Leader: Psychology and Practice

It is time to find a new approach for people to guide corporations and societies. belief in numerous associations, together with governmental and enterprise, is at an rock bottom. with the intention to enhance society from its foundations, we have to rebuild trust.  learn exhibits that leaders are serious to development belief in firms, and that belief in management is considerably concerning a couple of attitudes, behaviors and function results.

Crisis-Related Decision-Making and the Influence of Culture on the Behavior of Decision Makers: Cross-Cultural Behavior in Crisis Preparedness and Response

This publication presents an research at the impression of tradition on situation administration, exploring how diversified cultural varieties are mirrored in crisis-related choice making styles. delivering an interdisciplinary and foreign point of view with a wealthy study and sensible outlook, this paintings is a crucial contribution to the sphere of drawback administration and selection making.

The Mindfulness Edge: How to Rewire Your Brain for Leadership and Personal Excellence Without Adding to Your Schedule

The single behavior which can enhance nearly each management ability there's a basic perform that may enhance approximately each part of management excellence and it does not require including something for your busy agenda. within the Mindfulness area, you will discover how a sophisticated internal shift, referred to as mindfulness, can remodel issues that you simply already do on a daily basis into possibilities to develop into a greater chief.

Additional resources for Applied Psychology in Human Resource Management (6th Edition)

Example text

The objective of performance management is to improve performance at the level of the individual or team every day. The first part of the book presents fundamental concepts in applied measure­ ment that underlie all employment decisions. Chapters 6 and 7 represent the core of personnel psychology - measurement and validation of individual differences. After comparing and contrasting physical and psychological measurement, we will con­ sider the requirements of go od measurement (reliability and validity) and the prac­ tical interpretation and evaluation of measurement procedures.

The Court held that Congress intended to protect identifiable classes of persons who are subjected to intentional discrimination solely because of their ancestry or ethnic characteris­ tics. Under the law. the refore. race involves more than just skin pigment ("Civil Rights," 1987). : Pu n i tlve u

Cadet ties compensation almost entirely to measures of customer satisfaction. Lose a customer on your watch and your salary sinks. CSR pay is nearly twice the industry average. In practice, Cadet rarely loses a customer; its annual defection rate is less than 1 percent. Employees don't leave either; turnover is a low 7 percent. To a large extent, this is because Cadet spends consid­ erable time and effort on selecting employ­ ees-those who take pride in their work and are exceedingly neat and outgoing.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.76 of 5 – based on 49 votes