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This book provides a reflexive critique of the assumptions of orthodox HRD research and practice and questions the conception of humans as resources, as well as the conventional performative focus of HRD.
Human Resources for the Non-HR Manager appeals to anyone interested in management issues. The book explains why human resource issues are increasing the responsibilities of front-line managers rather than the HR department.
Society for Human Resources Management has more than 575 affiliate chapters both in the United States and abroad, which provide additional programming and networking opportunities in your local area. The website includes HR strategy, information about legal issues, and more.
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