Human Resources Administration in Education: A Management Approach

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Human Resources Administration in Education (10th Edition) (Allyn & Bacon Educational Leadership)

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  • Utilizing a management approach that is organized around the processes and procedures necessary for implementing effective human resources administration, the ninth edition of this well-known text covers the eight essential dimensions of the human resources function over eight chapters: human resources planning, recruitment, selection, placement and induction, staff development, performance evaluation, compensation, and collective negotiations. Citing research no earlier than 2000, the up-to-date and contemporary ninth edition of Human Resources Administration in Education is updated with the most current issues and advances in the field, including new sections on utilizing technology, understanding Generation Y, and handling school districts of varying sizes. New Features *An extensive section on technology and how it can enhance the human resources function by increasing efficiency and accuracy appears in each chapter. *A focus on schools of all sizes teaches readers how the material in each chapter is applicable to not only large schools, but also to small- and medium-sized schools.*A focus on the characteristics of Generation Y presented in the first eight chapters help students understand how to successfully attract, hire, and retain Generation Y applicants.

    Utilizing a management approach that is organized around the processes and procedures necessary for implementing effective human resources administration, the ninth edition of this well-known text covers the eight essential dimensions of the human resources function over eight chapters: human resources planning, recruitment, selection, placement and induction, staff development, performance evaluation, compensation, and collective negotiations. Citing research no earlier than 2000, the up-to-date and contemporary ninth edition of "Human Resources Administration in Education "is updated with the most current issues and advances in the field, including new sections on utilizing technology, understanding Generation Y, and handling school districts of varying sizes. New Features An extensive section on technology and how it can enhance the human resources function by increasing efficiency and accuracy appears in each chapter. A focus on schools of all sizes teaches readers how the material in each chapter is applicable to not only large schools, but also to small- and medium-sized schools. A focus on the characteristics of Generation Y presented in the first eight chapters help students understand how to successfully attract, hire, and retain Generation Y applicants.

  • "Ronald W. Rebore's textbook, Human Resources Administration in Education is the very best human resource management text I have read thus far. I have examined several other textbooks by various authors and have yet to find a comparable survey work which examines all the relevant functions of human resource management in a more concise and vivid manner for graduatate students. Rebore develops each chapter using the most relevant topics in a sequenced manner followed by activities which add poignancy and connection between the topics and the school setting." -- J. Gary Stewart, Austin Peay State University "It is reliable, sound, and tracks my experience as assistant high school principal, elementary school principal, high school principal, curriculum director, superintensent of schools and chairman of the Educational Leadership Department." -- Burel Block, Albany State University

    In the 2009-2010 school year tuition at both public and private colleges increased at a rate beyond inflation. The average tuition for a private four-year education rose to approximately $26,000 per year; the average tuition for a public four-year education rose to approximately $7,000 per year; and the average tuition for a public two-year education is up to approximately $2500 per year. Add to this an increase in room and board, books, supplies, and fees. human resources administration in education Others can provide needed credentials and specialization for an industry. For example, an engineer can obtain a specialized degree in environmental engineering to enter a specific sector of the engineering industry.

    Human Resources Administration in Education: A Management Approach
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  • "Ronald W. Rebore's textbook, Human Resources Administration in Education is the very best human resource management text I have read thus far. I have examined several other textbooks by various

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