Human Resource Management in Government 1e

A South African Perspective of Theories, Politics and Processes


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    Edition: 1st edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9781485105565
  • Extent: 496 pages
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  • Category: Human Resources Management

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Human Resource Management in Government: A South African perspective on theories, politics and processes explores the many facets of the employment relationship within government institutions. These activities include strategic employment processes, such as talent management, trade union interactions, compensation, human resource governance (metrics) and the future of human resource management.

Part 1: Context and theoretical overview 

1. General introduction 

2. Theoretical perspectives 

Part 2: Strategising and planning 

3. Strategic human resource management 

4. Workforce planning

Part 3: Obtaining suitable talent

5. Equalising opportunities by means of affirmative action

6. Talent management: Recruitment

Part 4: Performance and career development

7. Appraising and managing performance

8. Career management

9. Reflections on learning programmes

Part 5: Compensating and carin

10. Incentive compensation and employee benefits                            

11. Establishing and maintaining wellness

Part 6: Employment relations 

12. Understanding and managing employment relations

13. Terminating the services of employees

Part 7: Future of human resource management 

14. Dynamic and changing work environment

15. Human resource management in the developed and developing world

16. Human resource governance

Written by a team of experienced and emerging authors with up-to-date views and covering current research projects, Human Resource Management in Government: A South African perspective on theories, politics and processes is indispensable for all public managers, HR specialists, corporate strategists, trade unions, as well as undergraduate and postgraduate Public Administration and Management students.

• the latest local and international applied research and practice;

• insight into the public human resource management functions;

• best practices in talent management;

• trends and best practices in human resource management in the public sector in other African and developing countries;

• topical and current information that encourages continuous self-evaluation; and

• an interactive structure with activities, questions, research reports and the latest court decisions related to the HR field.

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Human Resource Management in Government: A South African perspective on theories, politics and processes explores the many facets of the employment relationship within government institutions. These activities include strategic employment processes, such as talent management, trade union interactions, compensation, human resource governance (metrics) and the future of human resource management.

Part 1: Context and theoretical overview 

1. General introduction 

2. Theoretical perspectives 

Part 2: Strategising and planning 

3. Strategic human resource management 

4. Workforce planning

Part 3: Obtaining suitable talent

5. Equalising opportunities by means of affirmative action

6. Talent management: Recruitment

Part 4: Performance and career development

7. Appraising and managing performance

8. Career management

9. Reflections on learning programmes

Part 5: Compensating and carin

10. Incentive compensation and employee benefits                            

11. Establishing and maintaining wellness

Part 6: Employment relations 

12. Understanding and managing employment relations

13. Terminating the services of employees

Part 7: Future of human resource management 

14. Dynamic and changing work environment

15. Human resource management in the developed and developing world

16. Human resource governance

Written by a team of experienced and emerging authors with up-to-date views and covering current research projects, Human Resource Management in Government: A South African perspective on theories, politics and processes is indispensable for all public managers, HR specialists, corporate strategists, trade unions, as well as undergraduate and postgraduate Public Administration and Management students.

• the latest local and international applied research and practice;

• insight into the public human resource management functions;

• best practices in talent management;

• trends and best practices in human resource management in the public sector in other African and developing countries;

• topical and current information that encourages continuous self-evaluation; and

• an interactive structure with activities, questions, research reports and the latest court decisions related to the HR field.

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.