This handbook provides HR professionals with a comprehensive desktop reference guide to best practice.
It draws on new and exciting IRS research, surveys and case studies and has been written in a practical way making full use of checklists and examples.
Providing best-practice guidelines from named organizations, this new handbook is designed to show you how to approach a wide range of HR and related areas.
The handbook also gives you compliance material in an easy-to-use format, clarifying what the law requires.
Provides best practice across a broad range of organizations
Includes compliance material in an easy to use format
Practical examples utilising case-studies and checklists
HR Professionals & Consultants;CEO's of SME companies.
- Filing your vacancies
- Cost-effective selection
- Using electronic media effectively
- Checking candidates’ backgrounds
- Induction, training and development
- Pay, benefits and other terms and conditions
- Retaining the best staff
- Employee involvement and representation
- Equal opportunities and diversity
- Managing performance – part one
- Managing performance – part two
- Attendance and absence
- Redundancy and transfers
- The methods that IRS uses to obtain its findings about best practice
- © Butterworth-Heinemann 2004
- 15th November 2003
- Paperback ISBN: