4 edition of Case studies in human relations found in the catalog.
Case studies in human relations
Kenneth V. Porter
Bibliography: p. 122-125.
|Statement||[by] Kenneth V. Porter.|
|Series||Business case studies|
|LC Classifications||HF5549 .P635|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||74887683|
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From book The Labor Relations Process 11th edition-Holley, Ross, Wolters. Case Study 1) Which of the company's arguments for 'independent contractor' status are most compelling? 2) Which of the union's arguments for "employee" status are most compelling? 3) Is this simply a case of who wins "more" of the nine factors?human resources at Microsoft, in the yearstarted reshaping the company’s HR strategies.
She began to innovate the HR system and tailored it to meet the needs of individual employees. The case helps to analyse the importance of innovation in HR practices of an organisation.
The case also offers a backdrop to debate whetherFile Size: KB.background of the case studies and general technique of solving a case study.
The rest of the book contains case studies, divided into five parts. Parts II and III are for self-study. Part II contains case studies, followed by complete suggested solutions and a case study File Size: 8MB.