Human Resource Management for Practitioners is a survival guide for human resource executives and managers. It is written in an easy to read style with charts and diagrams to illustrate and highlight the key points. It covers all functions of human resource management including hiring employees, preparing their contracts and managing the onboarding process, deciding on wages and benefits to be provided to employees, training, creating an engaged workforce, performance management systems, safety and health at work, disciplinary systems and industrial relations. For each of these functions, suggestions are given on how to best establish a workable system.
About The Author
- MAIMUNAH AMINUDDIN is the author of more than a dozen books on topics relating to human resource management, employment law and industrial relations, including Employment Law Manual for Practitioners and Termination of Employment: Understanding the Process, both published by The Malaysian Current Law Journal. She has also written e-books for Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad and a series of articles for www.labourlawbox.com. Maimunah lectured at Universiti Teknologi MARA for over 35 years. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge with human resource practitioners and describes herself as “addicted to writing”.
- PARAM MOORTHI is a well-known speaker and trainer who founded Muse Consultancy Asia. He brings with him over 20 years of hands-on corporate HR experience from large MNC’s including Intel, AIC, Dell, Honeywell, AMD and Schneider-Electric as the Regional Director for Talent Management. Out of his passion for sharing best practices, he now provides consultation for both SMEs and MNCs regionally, and conducts corporate training in areas of talent development. Param’s key clients are from Oil & Gas, EU based pharmaceuticals, US based computer giants and GLC corporations.