Free HR eBooks
Do Amazing Things – “Ideas and insights from 21 of HR’s leading thinkers and doers on how to be a better human resource pro in 2011.”
The 3 Principles Of Employer Branding – based on a presentation Chris Ferdinandi gave at the University of Rhode Island.
Conflict management In The Workplace – “Offers many tried and trusted approaches to ensure that conflicts are managed so that they are positive and creative rather than a process of disintegration. A very useful tool for anyone struggling to get along with difficult colleagues.”
Performance Management – “With this textbook you will learn what performance management is all about and how to manage this process properly so you keep your top performers motivated as well as improving the performance of all of your other staff.”
Managing The Human Resource In The 21st Century – “This study guide provides an overview of the most important topics and current debates covered in Human Resource Management (HRM) field. It aims to focus on one of the most important assets in organizations: people. The guide provides an understanding of what HRM is, how it functions and how people can be effectively managed as a resource in the 21st Century. It concentrates on the basics of organizational behaviour and HRM. It approaches HR issues by laying down the basic organizational factors that affect employees at work.”
Human Resources Management Course – eBook version of the Human Resources Management Course from ATG Educational.
Employee Development: Big Business Results on a Small Business Budget – “Numerous studies have confirmed what most employers and managers already know; an investment in the professional development of employees increases employee satisfaction and retention. What may not be as obvious is the important role low cost, self-implemented programs can play in the development of your employees. Let us share with you some of the lessons we’ve learned.”
Fundamentals of Human Resource Management – “Written in a clear, lively, concise, and conversational style, this book provides Human Resource professionals with an in-depth look at critical issues in human resource management (HRM).”