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Basic Human Resource Management, B.Com
Book ID SCS185
ISBN No. 978-93-5161-128-8 (TC-1216)
Book Name Basic Human Resource Management, B.Com
Book sub-title Fourth Revised Edition 2018
Author/s name/s : Gupta C.B.
Publisher Name Sultan Chand & Sons
Publishing Year 2018
Book Price (Printed) INR 195   
Book Price (Our Price) INR 195   
Book Size 20 x 30 cms.
Book Page xvi + 312
Book Weight 480 gms.


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'Basic Human Resource Management has been especially designed and written for aper CP 6.3 (Human Resource Management) under Sixth Semester of B. Com. course of Delhi University. It will be equally useful for other similar courses of undergraduate level.

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Book Content

Unit I : Introduction to Human Resource Management

1. Nature and Scope of Human Resource Management (1.3-1.37)

            1.1 Concept of Human Resource Management (1.4)

            1.2. Characteristics of Human Resource Management (1.5)

            1.3. Human Resource Management as Profession (1.8)

            1.4. Objectives of Human Resource Management (1.9)

            1.5. Systems Approach to Human Resource Management (1.10)

            1.6. Relevance or Importance of Human Resource Management (1.11)

            1.7. Functions of Human Resource Management (1.13)

            1.8. Spectrum or Scope of Human Resource Management (1.15)

            1.9. Concept of Human Resource Development (HRD) (1.17)

            1.10. Evolution of Human Resource Development (1.20)

            1.11. Contribution of Industrial Psychology (1.22)

            1.12. Emerging Dimensions in HRM (1.23)

  • Summary (1.25)
  • Test Questions (1.26)

2. Human Resource Department and HR Manager (2.1-2.14)

            2.1. Organisation of the Human Resource Department (2.2)

            2.2. Competencies (Qualities) of Human Resource Manager (2.8)

            2.3. Role of Human Resource Manager (2.10)

            2.4. Status of Human Resource Manager (2.12)

  • Summary (2.14)
  • Test Questions (2.14)

3. Human Resource Policies (3.1-3.8)

            3.1. Concept and Nature of Human Resource Policies (3.1)

            3.2. Need and Importance of Human Resource Policies (3.3)

            3.3. Types of Human Resource Policies (3.4)

            3.4. Scope or Coverage of Human Resource Policies (3.4)

            3.5. Formulation of Human Resource Policies (3.6)

            3.6. Essentials of Sound Human Resource Policies (3.7)

  • Summary (4.8)
  • Test Questions (4.8)

Unit II : Acquisition o f Human Resources

4. Human Resource Planning (4.3-4.20)

            4.1. Concept of Human Resource Planning (4.3)

            4.2. Objectives of Human Resource Planning (4.5)

            4.3. Need and Importance of Human Resource Planning (4.5)

            4.4. Process of Human Resource Planning – Quantitative and
                   Qualitative Dimensions (4.7)

            4.5. Levels of Human Resource Planning (4.17)

            4.6. Problems in Human Resource Planning (Limitations of Human
                   Resource Planning) (4.17)

            4.7. Guidelines for Effective Human Resource Planning (4.18)

  • Summary (4.19)
  • Test Questions (4.l9)

5. Job Analysis – Job Description and Job Specification (5.1-5.16)

            5.1. Concept of Job Analysis (5.1)

            5.2. Objectives of Job Analysis (5.3)

            5.3. Uses (Significance) of Job Analysis (5.3)

            5.4. The Process of Job Analysis (5.6)

            5.5. Techniques of Job Analysis (Methods of Data Collection) (5.8)

            5.6. Job Description or Position Description (5.11)

            5.7. Job Specification or Position Specification (5.13)

            5.8. Role Analysis (5.15)

  • Summary (5.15)
  • Test Questions (5.16)

6. Recruitment and Selection (6.1-6.26)

            6.1. Concept of Recruitment (6.1)

            6.2. Sources of Recruitment (6.2)

            6.3. Concept of Selection (6.6)

            6.4. Steps in Selection Process (6.7)

            6.5. Selection Tests (Psychological Tests) (6.11)

            6.6. Selection Interviews (6.16)

  • Summary (6.25)
  • Test Questions (6.25)

7. Placement, Induction and Socialisation (7.1-7.10)

            7.1. Concept of Placement (7.1)

            7.2. Concept of Induction or Orientation (7.2)

            7.3. Objectives of Induction (7.3)

            7.4. Advantages of Formal Induction (7.4)

            7.5. Induction in Indian Industries (7.4)

            7.6. Contents of Induction Programme (7.6)

            7.7. How to Make Induction Effective (7.6)

            7.8. Socialisation (7.7)

  • Summary (7.9)
  • Test Questions (7.9)

Unit III : Training and Development

8. Employee Training (8.3-8.18)

            8.1. Concepts of Training and Development (8.3)

            8.2. Importance of Training and Development (8.5)

            8.3. Identifying Training and Development Needs (8.6)

            8.4. Designing of Training Programmes (8.8)

            8.5. Methods of Training (8.10)

            8.6. Evaluating Training Effectiveness (8.14)

            8.7. Training Process Outsourcing (8.16)

  • Summary (8.17)
  • Test Questions (8.17)

9. Management Development Systems (9.1-9.17)

            9.1. Concept of Management Development (9.1)

            9.2. Objectives of Management Development (9.2)

            9.3. Importance of Management Development (9.3)

            9.4. Process of Management Development (9.4)

            9.5. Systems or Methods of Management Development (9.5)

            9.6. Principles of Management Development (9.15)

  • Summary (9.17)
  • Test Questions (9.17)

10. Career Planning and Development (10.1-10.15)

            10.1. Meaning of Career Planning (10.2)

            10.2. Career Planning and Manpower Planning (10.2)

            10.3. Career Planning and Succession Planning (10.3)

            10.4. Career Planning Terminology (10.5)

            10.5. Objectives of Career Planning (10.6)

            10.6. Process of Career Planning (10.7)

            10.7. Career Counseling (10.8)

            10.8. Advantages of Career Planning (10.9)

            10.9. Limitations of Career Planning (10.10)

            10.10. Making Career Planning Successful (10.11)

            10.11. Career Development (10.12)

  • Summary (10.14)
  • Test Questions (10.14)

Unit IV: Performance, Employee Counselling and Job Changes

11. Performance Appraisal (11.3-11.30)

            11.1. Concept and Nature of Performance Appraisal (11.4)

            11.2. Objectives of Performance Appraisal (11.5)

            11.3. Uses or Importance of Performance Appraisal (1l.5)

            11.4. Performance Appraisal Process (11.6)

11.5. Problems in Performance Appraisal (11.8)

11.6. Essentials of an Effective Performance Appraisal System (11.9)

11.7. Techniques of Performance Appraisal (11.11)

11.8. Performance Appraisal through MBO (11.21)

11.9 The 360 Degree Appraisal Technique (11.24)

11.10. Potential Appraisal (11.28)

  • Summary (11.29)
  • Test Questions (11.29)

12. Employee Counselling (12.1-12.7)

            12.1. Concept of Employee Counselling (12.1)

            12.2. Need for Employee Counselling (12.2)

            12.3. Functions of Employee Counselling (12.3)

            12.4. Forms or Types of Employee Counselling (12.4)

            12.5. Objectives of Employee Counselling (12.4)

            12.6. Steps in Employee Counselling Process (12.5)

            12.7. Requirements for Effective Counselling (12.5)

  • Summary (12.6)
  • Test Questions (12.7)

13. Job Changes-Transfers and Promotions (13.1-13.12)

            13.1. Purposes of Job Changes (13.2)

            13.2. Concept of Transfer (13.2)

            13.3. Need and Objectives of Transfers (13.3)

            13.4. Types of Transfers (13.4)

            13.5. Transfer Policy (13.4)

            13.6. Concept of Promotion (13.5)

            13.7. Criteria (Bases) for Promotion (13.6)

            13.8. Promotion Policy (13.8)

            13.9. Demotion (13.10)

  • Summary (13.11)
  • Test Questions (13.12)

Unit V: Compensation

14. Compensation (14.3-14.20)

            14.1. Concept of Compensation (14.4)

            14.2. Factors Affecting Compensation (14.6)

            14.3. Methods of Wage Payment (14.7)

            14.4. Fringe Benefits (14.10)

            14.5. Compensation Policies (14.13)

            14.6. Compensation Administration (14.17)

  • Summary (14.19)
  • Test Questions (14.19)

 15. Job Evaluation (15.1-15.13)

            15.1. Concept of Job Evaluation (15.1)

            15.2. Objectives of Job Evaluation (15.2)

            15.3. Process of Job Evaluation (15.3)

            15.4. Advantages or Uses of Job Evaluation (15.4)

            15.5. Limitations of Job Evaluation (15.4)

            15.6. Essentials of Successful Job Evaluation (15.5)

            15.7. Methods of Job Evaluation (15.5)

  • Summary (15.12)
  • Test Questions (15.12)

16. Incentive Plans and Performance Linked Compensation (16.1-16.19)

            16.1. Meaning of Wage Incentives (16.1)

            16.2. Essentials of a Sound Incentive Plan (16.3)

            16.3. Wage Incentives in India (16.4)

            16.4. Types of Wage Incentive Plans (16.5)

            16.5. Concept of Profit-sharing (16.12)

            16.6. Profit-sharing in India (16.14)

            16.7. Labour Co-partnership (16.14)

            16.8. Employee Stock Option Plans (16.15)

  • Summary (16.18)
  • Test Questions (16.19)

Unit VI : Maintenance

17. Employee Health and Safety (17.3-17.16)

            17.1. Significance of Occupational Health (17.4)

            17.2. Working Conditions Affecting Health (17.4)

            17.3. Occupational Hazards and Diseases (17.6)

            17.4. Protection against Health Hazards (17.6)

            17.5. Industrial Health Programme (17.7)

            17.6. Statutory Provisions Concerning Health (17.8)

            17.7. Employee Safety (17.9)

            17.8. Significance of Industrial Safety (17.9)

            17.9. Causes of Industrial Accidents (17.11)

            17.10. Measures to Ensure Industrial Safety (17.12)

            17.11. Safety Provisions under the Factories Act (17.14)

  • Summary (17.15)
  • Test Questions (17.15)

18. Employee Welfare (18.1-18.9)

            18.1. Meaning of Employee Welfare (18.1)

            18.2. Significance of Employee Welfare (18.2)

            18.3. Agencies of Employee Welfare (18.3)

            18.4. Types of Welfare Services (18.5)

18.5. Statutory Provisions for Employee Welfare (18.7)

  • Summary (18.9)
  • Test Questions (18.9)

19. Social Security (19.1-19.7)

19.1. Concept of Social Security (19.1)

19.2. Scope of Social Security (19.2)

19.3. Social Security in India (19.3)

19.4. The Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923 (19.3)

19.5. The Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 (19.4)

19.6. The Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions
                     Act, 1952 (19.5)

19.7. The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 (19.6)

19.8. The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 (19.6)

19.9. Group Life Insurance (19.6)

  • Summary (19.7)
  • Test Questions (19.7)

20. Grievance Handling and Redressal (20.1-20.9)

            20.1. Meaning of Grievance (20.1)

            20.2. Causes of Grievances (20.2)

            20.3. Understanding Employee Grievances (20.3)

            20.4. Machinery for Redressal of Grievances (20.4)

            20.5. Essentials of a Sound Grievance Redressal System (20.6)

            20.6. Grievance Redressal in Indian Industry (20.7)

            20.7. Model Grievance Procedure in India (20.8)

  • Summary (20.8)
  • Test Questions (20.9)

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