Developing and Training Human Resources in Organizations (Prenticee Hall Series in Human Resources)

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For courses in Human Resource Development and Human Resource Management. Using real-world examples to close the gap between theory and practice, the authors focus on a systematic process of identifying training needs, building programs based on job information, and evaluating training in terms of objectives. The text features thorough but concise treatment of today's key training issues, such as goal-setting theory, new legal thinking, and the training of minorities.