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  • Hong Kong Cases in Human Resources Management

Hong Kong Cases in Human Resources Management

The Management Development Centre of Hong Kong

English , 1998/01 Management Development Series The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press

Tags: Business, Finance & Management

229 x 152 mm , 122pp ISBN / ISSN : 978-962-201-740-5

  • US$18.00

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Until recently, few case books have been written about human resources management in Hong Kong. Most previous publications in the field have drawn their material from North America and Europe. There are only a few which reflect the local situation familiar to readers in Hong Kong. To address this situation, the Case Clearing House of Hong Kong has encouraged local authors to write cases based on true-to-life Hong Kong situations. In this volume, eighteen cases are selected from the library of the Case Clearing House. Areas covered include: introduction to human resources management; human resources planning; staffing, orientation and placement; management andseparately from the publisher for teachers. development; compensation and benefits; employee management; and occupational safety. Managers in the human resources-related industry will find the situations presented in the book similar to those they face in their work and will be able to learn from the discussions of the cases presented. Students will find the cases a valuable means of developing their understanding of human resources practice in Hong Kong. The book will also benefit trainers who will be able to make use of the cases on training programmes. A tutorial guide with comprehensive teaching notes is available

The Management Development Centre of Hong Kong (MDC) was set up by the Vocational Training Council in 1984 with the main purpose of developing, promoting and extending managerial effectiveness in Hong Kong. Since its inception, it has researched extensively in the field of management development, producing and publishing a wide range of publications, training packages and self-study aids. The MDC has its own staff of professional Management Development Advisers and a Resource Centre which includes a fully stocked management library.

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