5 Best Human Resource Management books


Below we list the best Human Resource Management books for the present and future affects and improvements of the firm.

An HR managers basic responsibility and duty is to ensure the maximum potential of human capital being utilized under the advisory supervision of the employer. For current HR executives and people who are planning to be, must read these mentioned books.

HR from the Outside In: Six Competencies for the Future of Human Resources

A book about the past and future of the Human Resource management, this is a must read book for all HR executives. It is a research based competency model, from perspectives of the stakeholders. Packed with assumptions, facts and impeccable data, this book is in all terms a comprehensive HR management book.

Unwritten HR Rules: 21 Secrets for Attaining Awesome Career Success in Human Resources

Written by the former Vice President of Human Resources at Quaker Oats and Pepsi, this book is a career enhancer for HR executives. It is written in a form of a compilation of 21 tips or steps to boost your career. Impress, achieve, manage.

FYI: For Your Improvement, A Guide for Development and Coaching

It is a guide for development of managers, executives, supervisors and mentors. Also used as a preliminary book for an HR, because of its generalization.

How to Measure Human Resource Management

In this cut-throat competitive age, any move by the HR should be justifiable. This book is a good reference point for HR executives to look to when they face a very difficult situation. This book is indeed a measure of HR management.

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The HR Scorecard: Linking People, Strategy, and Performance

This book showcases how a good or bad HR effects the company's business and morale. The book also introduces seven steps to embody HR successfully into the caricature of the company. This book emphasizes on HR's role as a strategic advisory for the company.

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