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A Human Resources Framework for Public Sector

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  • 278 Nombre de pages
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An Entirely New Way to Look at Human Resources in the Public Sector What makes a good worker? Why do some people naturally do well... Lire la suite
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An Entirely New Way to Look at Human Resources in the Public Sector What makes a good worker? Why do some people naturally do well at their jobs while others struggle? These questions are at the heart of the human resource (HR) profession. And while there is no shortage of theories about how people achieve success, no one has explained the entire body of HR theories. Until now. In A Human Resources Framework for the Public Sector, Dixon Southworth offers a fresh, new perspective on HR management with the first comprehensive theoretical framework for work performance, tying human resource theories, concepts, and concerns to public administration. With the introduction of the Work Performance Framework (WPF), Southworth offers a roadmap for work performance in the nonprofit and public sectors that focuses on three fundamental objectives of HR programs and services: build human resource capacity, build performance, and build community.

Auteur
Dixon Southworth, MPA, is a consultant for the New York State Comptroller in the Office of Human Resources, where he is developing effectiveness and efficiency measures and measurement instruments for HR programs and services. He regularly applies the many aspects of the Work Performance Framework to his work. He was formerly a leader in the use and development of performance assessments for civil service examinations at the New York State Department of Civil Service.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: A Human Resources Framework for Public Sector
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Code EAN: 9781567262384
ISBN: 978-1-56726-238-4
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Random House N.Y.
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 278
Année: 2009