Distinguished by its coherent values perspective, Public Personnel Management focuses on the conflicts, political processes, and management techniques that provide the context for personnel administration in the public sector.
Organized around the four principal personnel functions that must be fulfilled in any complex organization, this book provides a comprehensive exploration of the planning, acquisition, development, and sanctions within public personnel management.
Explores the world of personnel management in civil service. Fourteen chapters cover an introduction to the topic; budgeting, planning, and productivity; analysis, classification, and evaluations; pay and benefits; equal employment opportunity and affirmative action law; recruitment and promotion; leadership; staff development; performance appraisal; health and safety issues; organizational justice; collective bargaining; and human resource development. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.