Investing in People: Financial Impact of Human Resource Initiatives

FT Press, 2008 - 324 pages
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This book provides powerful logic and proven financial techniques for looking inside and analysing the HR 'black box'. This includes tracking the effectiveness of talent policies and practices, demonstrating the logical connections to financial and line-of-business, and using HR metrics to drive more effective decision-making.

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Chapter 1 Making HR Measurement Strategic
Chapter 2 Analytical Foundations of HR Measurement
Chapter 3 The Hidden Costs of Absenteeism
Chapter 4 The High Cost of Employee Separations
Chapter 5 Employee Health Wellness and Welfare
Chapter 6 Employee Attitudes and Engagement
Chapter 7 Financial Effects of WorkLife Programs
The Concept and Its Measurement
Chapter 9 The Economic Value of Job Performance
Chapter 10 The Payoff from Enhanced Selection
Chapter 11 Costs and Benefits of HR Development Programs
Catalyst for Change
The TaylorRussell Tables
The NaylorShine Table for Determining the Increase in Mean Criterion Score Obtained by Using a Selection Device
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Wayne F. Cascio is US Bank Term Professor of Management at the University of Colorado Denver. A Fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources, Academy of Management, and American Psychological Association, he has received the Distinguished Career award from the Human Resources Division of the Academy of Management. He authored the classic Costing Human Resources.

John W. Boudreau is Research Director at the Center for Effective Organizations, and Professor of Management and Organization at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California. A Fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources, he has received scholarly contribution awards from the Academy of Management. He is recognized worldwide for breakthrough research on links between human capital and competitive advantage.

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