More and more, the company has established the personnel controlling as an integral part of personnel management. However, as personnel costs and productivity can be specifically controlled? Which key figures are relevant, in order to achieve the company’s goals? The paperback human resource management by Wilhelm Schmeisser, Patrick Sobierajczyk and Anastasia Tin gives a compact insight into the basics of the personnel controlling and shows the economic consequences and contexts of a successful personnel policy.
The authors describe and analyse business decisions in the case of personnel processes, personnel movements, personnel, stocks, human capital and its impact on the total operating earnings of a company and its competitiveness. Also on the question of the minimum wage. A particular focus is in the personnel cost planning in the context of collective bargaining. A detailed example of the Lufthansa Deutschland AG, explained the consequences.
The book is aimed at students of Economics and practitioners in the human resources.
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Wilhelm Schmeisser, Patrick Sobierajczyk, Anastasia Tin
148 pages, softcover
€ (D) 14,99