Human Resources Management: The Basics and Supporting Key Components

  • by Trevor Clinger
  • Narrated by Al Remington
  • 0 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This is one of my greatest works of my college career, had has received praise as a final paper. I consider human resource management to be a very important part of general business operation. With supporting evidence and scholarly references, I back up my findings as to what are the most important things to know when studying or even practicing human resources management. Once I explain the core of HR management, I then go into depth on how the supporting key components are also necessary for the core to remain stable. This is a great article, and a spent a lot of time in trying to understand what the most important concepts of HR management are and leave out all the rest of the malarkey unnecessary to consider in understanding the basic concepts of the particular type of management. I have a Bachelor's Degree of Business Management from Tiffin University, and an Associate's Degree of Business Management Technology from Owens.


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Customer Reviews

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total waste of time and money.

multiple reading errors that the narrator didn't even bother to correct. Incredibly awkward sentence construction that makes entire passages incomprehensible. almost no substance comma and one Bland general statement after another without any useful content. I could not possibly rate an audible product any lower.
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- Drex Davis

Perfect reference for college HR classes!

What made the experience of listening to Human Resources Management: The Basics and Supporting Key Components the most enjoyable?

I loved how I could understand it better than my professor and the text books that we use. The author really makes it easy to understand HR management! The narrator also was great and reading the words so that they are easy to understand!

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- Ntussia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-27-2015
  • Publisher: Trevor Clinger