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The Complete Federal Supervisor's Guide to Human Resources Management
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By: Corum
Price: $75.00
Edition: 1st/2016
Sku: 16FSHR
ISBN: 978-1-941825-27-3; 1-941825-27-3
Availability: IN-STOCK (released 9/15/16)
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America's leading authority on supervision in the federal civil service has written the definitive work on managing federal employees, thoroughly covering from a supervisor's perspective every important aspect of human resources management from hiring to firing.

Unlike federal agency policy manuals, this book is unique, as it is not a recitation of personnel rules and regulations, but shows line federal supervisors only the most crucial rules they need, but more important, specific strategies and tactics for hiring the right people, structuring their jobs to best motivate them, managing their performance, maintaining discipline, and managing their time. This book will serve a dual purpose: First, it will be the most comprehensive work written on supervision in federal civil service. However, each chapter will also include at the end a quick reference guide that gives both a summary and a checklist to serve as a tool kit for dealing with each issue.

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