Managing human resources is an essential part of every company’s overall objective to give value to customers, stakeholders, employees, and the communities in which it operates. With this course, you’ll gain a grasp of the fundamentals of HRM, as well as how it connects to your company’s strategy.For today’s profession, students need a solid foundation and a diverse range of skills, and this book provides them with exactly that. The book is concerned mainly with the elementary components and feature ofhuman resource management, objectives, functions, importance of human resource management, future challenges, human resource planning, need and importance of human resource planning, steps, types of human resource planning, human resource information system, analysis of the job, sources of information for job analysis, job specification, job design, recruitment and selection, selection process, interview, career development, compensation management, grievance redressal, discipline, determination, usages, techniques of performance appraisal, modern method of appraisal and career development, MBO, job evaluation and merit rating, nature, need and importance of training and development, training methods, purpose, elements of succession planning, replacement charts, issues in succession planning and solutions, employee health and safety, physical health and mental health, safety measures, management of stress, recent trends in human resource management, need, services offered by BPO, future predictions of business process outsourcing in India, career options in BPO-KOP, downsizing, employee incentive schemes like stock optionsand e-HRM business solution.It has been organised into 64 chapters. It is hoped that the book will show very beneficial to the researchers, graduate and postgraduate students of engineering, management, commerce, basic sciences, researchers, industrialists, and the common readers interested in Managing human Resource. In addition, it will also be beneficial to candidates appearing for various competitive examinations such as I.A.S., I.E.S., C.A. and N.E.T. examinations. At the end of this textbook, necessary question bank is included for the convenience of the students. Any recommendation to further improve its matters is most welcome.