In addition to the dozens of new technology-based text examples
such as how to recruit employees and conduct salary surveys on the
Internet, we've achieved this expansion in technology in several
edition offers a fully developed online course for HRM in the following
Companion Web Site (www.prenhall.com/dessler)
The 9th edition's Web site represents a tremendous leap forward,
offering the most robust, content-rich Web support available with
any HRM text. This site provides professors with a customized course
Web site, including communication tools, one-click navigation of
chapter content, resources such as current events and Internet exercises,
as well as the Video Guide for the On Location Video Series. For
students, there is an interactive study guide (multiple-choice,
true/false and essays), an Internet Resource section that provides
Web links for all of the companies and Web resources listed in the
Dessler text, additional HR forms and figures, appendices to the
9th edition (Establishing HR Systems, Managing Your Career and Quantitative
Job Evaluation Methods,) self-assessment exercises, a video tutorial
and an HRCI Certification Exam Guide.
A powerful new point-and-click syllabus creation
that faculty can use for each course and section they teach. Additionally,
faculty can annotate and link each resource on the Web site to their
syllabi. Faculty can even upload their
own personal resources to our site
and have these resources available to their students
via their personalized syllabus.
Check it out: www.prenhall.com/dessler
New! On Location! Video.
In these part-ending video segments, students will watch a panel
of real-life HR executive from companies like BMG and hotjobs discuss
current Human Resource issue like sexual harassment and discrimination,
recruiting, the complexities of restructuring, incentives and benefits,
labor relation and the successes and failures of expatriate employees.
New! Human Resource Management
by Mary Gowan, of the University of Central Florida, this student
CD-ROM focuses on essential HR Skills such as Strategic Planning
and Recruitment, Job Analysis, and Total Rewards. Each module contains
an introduction, a skills section that allows the student to apply
his or her knowledge through interactive exercises, and finally
a quiz that tests students on the material covered in the module.
Also included on this CD-ROM is the HR Skills Video Series.
Multimedia PowerPoint Presentation.
Available on the Instructor's Resource CD-ROM, and
prepared by George A. Wynn, of University of South Florida, this
comprehensive set of PowerPoints contains over 800 color slides,
allowing professors the flexibility to create a presentation that
will best suit their classroom needs. In addition to key chapter
material, as well as text figures and tables, this presentation
includes original content not found in the new edition, slide notes
to aid instructors, and multimedia components such as video clips,
audio, additional Web links and resources and animated graphics.
Instructor's Resource CD-ROM.
On a single CD, professors can find the Instructor's Manual, PowerPoint
presentation and the Win/PH Test Manager. Containing all of the
questions in the printed Test Item File, Test Manager is a comprehensive
suite of tools for testing and assessment and allows educators to
easily create and distribute tests for their courses.
Instructor's Resource Manual.
In the new edition of the Instructor's Resource Manual, instructors
will find chapter summaries, annotated lecture outlines with PowerPoint
references, key terms, and answers to all end-of-chapter and case
material. Also included is a Video Guide that provides video cases
and teaching notes.
Test Item File.
Over 100 questions per chapter including multiple-choice, true/false,
short-answer and essays.