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This book illustrates the human resource function "as it happens" in classrooms, in schools, at board meetings--in short, in the educational arena. It gives readers a bona fide feel for what the human resource professional does. Reliable information is provided regarding the most current thinking in the field, covering eleven fundamental processes and allowing for understanding of human resources in education, its boundaries, and how it connects to other administrative functions. Issues that have been and continue to mainstays of the field are introduced and examined. Topics include: recruitment, selection, induction, development, performance appraisal, compensation, continuity, and unionism. An excellent resource for human resource professionals in the field of education and administration.