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Book for HR Practitioners

My law school classmates have gone a long way already. Most of them have graduated and are preparing for the bar. Others have already passed and are practicing. The best news I got during our get-together last week was three of them have books to their names.

hr-forms-contract-and-noticesAtty. Sheila Emata recently co-authored Human Resource Forms, Notices & Contracts with Atty. Elvin Villanueva, another law school batch mate. The book contains sample forms on employment contracts for different types of employees, application form, notices to explain offenses and violations, warning notices, suspension notices, dismissal notices and other sample forms necessary and useful to HR practitioners.

There are also discussions as to the types of employees and their corresponding rights and benefits. There are brief discussions on the rights and benefits of maternal, paternal and solo parents and the rights of employees to due process.

According to the authors, the book’s objective is to give HR practitioners an idea on how to deal with applicants and employees since there is a noticeable absence of literature dealing with these things. This book aims to give HR a better and easier understanding of these matters.

The book is available in all national bookstore outlets, Powerbooks and Fullybooked at P495.

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