Professor Edits New Volume of Encyclopedia of Human Resources Management

June 4, 2012 - Rollins MBA professor Robert K. Prescott, Ph.D., SPHR, is the editor of the recently released first volume of the Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management, a three-volume resource designed to provide insights, information and tools to prepare human resources managers for success.

Volume 1 serves as a comprehensive reference of key issues every human resources professional needs to know. Eight-four articles by leading human resources experts cover everything from affirmative action to business ethics, from flexible benefits to the National Labor Relations Act, and much more.

"It is truly an honor to have my name associated with such a comprehensive body of work related to my chosen field of work," said Dr. Prescott. "This honor stems from the representation of so many worthy HR professionals who teach and apply their knowledge every day in very complex yet human challenges."

Dr. Prescott was asked to serve as the editor of this particular volume because of his vast knowledge and expertise in human resources issues. Currently on the faculty of the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business, he has decades of applied, teaching, and consulting experience in national and international universities and businesses. His expertise and research focuses on human resource management, performance management, organizational development, organizational behavior, training & development, career management and enterprise consulting.

For more information about the Encyclopedia of Human Resources Management, visit,descCd-tableOfContents.html.

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