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This book is not just one of the many introductions to Human Resource Management that are published for use in HRM classes. This book stresses how HR professionals and the activities they directly contribute to the strategic business success of organizations. The value of HR management activities increasingly has to be justified to executives in organizations by using financial and other data. By using analytic measures of cost-benefit profit per employee, new hire success, and the like, HR efforts can be justified, and the value HR management contributes to the company’s goals can be documented.