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The books in the LRC are arranged by topic using Library of Congress classification system. Here are a few call number ranges to explore:

HF5381-5386   Vocational guidance. Career development

HF294-343   Boards of trade. Chambers of commerce. Merchants' associations

HF5387-5387.5   Business ethics

HF5437-5444   Purchasing. Selling. Sales personnel. Sales executives

HF5546-5548.6   Office management

HF5548.7-5548.85   Industrial psychology

HF5549-5549.5   Personnel management. Employment management

HF5717-5734.7   Business communication Including business report writing, business correspondence

HF5735-5746   Business records management

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Human Resource Management

Our Human Resource Management program integrates business management and industrial psychology, giving you a comprehensive understanding of how to enable personnel, enrich company-employee relationships, and enhance work environments to pursue organizational objectives. While you get down to the basics of workforce development covering recruitment, training and compensation, you also cultivate a visionary instinct and aptitude for transforming human resource as a crucial component of the strategic development and success of companies.

This course guide gathers in one place carefully evaluated and selected resources on Human Resource Management available and accessible at the LRC and its subscribed databases. Books (both print and electronic) are categorized per course; while journals, magazines, online databases are recommended for the entire Human Resource Management program.


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Books on BINTAXA - Business and Income Taxation

Business and Income Taxation

The course is a business education subject requirement for students in the BSBA programs which provides: a) an overview of the Philippine tax system b) computation of income tax for individuals and business enterprises c) business and local taxes d) significant tax concepts such as tax evasion, tax avoidance and e) BIR programs and important tax code provisions, including penalties for non-compliance and remedies provided for both the government and the taxpayer. The learner will acquire a working knowledge of applications relevant to taxpayers whether as a salary-earner, private practitioner, business person or as an investor.

Business and Income Taxation

The course is a business education subject requirement for students in the BSBA programs which provides: a) an overview of the Philippine tax system b) computation of income tax for individuals and business enterprises c) business and local taxes d) significant tax concepts such as tax evasion, tax avoidance and e) BIR programs and important tax code provisions, including penalties for non-compliance and remedies provided for both the government and the taxpayer. The learner will acquire a working knowledge of applications relevant to taxpayers whether as a salary-earner, private practitioner, business person or as an investor.

Books on BUSLAW I - The Law on Obligations and Contracts

The Law on Obligations and Contracts 

In this course, the student will be introduced to the concept of Law and the legal system in the Philippines. It focuses on relevant provisions of the Law on Obligations and Contracts and related laws, presented in a format for non-lawyers, and designed to prepare tertiary students to comprehend legal requirements and legal implications of personal and business transactions.

The Law on Obligations and Contracts 

In this course, the student will be introduced to the concept of Law and the legal system in the Philippines. It focuses on relevant provisions of the Law on Obligations and Contracts and related laws, presented in a format for non-lawyers, and designed to prepare tertiary students to comprehend legal requirements and legal implications of personal and business transactions.

Books on BUSLAW II - The Law on Partnerships and Corporations

The Law on Partnerships and Corporations

This course deals with the basic legal rules and principles concerning two (2) business entities: the partnership and the corporation. It involves the discussion of the nature, kinds, formation, operation & management, rights and obligations of the component members of these two (2) business organizations, effects vis-à-vis third parties and the dissolution of these two (2) entities. The course shall focus on what are deemed as the more relevant provisions of the Corporation Code (with Page 2 of 10 respect to corporations), Civil Code (concerning partnerships) and related laws which are of practical concern to a layman who seeks to comprehend the legalities arising from the regular and usual functioning of corporations and partnerships.

The Law on Partnerships and Corporations

This course deals with the basic legal rules and principles concerning two (2) business entities: the partnership and the corporation. It involves the discussion of the nature, kinds, formation, operation & management, rights and obligations of the component members of these two (2) business organizations, effects vis-à-vis third parties and the dissolution of these two (2) entities. The course shall focus on what are deemed as the more relevant provisions of the Corporation Code (with Page 2 of 10 respect to corporations), Civil Code (concerning partnerships) and related laws which are of practical concern to a layman who seeks to comprehend the legalities arising from the regular and usual functioning of corporations and partnerships.

Books on BUSLAWS - Basic Business Laws

Basic Business Laws

This course serves as an introduction to a) law and the legal system b) obligations and contracts c) business entities/ forms, especially corporations & partnerships. The selected relevant legal concepts will guide those in business dealings whether as a start-up IT entrepreneur or as part of the partnership/ corporate set-up. Each session is designed to cover both theoretical and practical applications of basic legal matters so that the learner will acquire knowledge, augment skills and enhance values in this aspect.

Basic Business Laws

This course serves as an introduction to a) law and the legal system b) obligations and contracts c) business entities/ forms, especially corporations & partnerships. The selected relevant legal concepts will guide those in business dealings whether as a start-up IT entrepreneur or as part of the partnership/ corporate set-up. Each session is designed to cover both theoretical and practical applications of basic legal matters so that the learner will acquire knowledge, augment skills and enhance values in this aspect.

Books on COMPMAN - Compensation Management

Compensation Management

This course will provide you with an overview of the compensation management methodologies and theories in contemporary organizations. You will be able to conceptualize the theoretical approach and applications in developing a compensation plan and comprehend the terms and methods, decision-making factors and its relevance and impact to the whole business strategy of an organization.

You will also get awareness on the factors that affect the different compensation philosophy of organizations, methods that can be applied to support an organization’s business strategy, the relationship of different human resource functions to compensation management, and how a well-planned compensation philosophy can support and drive an organization’s success.

Compensation Management

This course will provide you with an overview of the compensation management methodologies and theories in contemporary organizations. You will be able to conceptualize the theoretical approach and applications in developing a compensation plan and comprehend the terms and methods, decision-making factors and its relevance and impact to the whole business strategy of an organization.

You will also get awareness on the factors that affect the different compensation philosophy of organizations, methods that can be applied to support an organization’s business strategy, the relationship of different human resource functions to compensation management, and how a well-planned compensation philosophy can support and drive an organization’s success.

Books on CORPCOM - Corporate Communication

Corporate Communication

This course intends to align the skills of business majors to address the ever-changing needs of their respective fields by understanding, appreciating, and applying corporate communication principles to scenarios that are close to real-life situations as possible while keeping in mind current organizational trends. Furthermore, the subject aims to Page 3 of 10 bridge the needs of the organization in managing its communication lines with different stakeholders using an interdisciplinary perspective highlighting concepts from the following areas: management, human behavior, public relations, audio-visual communications, organizational communications and organizational planning and development.

In addition, the students will be introduced to trends in the field of organizational communication which can further develop their interest in people management and communication. Overall, the students would have a thorough understanding of the dynamics of corporate communication as an integrative and on-going process critical to ethical management and globalization.

Corporate Communication

This course intends to align the skills of business majors to address the ever-changing needs of their respective fields by understanding, appreciating, and applying corporate communication principles to scenarios that are close to real-life situations as possible while keeping in mind current organizational trends. Furthermore, the subject aims to Page 3 of 10 bridge the needs of the organization in managing its communication lines with different stakeholders using an interdisciplinary perspective highlighting concepts from the following areas: management, human behavior, public relations, audio-visual communications, organizational communications and organizational planning and development.

In addition, the students will be introduced to trends in the field of organizational communication which can further develop their interest in people management and communication. Overall, the students would have a thorough understanding of the dynamics of corporate communication as an integrative and on-going process critical to ethical management and globalization.

Books on EMPRELA - Employee Relations

Employee Relations

This course is designed to make you develop competencies in the effective management of relationships between management and employees and among employees themselves and its impact in achieving organizational objectives in a unionized and non-unionized environment.

The course will cover approaches to employee relations, the importance of harmonious relations to the business, building a climate of trust, developing and implementing policies and rules, handling disciplinary cases, conflict management, collective bargaining negotiations, employee recognition, safety, health and wellness.

Employee Relations

This course is designed to make you develop competencies in the effective management of relationships between management and employees and among employees themselves and its impact in achieving organizational objectives in a unionized and non-unionized environment.

The course will cover approaches to employee relations, the importance of harmonious relations to the business, building a climate of trust, developing and implementing policies and rules, handling disciplinary cases, conflict management, collective bargaining negotiations, employee recognition, safety, health and wellness.

Books on HR-MGT - Introduction to Human Resource Management

Introduction to Human Resource Management

This course will provide you with an overview of the human resource management functions. You will learn the strategic importance and relationship of human resource management with the other functional areas of an organization and develop a general understanding of human resource planning, staffing, training and development, compensation administration, performance management, and labor-management relations.

Introduction to Human Resource Management

This course will provide you with an overview of the human resource management functions. You will learn the strategic importance and relationship of human resource management with the other functional areas of an organization and develop a general understanding of human resource planning, staffing, training and development, compensation administration, performance management, and labor-management relations.

Books on HRNEEDS - Human Resource and Organization Needs

Human Resource and Organization Needs

The course provides the student with basic diagnostic competencies significant in designing, implementing, and/or evaluating the various programs of the different functions in human resources management. At its barest essence, the course is about helping students diagnose organizational, group, and individual performance needs through the use of analytical thinking tools. Its central focus is the management of performance in the organization.

Human Resource and Organization Needs

The course provides the student with basic diagnostic competencies significant in designing, implementing, and/or evaluating the various programs of the different functions in human resources management. At its barest essence, the course is about helping students diagnose organizational, group, and individual performance needs through the use of analytical thinking tools. Its central focus is the management of performance in the organization.

Books on HUBEORG - Human Behavior in Organizations

Human Behavior in Organizations

This course deals with the study of individual and group dynamics in organizations. It is primarily concerned with the psychosocial, interpersonal and behavioral dynamics in organizations as well as the organizational variables that affect human behavior at work.

Human Behavior in Organizations

This course deals with the study of individual and group dynamics in organizations. It is primarily concerned with the psychosocial, interpersonal and behavioral dynamics in organizations as well as the organizational variables that affect human behavior at work.

Books on HURESDE - Human Resource Development

Human Resource Development

This course will enable you to grasp the fundamentals and principles of training, education (career development), and development (in relation to organizational change) of employees. You will be introduced to the conceptual and operational framework of human resource development and have an in-depth knowledge of the training process or training design and evaluation model. Lastly, you will acquire sensitivity to employee and organizational needs and the creativity to address them with equal attention such as matching employee growth with the organizational manpower needs.

Human Resource Development

This course will enable you to grasp the fundamentals and principles of training, education (career development), and development (in relation to organizational change) of employees. You will be introduced to the conceptual and operational framework of human resource development and have an in-depth knowledge of the training process or training design and evaluation model. Lastly, you will acquire sensitivity to employee and organizational needs and the creativity to address them with equal attention such as matching employee growth with the organizational manpower needs.

Books on HURSTRA - Human Resource Strategy

Human Resource Strategy

This is an integrating course for Human Resource Management students, you will deal with the formulation and development of Human Resource Management programs and practices to address the strategic direction of an organization. It emphasizes on the importance of HRM function in the attainment of corporate goals and objectives vis a vis identified key business issues. You will examine how managers may implement more effectively the people-intensive strategies.

Human Resource Strategy

This is an integrating course for Human Resource Management students, you will deal with the formulation and development of Human Resource Management programs and practices to address the strategic direction of an organization. It emphasizes on the importance of HRM function in the attainment of corporate goals and objectives vis a vis identified key business issues. You will examine how managers may implement more effectively the people-intensive strategies.

Books on INDIBEH - Individual Behavior

Individual Behavior

An effective and successful human resources practitioner is regarded as an expert in people behavior. In this course, the student of human resources management will learn why people behave the way they do. The focus is on the individual as the basic unit of interaction. Once the student is able to have a mastery of how the individual thinks and works, s/he will then find it easy to grasp more advanced concepts of behavior involving groups and organizations. In INDIBEH, the student will be able to identify the different factors that influence a person’s way of thinking and acting in various situations. S/he will able to practice assessing characters, their personalities, values and motivation and other behavioral factors. S/he will be able to determine the fitness and satisfaction of people to and in their jobs. The course will require the student to perform people assessment in case studies or in film/video or in real life, as group reports, exams, and projects.

Individual Behavior

An effective and successful human resources practitioner is regarded as an expert in people behavior. In this course, the student of human resources management will learn why people behave the way they do. The focus is on the individual as the basic unit of interaction. Once the student is able to have a mastery of how the individual thinks and works, s/he will then find it easy to grasp more advanced concepts of behavior involving groups and organizations. In INDIBEH, the student will be able to identify the different factors that influence a person’s way of thinking and acting in various situations. S/he will able to practice assessing characters, their personalities, values and motivation and other behavioral factors. S/he will be able to determine the fitness and satisfaction of people to and in their jobs. The course will require the student to perform people assessment in case studies or in film/video or in real life, as group reports, exams, and projects.

Books on INDUREL - Industrial Relations

Industrial Relations

As a core/major subject for Human Resource Management students, this course provides an overview of labor organizations, concerted activities of employees, group dynamics between management and workers (including bargaining negotiations, strikes and lockouts, dispute resolution) and termination of employment. Each session is designed to cover both theoretical and practical applications of Labor Law provisions regarding employee-employer interactions, which consider workers` rights and management prerogative. The learner will accordingly acquire knowledge, augment skills and enhance values as a future HR practitioner and/or consider personnel concerns as one of the factors in decision-making regarding business matters.

Industrial Relations

As a core/major subject for Human Resource Management students, this course provides an overview of labor organizations, concerted activities of employees, group dynamics between management and workers (including bargaining negotiations, strikes and lockouts, dispute resolution) and termination of employment. Each session is designed to cover both theoretical and practical applications of Labor Law provisions regarding employee-employer interactions, which consider workers` rights and management prerogative. The learner will accordingly acquire knowledge, augment skills and enhance values as a future HR practitioner and/or consider personnel concerns as one of the factors in decision-making regarding business matters.

Books on INDUTES - Industrial Testing

Industrial Testing

The main emphasis of InduTes is teaching each student to understand that the measurement of human attributes, such as behavior, intelligence, aptitude, achievement, interest, personality, emotion, attitudes and character, working habits, job performance and leadership, such as these, are the major components of testing.

The course covers practicum training in test administration, scoring and interpretation; writing of psychological self-profile; and test construction. The end goal of the subject will be developing each student on the acquisition of fundamental knowledge and skills in the application of tests in personnel recruitment, selection, placement decisions and promotion in the Human Resource world.

Industrial Testing

The main emphasis of InduTes is teaching each student to understand that the measurement of human attributes, such as behavior, intelligence, aptitude, achievement, interest, personality, emotion, attitudes and character, working habits, job performance and leadership, such as these, are the major components of testing.

The course covers practicum training in test administration, scoring and interpretation; writing of psychological self-profile; and test construction. The end goal of the subject will be developing each student on the acquisition of fundamental knowledge and skills in the application of tests in personnel recruitment, selection, placement decisions and promotion in the Human Resource world.

Books on LABOREL - Labor Relations

Labor Relations

This course aims to provide the student the basic knowledge of the various employee rights and benefits as mandated law and apply them accordingly. It shall likewise aim to provide basic skills in employee-employer relations through the different the utilization of processes in Labor Organization, Collective Bargaining Negotiations and Grievance Machinery. The subject shall also provide insights not only to employees' rights to management prerogative as well.

Labor Relations

This course aims to provide the student the basic knowledge of the various employee rights and benefits as mandated law and apply them accordingly. It shall likewise aim to provide basic skills in employee-employer relations through the different the utilization of processes in Labor Organization, Collective Bargaining Negotiations and Grievance Machinery. The subject shall also provide insights not only to employees' rights to management prerogative as well.

Books on LABSTAN - Labor Standards

Labor Standards

This course, a core HR subject, introduces the student to essential labor law concepts and policies arising employer-employer relationships. These consist of the difference between an employee and an independent contractor, kinds of employees, outsourcing/ job-contracting, minimum terms and conditions for employees which includes social welfare laws, special workers mentioned in the law and labor inspection parameters. For future HR practitioners or entrepreneurs, knowledge of the content provides advantages to: a) avoid violations of what are the prescribed bottom-line practices by the law; b) aid in making business decisions and c) create policies and programs which mutually satisfy both the employer and the employees.

Labor Standards

This course, a core HR subject, introduces the student to essential labor law concepts and policies arising employer-employer relationships. These consist of the difference between an employee and an independent contractor, kinds of employees, outsourcing/ job-contracting, minimum terms and conditions for employees which includes social welfare laws, special workers mentioned in the law and labor inspection parameters. For future HR practitioners or entrepreneurs, knowledge of the content provides advantages to: a) avoid violations of what are the prescribed bottom-line practices by the law; b) aid in making business decisions and c) create policies and programs which mutually satisfy both the employer and the employees.