Human resource management is often led and controlled by a range of systems and policies that can emanate within and outside the organization. No organization can survive without the support of human resource managers. Through meticulous consistency and professionalism, the human resources department can protect the organization from predatory employees that may be looking to exploit legal loopholes to extract unmerited compensation from the organization for the flimsiest of reasons. This book will explore various conceptualizations of human resource management. The book is aimed at those who are generally interested in working people and their experiences in the workplace. However, the book is useful for undergraduates in a range of management courses.