Personnel management permeates all the functional areas of management such as production management, Financial management and Marketing management. That is, every manager from top to bottom, working in any department has to perform the personnel functions. Though the personnel department is created under the supervision of a person designed as 'Personnel Manager', it should not be assumed that the other managers are relieved of this responsibility. Personnel management is not a 'one shot' function. It must be performed continuously if the Organization objectives are to be achieved smoothly. In this book various important issues like Introduction to Personnel Management; History of Personnel Management; Human Resources Development; Organisation of Personnel Management; Manpower Planning; Manpower Training and Development; Management by Objectives; Job Analysis; Job Evaluation; Employees Remuneration and Fringe Benefits; Group Dynamics; Morale and Productivity; Personnel Problems and Employee Counselling; Personnel Records and Audit; Industrial Relations; Industrial Disputes; Trade Unions; Collective Bargaining; Workers Participation in Management; Labour Welfare; Social Security etc. are discussed elaborately.