Barbados Native Publishes New Book with Dorrance Publishing on Human Resource Management

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This detailed book examines human resource practices in people-focused church ministry.

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Human Resource Management Practices in the Church: A Study of the H.R. Practices in the Church of God Reformation Movement in Barbados examines the crucial role of Human Resource Management in the people-focused Church ministry. Service organizations, such as the Church, have little to sell but their good service, which makes them uniquely dependent on their employees’ and volunteers’ attitudes and motivations and on good H.R. management practices.

In this book, Rev. Lionel L. Gibson has sought to ascertain through proper research methods and due diligence the degree of presence or absence of HRM practices in the Church and the likely effect this may have on Church management.

About the Author:
Rev. Lionel L. Gibson is a native of Barbados, where he serves as a minister in the General Assembly of the Church of God in Barbados. Educated in Christian Education at the University of Almeda, where he obtained a master’s degree in theology, Rev. Gibson completed his post-graduate work at the University of Surrey (U.K.), earning a master’s of science degree in Human Resource Management.

Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. is pleased to announce the publication of Human Resource Management Practices in the Church: A Study of the H.R. Practices in the Church of God Reformation Movement in Barbados ($10.00) ISBN: 978-1-4349-0211-5, paperback, Publication Date: March 23, 2010. For more information, please go to http://www.dorrancepressroom.com or contact Jessica Cunningham Stillwell, Promotion Manager, at 701 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, phone: (412) 288-4543 or fax: (412) 434-8430. To place a book order, request a review copy, or to learn important information about shipping prices, tax, and our returns policy, please call our Merchandising Coordinator at (800) 788-7654.

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