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Introduction to Human Resource Management 4ed

by Nick Wilton SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
04/2019
ISBN:
9781526460158
Format:
Hbk 632 pages
Price:
AU$294.00 NZ$299.13
Product Status: Old Edition - Please See New Edition
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Reflecting the global nature of the workplace with its use of real world examples and case studies, the book goes beyond a prescriptive approach in the practice of strategic HRM, and offers a concise introduction that encourages critical reflection.

Prelims
PART ONE: HRM IN CONTEXT
Chapter 1: What is HRM?
Chapter 2: HRM and the Individual
Chapter 3: HRM, Strategy and Performance
Chapter 4: The Labour Market Context of HRM
Chapter 5: International HRM and the National and International Context
PART TWO: HRM IN PRACTICE
Chapter 6: People Resourcing
Chapter 7: Managing Performance
Chapter 8: Managing Reward
Chapter 9: Human Resource Development
Chapter 10: Employment Relations
PART THREE: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN HRM
Chapter 11: HRM, Equality and Diversity
Chapter 12: Careers and Talent Management
Chapter 13: The Management of Workplace Conflict
Chapter 14: HRM, Work and Well-being
Chapter 15: Current Trends and Future Challenges in HRM
Endmatter

Nick Wilton's An Introduction to Human Resource Management offers a comprehensive and multifaceted insight into the world of HRM that will be useful to both students and practitioners. Using a highly readable style and a multitude of real life examples, the reader becomes conversant with the latest trends as well as the basics of HRM theory.
Nick Wilton is Associate Head of Department (Business and Management) and Senior Lecturer in HRM at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, Bristol.