The new edition of this best-selling textbook continues to provide a thorough introduction to human resource management incorporating the latest research and European legislation. It provides a rigorous theoretical framework whilst also addressing the practical issues of managing human resources.Material has been thoroughly up-dated with a wealth of new cases studies and articles, many from the Financial Times. New material on contemporary topics such as recruitment on the internet has been added whilst the final section has been extensively revised with new material on the so-called tiger economies of Asia. All material on Europe, including Eastern Europe has been carefully revised.Other key features include: - Extensive referencing- A glossary at the back of the book to explain key terms- A companion website is available and provides useful links to relevant professional bodies, extra question material, web-based exercises, the lecturer's guide and overhead slides.A key feature of Human Resource Management is that it is written by specialists in their fields who combine extensive academic research with a wide range of practical experience. The author team is Professor Ian Beardwe
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Comments on the 2nd edition:This book is deservedly established as one of the leading textbooks on the subject. The various contributors all provide clear and understandable expositions of their often complex topics, but without sacrificing academic rigour and standards. This characteristic is a boon to both teachers and students of HRM, and is probably the greatest of the book's many strengths. The book is an essential resource for the teaching and learning of HRM.Prof Jim Stewart, Dept of Human Resource Management, Nottingham Business School Human Resource Management clearly explains and critiques current theory and then illustrates it with relevant examples. This makes it useful for both undergratuate and postgraduate students.Stephanie Tailby, Head of School of HRM, Bristol Business School
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Descrizione libro Financial Times Management, 2001. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M0273643169