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Managing Careers and Employability

Managing Careers and Employability

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March 2022 | 408 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Combining a strong theoretical underpinning with a wide range of case studies and practical examples, this authoritative textbook provides a deep understanding of career systems, on both an individual and an organizational level.

Taking a global approach, Managing Careers and Employability looks at recent labour market developments and explores contemporary topics such as entrepreneurial careers, career ecosystems and the dark side of careers. A wide range of learning features including reflective questions, key terms and exercises, empower you to reflect on and manage your own career.

Online resources include a Tutor’s Guide, containing teaching notes for each chapter, as well as PowerPoint slides that can be adapted and edited to suit specific teaching needs.

Suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate students studying career management and related courses.

Yehuda Baruch is Professor of Management at Southampton Business School, the University of Southampton.
Individual Careers
Individual Careers and Career Models
Employability, Sustainability, and Entrepreneurship
The Dynamic Nature of Career Management
Organizational Career Systems – The Career Active System Triad (CAST)
Organizational Career Management Practices
Global Career Management
Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: Careers Perspective
Conclusion: The Future of Careers

Yehuda Baruch

Yehuda Baruch (DSc Technion, Israel, PostDoc at City University and London Business School) is a Professor of Management at Southampton Business School, the University of Southampton, UK, and Affiliated Professor, Audencia, Nantes France. His research covers a broad range of topics, with a particular focus on careers (organizational career systems, career ecosystems) and global HRM/global careers. He has published over 150 refereed papers, including in Journal of Management, Academy of Management Annals, Human Resource Management, Organizational Dynamics, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Human Relations, Research Policy and Organization... More About Author

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