Provides tools for building up the student’s confidence in various complex terminologies and models.
The value and use of human resources is paramount to the continuing success of any organization. This textbook aims at providing a cogent and coherent explanation of human resource management from a strategic perspective.
The approach adopted by the book is one of building students’ confidence in various complex terminologies and models. It explores the current theoretical models, perspectives and researches, and their application through practical examples across three industrial sectors. It includes a series of reflective activities to help students deliberate on a range of relevant and topical HR issues.
• Numerous practical examples and case studies in each chapter to make the rigorous theoretical and academic underpinnings alive
• Cases and examples from across the globe and chapters on culture and globalization to reflect the global nature of the contemporary workplace
• Content contributed by leading names in the field of HRM
• Excellent range of learning features including an end of book glossary to help quickly understand new and complex terminologies