Human Resource Management at Work: People Management and Development
Human Resource Management is the leading textbook for the CIPD People Management and Development module. Written by the CIPD's chief examiner, it is closely aligned to the CIPD standards and is the ideal text for anyone seeking a critical look at Human Resource Management (HRM) theory and practice.
Combining the latest academic research with practical approaches to managing HRM in the workplace, the text is suitable for core HRM modules on HRM and business degree programmes for second and final year undergraduate or postgraduate levels and the CIPD People Management and Development module.
The fourth edition of this text boasts an exciting new text design and improved companion website with new resources for students and tutors. It includes even more case studies and real world examples, as well as mini-cases and research summary boxes. Brand new material covers private equity firms, diversity, international HRM and globalisation, the role of line managers, and the meaning of work.
Please visit the Human Resource Management at Work website on www.cipd.co.uk/HRMatwork to see a sample chapter and for further information.
'It provides conceptual fluency with access to a plethora of current highly up-to-date research evidence. Moreover, there are limited numbers of texts that deal with these issues with such a degree of competence - this is clearly a major plus for this text.'
Kirsty Newsome, Lecturer, Strathclyde University
'Comprehensive, lucid and coherent, the authors succeed admirably; one of the most user-friendly texts I have everread.'
Human Resource Management Journal (on 1st edition)
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