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Introduction to Human Resource Management,9780199581085

Introduction to Human Resource Management

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780199581085

ISBN10:
0199581088
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
4/7/2012
Publisher(s):
Oxford University Press
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Summary

Co-written by a lecturer and a practitioner, Banfield and Kay provide academic and practical insights that convey the reality of HRM. Designed specifically for students taking their first introductory module in human resource management, this textbook combines the academic and practitionerperspectives to produce a balanced introduction to the subject. This approach explores how HRM is actually practised and experienced in the workplace, which overcomes the idealistic and partial insights of many textbooks. By taking a truly holistic approach to the subject, this text avoids thepresentation of HRM as a separate management function, and instead presents HR processes and challenges as an integral part of any business. The conversational writing style adopted by the authors is ideal for students, and has been highly praised for engaging the reader.The book is divided into 4 parts: The Foundations of HRM (Chapters 1- 3) is followed by Operational Challenges (Chapters 4-8). Key HRM Processes are then examined (Chapters 9-12) before the final part presents three real-life case study chapters (Chapters 12- 15), drawing on the topics coveredearlier in the text such as planning, recruitment, selection, redundancy, learning, and training. Within each chapter, care has been taken to encourage students to think critically about the issues. A huge number of real life examples and case studies are included throughout, presenting the reader with opportunities to understand the theory in practice, and bringing the topics to life. A widerange of boxed learning features and a user-friendly writing style ensures the content is fully understood and encourages students to actively engage with the issues raised.The second edition features a new chapter on strategic human resource management. The authors have also undertaken interviews with practitioners from a range of organizations. These range from large public- and private-sector organizations such as Nottingham Trent University and Calor Gas to smallercompanies including International Information Systems in Bahrain. These have been written up into a new 'Practitioner Insight' feature in every chapter, providing a reflection on practice from twelve different individuals. In addition a 'Research Insight' feature has been introduced, summarising keypapers at relevant points within the chapter and encouraging students to extend their reading by following up these references.Online Resource CentreFor lecturers:* Test Bank * PowerPoint Lecture Slides * Seminar Activities * Answers to Case Study Questions* Discussion Questions and Suggested Answers * Essay Questions and Suggested Answers * Detailed guide to using case study chapters in teaching (NEW)For students:* Additional Case Study Material - the story continued. * Multiple Choice Questions with feedback * Web links * Chapter on health and safety* Extension material on key topics (NEW)

Table of Contents


Part One: Foundations of human resource management
1. The management of human resources
2. Human resources: an academic and professional perspective
3. A strategic perspective on human resource management
Part Two: Operational challenges
4. Recruitment and selection
5. Managing employee relations
6. Managing discipline and grievance
7. Equality and diversity in employment
8. International human resource management
Part Three: HRM processes
9. HR planning and measurement
10. Learning and development
11. Performance management
12. Managing rewards
Part Four: Case studies
13. Case Study: Setting up an assessment centre
14. Case Study: The role of HR in closing a factory
15. Case Study: Reforming the HR function
Online Resource Centre
Chapter on Health and safety


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