Contemporary Human Resource Management
Text and Cases
- Adrian Wilkinson - Griffith University and Visiting Professor at University of Sheffield
- Tony Dundon - Kemmy Business School, Limerick and Visiting Professor at WEI University of Manchester, University of Limerick, University of Manchester, UK, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, The University of Manchester, UK
Business & Management (General) | Human Resource Management
Written by experts in the field, this well-established book provides a critical and academically rigorous exploration of the key functions, practices and issues in HRM today.
The first part of Contemporary Human Resource Management covers fundamental HRM practices while the second half examines contemporary themes and issues such as work-place bullying, flexibility and emotion at work. Each chapter contains two thought-provoking case studies, encouraging readers to identify, examine and apply key concepts to real-world examples.
This substantially revised sixth edition includes three completely new chapters and case studies on:
- HRM in SMEs
- The Future of Work
- Employee Wellbeing
- Instructor's manual
- PowerPoint slides
- Additional case studies
Some excellent practical examples to develop students own skills and understanding of HRM
This book covers fundamental knowledge on HRM. The advanced/contemporary knowledge (in the second half of the book) is suitable for students at the Master's level. The case studies are useful as well.