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Reflecting the global nature of the workplace, this is a concise introduction to the world of human resource management that goes beyond a prescriptive, how-to approach and prepares you for the issues and dilemmas you may face in your HR career. Includes new discussions on the impact of Black Lives Matter on HR, the effect of Covid-19 on recruitment and on the mental health of employees, and post-Brexit points-based immigration Boxed features including Ethical Insights , Research Insights , and HRM in Practice highlight contemporary practices, critical perspectives, and discussions and debates…mehr

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Reflecting the global nature of the workplace, this is a concise introduction to the world of human resource management that goes beyond a prescriptive, how-to approach and prepares you for the issues and dilemmas you may face in your HR career.
Includes new discussions on the impact of Black Lives Matter on HR, the effect of Covid-19 on recruitment and on the mental health of employees, and post-Brexit points-based immigration Boxed features including Ethical Insights , Research Insights , and HRM in Practice highlight contemporary practices, critical perspectives, and discussions and debates related to each chapter Now features a running case study, where in each chapter you can apply what you ve learnt to solve a challenge faced by the HR Manager of a hotel Illustrated with real-world case studies and examples from a cross section of industries, such as Netflix, Nike, and Just Eat Comprehensive online resources, including author videos, over 25 additional case studies, access to full journal articles and self-test quizzes.

Suitable for anyone studying HRM as part of an undergraduate or postgraduate degree, or on a specialist program of study.
Autorenporträt
Dr Nick Wilton is currently Associate Dean for Professional Education and Accreditation at Oxford Brookes Business School. For more than 20 years, he has taught at undergraduate and graduate levels in a variety of disciplines including Human Resource Management and Development, employment relations and cross-cultural and international management. He is the author of an Introduction to Human Resource Management (5th ed.). His research interests include employability, careers and career development, and labour market inequality. He holds a doctorate in the sociology of work and employment, an Mphil in the management of employee relations, is a chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and a senior fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.  
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A well-structured book which covers the key aspects of HRM. It provides a good introduction to what HRM is all about, including its context, practice and contemporary issues. The book has done remarkably well in presenting key concepts through simple, concise, coherent and critical discussions. Very suitable for first/second year undergraduate students who are introduced to the subject for the first time. Mahwish Khan