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Armstrong's Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice

Paperback Engels 2023 9781398606630
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Armstrong's Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice is the definitive resource for HRM students and professionals, helping readers understand and implement HR to align with business needs. This book provides detailed coverage of all areas essential to the HR function such as employment law, employee relations, learning and development, performance management and reward management. It also covers the HR skills needed to ensure professional success, including leadership, managing conflict, interviewing and using statistics.

It is illustrated throughout in full colour and has a range of pedagogical features to consolidate learning such as source review boxes, key learning points and case studies from international organizations such as IBM, HSBC and Johnson and Johnson. This fully updated 16th edition includes new chapters on managing remote workers and developments in digital human resource management practices. There are also updates to reflect the changes throughout the HR function, such as performance leadership, 'smart' reward and employee wellbeing.

Armstrong's Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice is suited to both professionals and students of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. It is also aligned with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) profession map so can be used by those studying the Associate Level 5 and Advanced Level 7 qualifications. Online supporting resources include comprehensive handbooks for lecturers and students, lecture slides, all figures and tables, toolkits, and a literature review, glossary and bibliography.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9781398606630
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:760
Uitgever:Kogan Page
Druk:16
Verschijningsdatum:3-1-2023
ISSN:

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Stephen Taylor is CIPD Chief Examiner and Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School.

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Inhoudsopgave

Section - ONE: Fundamentals of human resource management;
Chapter - 01: The essence of HRM;
Chapter - 02: Human capital management;
Chapter - 03: The context of HRM;
Chapter - 04: The future of work;
Chapter - 05: HRM and organizational performance;
Chapter - 06: The ethical dimension of HRM;
Chapter - 07: Corporate social responsibility;

Section - TWO: The strategic approach to HRM;
Chapter - 08: Strategic HRM;
Chapter - 09: HR strategy;

Section - THREE: Delivering HR;
Chapter - 10: The role of HR;
Chapter - 11: The HRM role of line managers;

Section - FOUR: Human resource management processes;
Chapter - 12: Evidence-based HRM;
Chapter - 13: HR analytics;
Chapter - 14: Digital HRM;
Chapter - 15: Knowledge management;
Chapter - 16: Competency-based HRM;

Section - FIVE: Organization;
Chapter - 17: Organizational behaviour;
Chapter - 18: Organization design;
Chapter - 19: Work design;
Chapter - 20: Job design;
Chapter - 21: Organization development;

Section - SIX: Factors affecting the behaviour of people at work;
Chapter - 22: Motivation;
Chapter - 23: Commitment;
Chapter - 24: Employee engagement;

Section - SEVEN: People resourcing;
Chapter - 25: Resourcing strategy;
Chapter - 26: Workforce planning;
Chapter - 27: Recruitment and selection;
Chapter - 28: Talent management;

Section - EIGHT: Employment practices;
Chapter - 29: The employee experience;
Chapter - 30: Managing employment;
Chapter - 31: Managing diversity and inclusion;
Chapter - 32: Managing flexibility;
Chapter - 33: Managing home and hybrid working;

Section - NINE: Learning and development;
Chapter - 34: The basis of learning and development;
Chapter - 35: Strategic learning and development;
Chapter - 36: Organizational learning and the learning organization;
Chapter - 37: Individual learning;
Chapter - 38: The process of learning and development;
Chapter - 39: The practice of learning and development;
Chapter - 40: Leadership and management development;

Section - TEN: Performance management;
Chapter - 41: The basis of performance management;
Chapter - 42: Performance management systems;
Chapter - 43: Performance leadership;

Section - ELEVEN: Reward management;
Chapter - 44: The basis of reward management;
Chapter - 45: Reward strategy;
Chapter - 46: The practice of reward management;
Chapter - 47: Managing reward for special groups;
Chapter - 48: Reducing the gender pay gap;

Section - TWELVE: Employment relations;
Chapter - 49: The basis of employment relations;
Chapter - 50: Employment relations strategy;
Chapter - 51: The employment relationship;
Chapter - 52: The psychological contract;
Chapter - 53: The practice of industrial relations;
Chapter - 54: Employee voice;
Chapter - 55: Employee communications;

Section - THIRTEEN: Employee wellbeing;
Chapter - 56: Principles and practice of employee wellbeing;
Chapter - 57: Health and safety;

Section - FOURTEEN: HR practices;
Chapter - 58: HR policies;
Chapter - 59: HR procedures;
Chapter - 60: Dealing with the legal aspects of employment;

Section - FIFTEEN: International HRM;
Chapter - 61: The basis of international HRM;
Chapter - 62: The practice of international HRM;
Chapter - 63: Managing expatriates

Section - SIXTEEN: People management skills and competencies;
Chapter - 64: Strategic people management skills;
Chapter - 65: Business skills;
Chapter - 66: Dealing with business issues from an HR perspective;
Chapter - 67: Problem-solving and decision-making skills;
Chapter - 68: Analytical and critical skills;
Chapter - 69: Research skills;
Chapter - 70: Statistical skills;
Chapter - 71: Selection interviewing skills;
Chapter - 72: Job, role and skills analysis and competency modelling;
Chapter - 73: Learning and development skills;
Chapter - 74: Negotiating skills;
Chapter - 75: Change management;
Chapter - 76: Influencing skills;
Chapter - 77: Leadership;
Chapter - 78: Handling people problems;
Chapter - 79: Handling challenging conversations;
Chapter - 80: Managing conflict;
Chapter - 81: Political skills;
Chapter - 82: Project management;

Section - SEVENTEEN: Conclusion;
Chapter - 83: Trends in HRM;

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