Introduction to Human Resource Management is a comprehensive and accessible guide to the subject of HRM. Drawing on the authors' experiences in both the public and private sectors and underpinned by academic theory, this textbook follows the logical sequence of the employment cycle and shows how human resource management plays out in practice. It covers organizational culture, the role of the HR professional, HR planning, recruitment and selection, talent management, L&D, motivation and performance, health and safety, diversity and equality, employment law, change management and handling and managing information.
With a range of pedagogical features, including contemporary case studies and review questions, Introduction to Human Resource Management maps to the CIPD Level 3 Foundation Certificate in HR Practice and is also ideal for foundation and undergraduate students encountering HRM for the first time. This fully updated 4th edition has been revised and expanded to include coverage of zero-hours contracts and the gig economy, social media and e-recruitment and the UK apprenticeship levy. Online supporting resources include an instructor's manual, lecture slides and students' resources including multiple choice questions, additional case studies and reflective questions for self-study.
|Publisher:||Kogan Page, Ltd|
|Edition description:||4th ed.|
|Product dimensions:||7.48(w) x 9.65(h) x 0.98(d)|
About the Author
Charles Leatherbarrow is now retired. His career led him into managing the HR and Training functions within the oil and gas exploration sector in locations around the world. His later life was in academia, lecturing, researching and writing about human resource management.
Janet Fletcher, Chartered FCIPD, is a senior lecturer in HRM at the University of Wolverhampton, UK.
Table of Contents
- Chapter - 01: Organisations;
- Chapter - 02: Aspects of organisational culture;
- Chapter - 03: Human Resource Management (HRM);
- Chapter - 04: The role of the HR practitioner;
- Chapter - 05: Human resource planning;
- Chapter - 06: Recruitment;
- Chapter - 07: Selection;
- Chapter - 08: Induction and retention;
- Chapter - 09: Learning and development – Key Concepts;
- Chapter - 10: Learning and development – The practical aspects;
- Chapter - 11: Employee motivation and performance;
- Chapter - 12: Employee reward;
- Chapter - 13: The employment relationship;
- Chapter - 14: Health, safety, well-being and work-life balance;
- Chapter - 15: Diversity and equality;
- Chapter - 16: Understanding employment law;
- Chapter - 17: Ending the employment relationship;
- Chapter - 18: Change management;
- Chapter - 19: Handling and managing information