From the Back Cover
This bestselling text offers an authoritative yet readable introduction to human resource management. Exploring a broad range of perspectives, styles and arguments, the expert authors take a rigorous and critical approach that makes contemporary developments in human resource management accessible and interesting.
Now in its sixth edition, Human Resource Management examines some of the key issues and debates of today:
· What is human resource management and how does it affect organisational performance?
· How do organisations develop and reward their employees and leaders of tomorrow?
· How does globalisation affect HRM, and what are the trends in HRM around the world?
This text also provides comprehensive and in-depth coverage of the theory and practice of HRM, including the latest research. Regular invitations to stop and think, questions and activities, and a wealth of relevant and appealing case studies will help you to learn and research effectively. Human Resource Management is written for undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students, and is also suitable for those studying for CIPD qualifications.
About the authors
Tim Claydon is Head of HRM at Leicester Business School, De Montfort University. Julie Beardwell is Director for Corporate Programmes in the Department of Corporate Development at De Montfort University.
About the Author
The 6th edition of Human Resource Management
is edited by Julie Beardwell
, Associate Dean and Head of HRM at Leeds Business School, and Tim Claydon
, Head of HRM at De Montfort University, Leicester.