A. Bedwell

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (7 of 7)
Location: England


Top Reviewer Ranking: 780,824 - Total Helpful Votes: 7 of 7
Brain Savvy HR: A neuroscience evidence base by Jan Hills
In a world of lengthy business books and jargon-based trends, I found this a refeshing mix of new content and useful bite-sized sections. As other reviewers have said, the application goes broader than just HR and is written in a way that is easily referenced and practical to use. Recommended.
Successful Property Investing: How to Earn £50,000&hellip by Steve Bolton
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The book presents a strong rationale around a property investment strategy and gives clear, practical guidance about how to approach it. The style is very accessible but content doesn't suffer as a result. It also debunks some myths and perceptions about what HMO's are about - well worth a read.
Service Led Design (Gower HR Transformation Series&hellip by Jane Saunders
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The book steps you through the key steps from initial design through to implementation of the HR function. It provides a framework from which the purpose, size, structures and processes of the function can be evaluated + then goes on to look at factors important in implementation. The writing style is very accessible with good use of tables and models to emphasise key areas. Relevant to both in-house and consulting backgrounds.

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