Introduction to Human Resource Management successfully bridges the gap between theory and practice. The authors' unique insights into both the public and private sectors, combined with academic theory, make it suitable for both CIPD's Certificate in HR Practice and for foundation or undergraduate students studying any introductory HRM module. It maps to the CIPD Certificate in HR Practice. It follows the logical sequence of the employment cycle. It offers practical focus balanced with the right amount of theory for introductory level.
Charles Leatherbarrow, Chartered FCIPD, is a Senior Lecturer in HRM at the University of Wolverhampton. Janet Fletcher, Chartered FCIPD, is a Senior Lecturer in HRM at the University of Wolverhampton.
Chapter 1: Organisations Chapter 2: Aspects of Organisational Culture Chapter 3: Human Resource Management (HRM) Chapter 4: The Role of the HR Practitioner Chapter 5: Human Resource Planning Chapter 6: Recruitment Chapter 7: Selection Chapter 8: Induction and Retention Chapter 9: Learning and Talent Chapter 10: Human Resource Development Chapter 11: Performance Management Chapter 12: Employee Reward Chapter 13: The Employment Relationship and Work-Life Balance Chapter 14: Health, Safety and Well-being 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
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