If HRM is to contribute to the objectives of the organization, it is imperative to understand how HRM techniques are being applied and experienced. The current HRM literature is dominated by a managerial focus and perspective, however this book tells the experiences of employees in more than 20 organizations across a number of sectors and countries. It sets out to answer three questions: A decade or so from its arrival, is HRM delivering its promises? Of the many documented changes in workplace policies and practices, which can be distinctively attributed to HRM? Where changes are occurring in the name of HRM, who is benefitting?
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 590 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 23 mm
`This book offers some interesting and challenging thoughts on the effectiveness of HRM...an interesting introduction to HRM students hoping to aquire knowledge' - International Journal of Selection and Assessment
`For many teaching and researching HRM and associated subjects this will be a valuable and timely book. The collection of case studies that form its core will act as a valuable resource and counterweight to much managerialist literature in the area' - Management Learning
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