Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management

Paperback | November 13, 2012

EditorPieter Grobler, Surette Warnich

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Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management 4e, is written by a team of international authors presenting the latest thinking on HRM in today's organisations. There is a strong focus on applying current theories and models to successful companies, both within the global and local contexts.The latest research in the field of HRM is used to demonstrate topical issues with a strategic and innovative perspective.

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Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management 4e, is written by a team of international authors presenting the latest thinking on HRM in today's organisations. There is a strong focus on applying current theories and models to successful companies, both within the global and local contexts.The latest research in the field of HRM is ...

Pieter Grobler is Professor at Unisa. Surette Warnich is Senior Lecturer of Human Resource Management, Department of Business Management at Unisa.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:384 pagesPublished:November 13, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195998308

ISBN - 13:9780195998306

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Table of Contents

1. Human resource management's role in the evolving paradigm2. Human resources and the competitive advantage3. Human resources and leadership4. The strategic role of HRM5. Managing flexible patterns of work for competitive advantage6. Talent Management - an HR challenge7. Measuring human resource management within organisations8. Ethical issues and challenges in HRM9. Corporate social responsibility, ethics and governance: Implications for corporate citizenship and HRM10. Human resource management in the electronic era11. Change management and building the learning organisation12. Human resource management: An international dimension13. The future role of human resource management.