The Informed Student Guide to Human Resource Management has been compiled by a team of recognised human resource management experts from the UK and around the world to equip students with basic reference material for everything they need to know about human resource management. The Guide comprises an A-Z listing of over 300 entries - including coverage of the most recent conceptual developments in this rapidly changing field. The Informed Student Guide to Human Resource Management provides an ideal a first basea for undergraduates or those new to human resource management studies, and an invaluable reference a biblea for those already familiar with the subject.Steers, R. M., Porter, L. W. and Bigley, G. A. (eds) (1996) Motivation and Leadership at Work, 6th edn, London: McGraw HilL ... There has also been some shifts in service sectors and in non-manual areas, where developments in information ... Thus, at Nissana#39;s UK plant one of its a#39;people principlesa#39; was multiskilling, with no job descriptions to encourage flexibility. ... It is now commonly used in banks, travel agencies, insurance companies, supermarkets and parts of the public sector.
|Title||:||The Informed Student Guide to Human Resource Management|
|Author||:||Tom Redman, Adrian Wilkinson|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning EMEA - 2002|