An accessible introduction to strategic human resource management; written by a host of world-renowned lecturers and practitioners in the field of HRM. The book introduces the reader to current academic models, perspectives and research, by using practical examples from across the industry.
Now in its Second Edition, the authors have updated the content throughout, including up-to-date examples and chapter references, along with a collection of new case studies that reflect the global nature of the contemporary workplace.
The book is complimented by a companion website featuring a range of tools and resources for lecturers and students, including PowerPoint slides, an instructor’s manual and Testbank.
Suitable for upper undergraduate and Masters level strategic HRM modules or HRM modules that have a strategic angle.
Please note that due to license restrictions we are unfortunately unable to ship this product to North America, South America or Australia
Part One – the Organization, the Organizational Context and Strategy
Paul E. Smith and Gary Rees
Chapter 1. An Introduction to the Organisation, Its Environment and Human Resource Management
Paola Pisano, Alison Rieple and Marco Pironti
Chapter 2. Strategic Approaches
Geoffrey Wood and Zsuzsanna Kispál-Vitai
Chapter 3. Strategic Human Resource Management
Charles Leatherbarrow and Gary Rees
Chapter 4. HRM: The Added Value Debate
Part Two - The Functional Aspects of HR
Chapter 5. Recruitment and Selection
Chapter 6. Flexible Working
Chapter 7. Reward Strategy and Managing Performance
Moira Calveley, David Allsop, Natalia Rocha Lawton and Monika Huesmann
Chapter 8. Managing the Employment Relationship
Chapter 9. Equality and Diversity in the Workplace
Chapter 10. Developing Employees and Managers
Part Three – SHRM and the “Bigger Picture”
Crystal Zhang and Paul Iles
Chapter 11. Organisational Culture
Kate E. Rowlands and Paul Iles
Chapter 12. Managing in a Global Context
Chapter 13. The Future of HR