This new edition of the best-selling text People Management and Development, Human Resource Management at Work, is the ideal text for anyone looking for a critical look at human resource management theory and practice.Combining the latest academic research with practical approaches to managing HRM in the workplace, the text is suitable for core HRM modules on HRM and business degree programmes and the CIPD People Management and Development module. A 'route map' at the front of the book demonstrates how the text can be used on both CIPD and non-CIPD courses to assist lecture preparation. The new edition includes:- a revised structure designed to fit with different teaching methods and approaches- signposting to help you and your students to locate topics more easily- more international cases.'It provides conceptual fluency with access to a plethora of current highly up-to-date research evidence. Moreover, there are limited numbers of texts that deal with these issues with such a degree of competence - this is clearly a major plus for this text.'Kirsty Newsome, lecturer, Strathclyde UniversityFirstly, the hierarchy of control was associated with non-manual status, a division of brain from brawn (Arthurs 1985). ... insecurity; few promotions; stricter rules and discipline; and separate facilities such as canteens, toilets and car parks ( Price and Price 1994). ... if some groups of workers were treated differently. lmportant icons in the 1980s were high-profile Japanese implants such as Nissan , Komatsuanbsp;...
|Title||:||Human Resource Management at Work|
|Author||:||Mick Marchington, Adrian Wilkinson|
|Publisher||:||CIPD Publishing - 2005|