This book critically examines contemporary issues in the management of people. It reviews some of the significant themes that have shaped HRM as it has emerged during the course of the last century and identifies the definitive role of the tension between the drive for organizational performance and the 'humanization' of work.With the rolling back of manual labour through automation, attention inevitably shifted to the cognitive processes. This theme has ... Starbuck, 1992; Alvesson, 1993) and is now increasingly embracing the Internet (Debrah, 1998). Attention is anbsp;...
|Title||:||Understanding Human Resource Management|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 2001-04-01|