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- SAGE Publications Ltd
- 196 x 127 x 6 mm
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- 163 g
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A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Human Resource Management
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Conceived by Chris Grey as an antidote to conventional textbooks, each book in the ?Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap? series takes a core area of the curriculum and turns it on its head by providing a critical and sophisticated overview of the key issues and debates in an informal, conversational and often humorous way.
Suitable for students of HRM, professionals working in organizations and anyone with an interest in the nature of human resources.
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This is a grounded, critical and well thought through introduction to the subject. It is conscious of major debates yet able to explain them in a subtle and meaningful way. The book presents the reader with the tensions and realities of HRM, inviting them to realise the ways in which management is structured in relation to workers.
This is a wonderfully entertaining and student-friendly introduction to Human Resource Management. It is a real page-turner, full of vivid examples from well-known organisations. It is argumentative and challenging in tone, and as a result far more fun and enlightening to read than most introductory books.
It is more than "fairly interesting" - it warrants a position on every HR professional's book shelf...Grugulis presents the reader with genuine insight into the tensions and realities of HRM in today's organisations. Choose a chapter that reflects your particular interest vis HR and take a look - it will hook you in to read the rest and, hopefully, get you thinking.
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Irena Grugulis is Professor of Work and Skills and Head of the Work and Employment Relations Division at Leeds University Business School and an Associate Fellow and member of the Steering Group at the ESRC Centre for Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance at Oxford University. She held an ESRC/AIM Services Fellowship and served as Editor and Joint Editor-in-Chief of the journal Work, Employment and Society for seven years. Her principal research interests lie in the (broadly constituted) area of skills, particularly the way that organisations attempt to shape their employees and the impact and implications of this for the employees themselves. She has published extensively including articles in Organization Studies, Journal of Management Studies, British Journal of Industrial Relations and Work, Employment and Society.
1. Human Resource Management 2. Is HRM strategic? 3. Skills and Training 4. Pay and Reward 5. Flexible Work and Flexible Workers 6. Employee Voice 7. Service Work 8. Good Jobs and Good Employers?