Human resource management is now more important than ever, as organisations grapple with complex economic conditions, rapid technological advancement and a changing social landscape in the twenty-first century.
Human Resource Management in Australia provides a clear and accessible introduction to the contexts within which human resource management operates. This book covers all of the key functions of attraction, maintaining, and developing human resources including recruitment and selection, training, development and career management and human resources information systems and HR metrics. It also offers an in-depth examination of contemporary issues essential to the management of human resources. The second edition has been comprehensively updated with the latest legislation and includes contemporary and engaging examples of human resources in practice in Australia.
New to this Edition
- New chapter on ‘Health, Safety and Employee Wellbeing’
- Additional coverage of training to chapter 9 ‘Human Resource Training, Development and Career Management’
- All chapters have been expanded with more detail and provide greater depth
- New cases included at the end of each part
- Oxford Ascend Student Resources to support learning and development
Part 1: Introduction and Context of Human Resource Management
- Foundations of Human Resource Management for the Twenty-First Century
- Strategic Management and Strategic HRM
- Employment Relations, HRM and the Law
- Health, Safety and Employee Wellbeing
- Diversity and Employment Equity
Part 2: HRM Functions
Part 3: Contemporary Issues in HRM
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Product Type||Student Books,|
|Author(s)||Pieter Nel, Amanda Werner, Mike Fazey, Bruce Millett, Andries du Plessis, Russell Wordsworth, Bruce Hearn Mackinnon, Yuliani Suseno|
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