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International human resource management. 2nd Edition

International human resource management. 2nd Edition
International human resource management. 2nd Edition
This substantially revised second edition of this critically engaging yet student friendly text explores both comparative and international HRM, discussing leading practices and the controversies that surround them. Developed from the authors extensive experience in the field, it presents a comprehensive treatment of the subject from a truly global perspective. Each chapter includes case studies, activities and a range of other features to test and reinforce students understanding.
Contents International Human Resource Management: an Introduction
PART ONE: NATIONAL CULTURES
The Impact Of National Culture
Culture and Organisational Life
PART TWO: COMPARATIVE HRM
Theory And Practice
The Role of HR Departments
Recruitment and Selection
Reward
Training and Development
Flexibility and Work-life Balance
Communications and Employee Relations
PART THREE: INTERNATIONAL HRM
International HRM: Theory And Practice
Managing International Working
Managing Diversity in International Working
PART FOUR: NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND THE ROLE OF THE HR FUNCTION
HR and Global Organisational Capability
HR and Business Process Outsourcing
Managing International HRM
1843981599
Chartered Institute of Personal Development
Brewster, Chris
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Brewster, Chris, Sparrow, Paul and Vernon, Guy (2007) International human resource management. 2nd Edition , London, UK. Chartered Institute of Personal Development, 230pp.

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This substantially revised second edition of this critically engaging yet student friendly text explores both comparative and international HRM, discussing leading practices and the controversies that surround them. Developed from the authors extensive experience in the field, it presents a comprehensive treatment of the subject from a truly global perspective. Each chapter includes case studies, activities and a range of other features to test and reinforce students understanding.
Contents International Human Resource Management: an Introduction
PART ONE: NATIONAL CULTURES
The Impact Of National Culture
Culture and Organisational Life
PART TWO: COMPARATIVE HRM
Theory And Practice
The Role of HR Departments
Recruitment and Selection
Reward
Training and Development
Flexibility and Work-life Balance
Communications and Employee Relations
PART THREE: INTERNATIONAL HRM
International HRM: Theory And Practice
Managing International Working
Managing Diversity in International Working
PART FOUR: NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND THE ROLE OF THE HR FUNCTION
HR and Global Organisational Capability
HR and Business Process Outsourcing
Managing International HRM

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Published date: May 2007

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Local EPrints ID: 47191
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/47191
ISBN: 1843981599
PURE UUID: c2331923-067b-4899-947e-07c9703bacc0

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Date deposited: 03 Aug 2007
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 21:00

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Author: Chris Brewster
Author: Paul Sparrow
Author: Guy Vernon

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