The SAGE handbook of human resource management /
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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Sage eReference (Online service)
Other Authors: Wilkinson, Adrian, 1963- (Editor)
Format: Online Book
Published: Los Angeles ; London : SAGE, 2009.
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Table of Contents:
  • pt. 1: The framing of human resource management. Field of human resource management / Adrain Wilkinson [and others]
  • Human resource management: a historical perspective / Howard Gospel
  • Models of strategic human resource management / Saba Colakoglu, Ying Hong and David P. Lepak
  • The employment relationship / John W. Budd and Devasheesh Bhave
  • The regulative framework for HRM / Michael Barry
  • The evolution of HR strategy: adaptations to increasing global complexity / Shad S. Morris and Scott A. Snell
  • Strong situations and firm performance: a proposed re-conceptualization of the role of the HR function / John J. Haggerty and Patrick M. Wright
  • International and comparative human resource management / Richard Hall and Nick Wailes.
  • pt. 2: Fundamentals of human resource management. Recruitment and selection / Filip Lievens and Derek Chapman
  • Training and development in organizations / Phyllis Tharenou
  • Management and leadership development / Christopher Mabey and Tim Finch-Lees
  • Understanding performance management and appraisal: supervisory and employee perspectives / Michelle Brown and Victoria S. Lim
  • Compensation / Barry Gerhart
  • HRM and equal opportunities / Anne-Marie Greene
  • Involvement and participation / Graham Dietz, Adrian Wilkinson and Tom Redman
  • Extending the reach of job design theory: going beyond the job characteristics model / Sharon K. Parker and Sandra Ohly
  • Occupational health and safety in the modern world of work / Rebecca Loudoun and Richard Johnstone
  • Industrial relations and collective bargaining / Thomas A. Kochan and Greg J. Bamber
  • Discipline and grievances / Brian S. Klaas
  • Downsizing and redundancy / Wayne F. Cascio.
  • pt. 3: Contemporary issues. Strategic human resource management: Where do we go from here? / Brian E. Becker and Mark A. Huselid
  • The employee experience of work / Francis Green, Katy Huxley and Keith Whitfield
  • Human resource management in developing countries / Pawan S. Budhwar and Yaw A. Debrah
  • HRM and national economic performance / Jonathan Michie
  • Human resource management and the resource based view / Paul Boselie and Jaap Paauwe
  • Complexity-based agile enterprises: putting self-organizing emergence to work / Lee Dyer and Jeff Ericksen
  • Human resource management across organizational boundaries / Mick Marchington, Fang Lee Cooke and Gail Hebson
  • Ethics and HRM / Chris Provis
  • Working time and work-life balance / Janet Walsh
  • pt. 4. Sectoral perspectives. Human resource management in the service sector / Jody Hoffer Gittell and Rob Seidner
  • HRM in small firms: respecting and regulating informality / Paul Edwards and Monder Ram
  • HRM in multinational companies / Anthony Ferner
  • Human resource management in the public sector / Stephen Bach.