A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2006 - Business & Economics - 982 pages
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Revised in the light of recent developments in HRM policy and practice, this text now includes new chapters on human capital management, the role of the front line manager, HR strategies, and implementing HR strategies and learning and development. It also incorporates the results of surveys and research projects conducted by professionals.
 

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Contents

VI
3
VIII
29
IX
53
X
71
XI
93
XII
99
XIII
113
XIV
123
XLVIII
503
L
521
LI
533
LII
539
LIII
549
LIV
559
LVI
583
LVII
591

XV
131
XVI
147
XVII
159
XVIII
173
XIX
187
XXI
205
XXIII
215
XXIV
225
XXV
239
XXVII
251
XXVIII
271
XXIX
283
XXX
303
XXXII
319
XXXIII
327
XXXIV
337
XXXVI
363
XXXVII
389
XXXVIII
409
XXXIX
439
XLI
461
XLII
471
XLIV
479
XLVI
495
LVIII
607
LX
623
LXI
643
LXII
659
LXIII
681
LXV
689
LXVII
707
LXVIII
729
LXX
737
LXXI
753
LXXIII
773
LXXIV
795
LXXV
807
LXXVI
817
LXXVII
829
LXXVIII
845
LXXIX
857
LXXX
879
LXXXI
889
LXXXIII
907
LXXXIV
911
LXXXV
953
LXXXVI
977
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Michael Armstrong is an independent management consultant and the internationally bestselling author of The Handbook of Management and Leadership, How to be an Even Better Manager, and Reward Management, among others.

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