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Strategy and Human Resource Management

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  2 reviews
How is human resource management (HRM) strategic to a firm's viability and how might it help to lay a basis for sustained competitive advantage? How can managers pursue their goals for labour productivity and organisational flexibility in socially acceptable ways? This book explores such pressing questions. The authors develop an innovative conceptual framework to provide ...more
Paperback, 287 pages
Published November 23rd 2002 by Palgrave MacMillan (first published November 15th 2002)
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Dominic Mcloughlin
Although this is primarily a text book for lecturers and university students, it does provide a good summary of the main aspects of SHRM.

This a useful reference work which is also readble - a rare combination!

The subject material is covered thoroughly while acknowledging the various criticisms from competing perspectives. Having used this book to teach SHRM for three years, I can honestly say that there were no complaints about it from students - a major plus!
Dominic Mcloughlin
Although this is primarily a text book for lecturers and university students, it does provide a good summary of the main aspects of SHRM.

This a useful reference work which is also readble - a rare combination!

The subject material is covered thoroughly while acknowledging the various criticisms from competing perspectives. Having used this book to teach SHRM for three years, I can honestly say that there were no complaints about it from students - a major plus!
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