The Sage Handbook of Human Resource Management
May 19, 2010
An indispensable resource for students and researchers in the field, the Handbook grounds the reader in the fundamentals of human resource management whilst contextualizing practice within wider theoretical considerations. Internationally focused chapters combine a critical overview with discussion of key debates and research, while unravelling important emerging interests through the lens of psychology, politics, sociology and economics.
Organized into four sections, Part I frames and introduces the subject in general terms; Part II offers state-of-the-art commentary on fundamental principles; Part III discusses contemporary issues, and Part IV offers sector-specific analysis, including environments traditionally overlooked by HRM scholarship.
The Sage Handbook of Human Resource Management, edited by Adrian Wilkinson … [et al.]. Los Angeles ; London : Sage, 2009. 592 p. ISBN 9781412928298
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