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Fundamental of HRM - 4 Vols.

Contributor(s): Anderson, Neil [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Sage Library in Business and Management. Publisher: London Sage Publications 2007Description: xxvii, 390 p; vi, 313 p; vi, 483 p; vi, 305 p.ISBN: 9781412930802 (Set).Subject(s): Personnel managementDDC classification: R 658.3 Summary: Human resource management (HRM) as an international focus for research and practice is a well-established and respected branch of management science. The articles in this four-volume set are drawn from the best scholarship in the field and comprehensively cover the central currents of HRM as a discipline as well as reflecting its historical development. Advised by a panel of eminent HRM scholars, Neil Anderson has selected a collection of classic and field-defining articles. Volume One: HRM Defined and in Organization Context Volume Two: HRM Practices and Procedures I Volume Three: HRM Practices and Procedures II Volume Four: Key Debates and the Future of HRM Globally
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Human resource management (HRM) as an international focus for research and practice is a well-established and respected branch of management science. The articles in this four-volume set are drawn from the best scholarship in the field and comprehensively cover the central currents of HRM as a discipline as well as reflecting its historical development. Advised by a panel of eminent HRM scholars, Neil Anderson has selected a collection of classic and field-defining articles. Volume One: HRM Defined and in Organization Context Volume Two: HRM Practices and Procedures I Volume Three: HRM Practices and Procedures II Volume Four: Key Debates and the Future of HRM Globally

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