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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Strategic Human Resource Management provides a thorough overview of all aspects of human resource strategy and is designed as a benchmark text for undergraduate and MBA students.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Strategic Human Resource Management provides an in-depth theoretical treatment of the focal areas of the subject - strategic role of human resources in organizational performance, human resource environment in organizations, human resource evaluation, measurement of employee performance, mentoring, and career management.Among the important topics discussed are: human resources as strategic assets; management of human resources from an investment perspective; integration of human resource strategy and business strategy; human resource planning, training and development; and strategic management of performance, rewards, careers, work-life balance, mentoring, and diversity in human resources. Management students will find this book highly useful for its coverage of the fundamental concepts of strategic human resource management explained through case studies, examples, figures, and tables.Human resource managers will also find the book relevant to decision-making and establishing business strategy - HR strategy linkage.
Author notes provided by SyndeticsChristopher Mabey is a senior lecturer and Head of the centre for Human Resources and Change Management at the Open Business School. A Chartered Occupational Psychologist, he researches, writes and consults widely on individual and organizational development.
Graeme Salaman is Reader in Sociology in the Social Science faculty of the Open University. He has published extensively over many years in the sociology of work and organizations, and in human resource strategies.