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Human Resource Management
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Human Resource Management
Strategic and International Perspectives

Fourth Edition
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January 2024 | 432 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This popular text treats international, strategic and contemporary issues as central to the study and practice of Human Resource Management. Its practical focus helps you develop the skills needed for the world of work, through learning features such as HRM in Practice, Developing Key Skills and Debating HRM. 

The fourth edition has been thoroughly updated and brings you:

Case studies which offer a link between theory and practical challenges in the international HR environment 
A new chapter on Work-Related Mental Health and Wellbeing 
Coverage of cutting-edge topics such as Diversity and Inclusion, Sustainability, Artificial Intelligence and Corporate Social Responsibility
NEW Future Insights and Considering Sustainability features 

Jonathan R. Crawshaw is Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) and Director of Research for the Work and Organisation Department at Aston Business School, Aston University.  

Pawan Budhwar 
is the 50th Anniversary Professor of International HRM at Aston Business school.

Ann Davis
is Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Resourcing and Development at the University of Sydney Business School.

 
PART ONE: STRATEGIC ISSUES IN HRM
 
Chapter 1: Introduction: Context and Challenges for HRM
 
Chapter 2: HRM and Firm Performance
 
Chapter 3: Organisational Change and HRM
 
Chapter 4: Digitisation, Artificial Intelligence and HRM
 
Chapter 5: Ethics and HRM
 
Chapter 6: Globalism, Multinational Enterprises and HRM
 
Chapter 7: Employee Work-Related Mental Health and Wellbeing
 
PART TWO: HRM IN PRACTICE
 
Chapter 8: Workforce Intelligence Planning
 
Chapter 9: Recruitment and Selection: Diversity, Sustainability and Artificial Intelligence
 
Chapter 10: Diversity and HRM
 
Chapter 11: Learning and Development
 
Chapter 12: Reward Strategies and Systems
 
Chapter 13: Performance Management and Motivation
 
Chapter 14: Workplace Relations and Regulations

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