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The SAGE Handbook of Human Resource Management

The SAGE Handbook of Human Resource Management

Second Edition
Edited by:
  • Adrian Wilkinson - Griffith University, Australia & University of Sheffield, UK, Griffith University and Visiting Professor at University of Sheffield
  • Nicolas Bacon - City, University of London
  • Scott Snell - University of Virginia
  • David Lepak - University of Massachusetts Amherst

June 2019 | 638 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

The new edition of this SAGE Handbook builds on the success of the first by providing a fully updated and expanded overview of the field of human resource management.

Bringing together contributions from leading international scholars - and with brand new chapters on key emerging topics such as talent management, engagement , e-HRM and big data - the Handbook focuses on familiarising the reader with the fundamentals of applied human resource management, while contextualizing practice within wider theoretical considerations. Internationally minded chapters combine a critical overview with discussion of key debates and research, as well as comprehensively dealing with important emerging interests. The second edition of this Handbook remains an indispensable resource for advanced students and researchers in the field.

PART 01: Context of Human Resource Management
PART 02: Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
PART 03: Contemporary Issues

Part 01: Context of Human Resource Management
Howard Gospel
Chapter 1: Human Resource Management: A historical perspective
Kaifeng Jiang & Pingshu Li
Chapter 2: Models of Strategic Human Resource Management
John Budd & Devasheesh Bhave
Chapter 3: The Employment Relationship: Key elements, alternative frames of reference, and implications for HRM
Michael Barry & Adrian Wilkinson
Chapter 4: Regulation , Deregulation or Re-Regulation? The changing regulative framework for HRM
David Collings & Kieran Conroy
Chapter 5: International Human Resource Management
Elaine Farndale, Chris Brewster, & Wolfgang Mayrhofer
Chapter 6: Comparative HRM
Shad Morris, Oded Shenkar, & Alison Mackey
Chapter 7: Managing Across Organizational Boundaries: The New Employment Relationship and its Human Resource Management Implications
Part 02: Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
Filip Lievans & Derek Chapman
Chapter 8: Recruitment and Selection
Irena Grugulis
Chapter 9: Training, Development and Skills
Eva Gallardo-Gallardo & Marian Thunnissen
Chapter 10: Talent Management: Disentangling key ideas
Lacey Leone McLaughlin, Albert A. Vicere, & Ian Ziskin
Chapter 11: Leadership Development: The shift from "ready now" to "ready able"
Michelle Brown
Chapter 12: Understanding Performance Appraisal: Supervisory and Employee Perspectives
Barry Gerhart & Ingo Weller
Chapter 13: Compensation
Anne-Marie Greene
Chapter 14: HRM, Equality and Diversity
Adrian Wilkinson & Paula Mowbray
Chapter 15: Creating and Sustaining Involvement and Participation in the Workplace
Tanya Bondarouk, Huub Ruël, & B Roeleveld
Chapter 16: Exploring Electronic HRM: management fashion or fad?
Rebecca Loudoun & Richard Johnstone
Chapter 17: Health, Safety and Wellbeing
Peter Sheldon, Greg Bamber, Christopher Land-Kazlauskas, & Thomas A. Kochan
Chapter 18: Industrial Relations: Changing trends across theory, policy and practice
Brian Klaas
Chapter 19: Discipline and Grievances
Stewart Johnstone
Chapter 20: Downsizing
Ji Koung Kim & Jeffery LePine
Chapter 21: Employee Engagement: The past, present and the future
Janet Walsh
Chapter 22: Working Time and Work-Life Balance
Sharon Parker, Caroline Knight, & Sandra Ohly
Chapter 23: The changing face of work design research: Past, present, and future directions
Part 03: Contemporary Issues
Dorothea Roumpi & John E. Delery
Chapter 24: Strategic Human Resource Management: Where do we go from here?
Fang Lee Cooke
Chapter 25: Human Resource Management in Developing Countries
Jonathan Michie
Chapter 26: HRM and National Economic Performance
Paul Boselie, Jaap Paauwe, & Monique Veld
Chapter 27: Human Resource Management and the Resource Based View
Mark Huselid & Dana Minbaeva
Chapter 28: Big Data and Human Resource Management
Niki A. den Nieuwenboer & Linda Treviño
Chapter 29: Human Resources and Ethics Management: Partners in (Reducing) Crime
Paul Edwards & Monder Ram
Chapter 30: HRM in Small Firms: Balancing Informality with Formality
B. Sebastian Reiche & Dana Minbaeva
Chapter 31: HRM in Multinational Companies
Stephen Bach
Chapter 32: Human Resource Management in the Public Sector: New public management, responsive governance and the consequences of the economic crisis

The new edition of the Sage Handbook 'The SAGE Handbook of Human Resource Management' edited by Adrian Wilkinson, Nick Bacon, Scott Snell and David Lepak brings together many of the world's leading academic experts on HRM to provide 32 high quality chapters addressing all the contemporary issues in HRM. The outstanding set of contributors to this volume provide a state-of-the-art analysis of the evolution, the challenges and the emerging developments in HRM within an international context.  Anyone looking for thoughtful and authoritative accounts of all the important areas of HRM will find them here.

David E. Guest
Professor of Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management, King's College London

This handbook offers powerful, convincing and authoritative accounts of current debates in the field of Human Resource Management as well as mapping out likely future developments. It provides an indispensable source of material for the next generation of scholars, practitioners and students in the field.

Kim Hoque
Professor of Human Resource Management, Warwick Business School

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