John Bratton - Human Resource Management
This text is a comprehensive introduction to human resource management which illustrates theory in practice and encourages students to reflect on current thinking in a critical way and challenge assumptions. Up to date with developments, the authors critically evaluate post-bureaucracy organizational forms, workplace violence, European Works Councils, discipline at work, the law relating to union management, knowledge management, e-recruitment and e-learning amongst others.
Review: ‘A highly comprehensive and accessible text that presents a critical evaluation of developments in the subject.’ — Stephen Wood, Institute of Work Psychology, University of Sheffield, UK
‘A tour de force in the theory and practice of modern HRM.’ — Henrik Holt Larsen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
‘Even more student (and teacher!) friendly’ — Daniel Vloeberghs, Professor of HRM and Organisational Communication, University of Antwerp, Belgium