Handbook of Human Resource ManagementBook - 1995
The Handbook of Human Resource Management has been specifically designed to bridge the divide between academic research and professional practice. It reflects comprehensive coverage of traditional and contemporary HRM subject matter, as well as new issues and challenges for the future. Consisting of 32 chapters and a total of 78 authors, including the top HR scholars and some of the most prominent HR managers, executives and consultants in the field today, the handbook is a unique resource for HR professionals and is also suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students on HRM courses.
Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Blackwell Pub., 1995
Branch Call Number: 658.3 H236
Characteristics: xxxvii, 666 p. : ill. ; 25 cm