|International Human Resource Management||
International Human Resource Management
|74.20||approx. 7-9 days|
This engaging textbook offers a readable introduction to International Human Resource Management. It explores the international dimensions of managing human resources, with a focus on comparative HRM and multinational organisations. It tackles the issues raised by cross-national differences in HRM styles and explores key themes.
Chapter 1 - Globalization, National Systems & Multinational Companies
Chapter 2 - National Employment Systems and International HRM
Chapter 3 - The European Union: A Case of Advanced Regional Integration
Chapter 4 - International Structure and Strategy
Chapter 5 - Global Integration
Chapter 6 - The Transfer of HR Practices in MNCs
Chapter 7 - Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions
Chapter 8 - Outsourcing and Human Resource Management
Chapter 9 - International Leadership DevelopmentChapter 10 - Recruitment and Selection of International Managers
Chapter 11 - International pay and compensation
Chapter 12 - International and Comparative Employee Voice
Chapter 13 - International Corporate Social Responsibility
Chapter 14 - International Migration and HRM
International Human Resource Management: Globalization, National Systems and Multinational Companies
Tony Edwards & Chris Rees, Third edition
This engaging textbook offers an accessible introduction to International Human Resource Management. It explores the international dimensions of managing human resources with a focus on comparative HRM and multinational organisations. It tackles the issues raised by cross-national differences in HRM styles and explores key themes, including:
Ideal for undergraduates taking International HRM courses, those taking Masters programmes in HRM, and MBA students, the text may also be relevant to comparative industrial relations courses that feature multinational companies.
Fully revised and updated in this new third edition, this textbook features:
About the authors
Tony Edwards is Professor of Comparative Management at Kings' College London.
Chris Rees is Professor of Employment Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London.