Human resource management in Australia

strategy people performance

Robin Kramar, Helen De Cieri

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Abstract

Offers lecturers and students the strongest product in the market. The authors emphasise the importance of strategic human resource management (HRM) and the links between strategy, people and performance. Australian authors. Part I. Managing the Human Resource Environment -- 1. Human resource management in Australia -- 2. Strategic human resource management -- 3. The legal context for human resource management -- 4. Occupational health and safety -- 5. Industrial relations -- Part II. Building Human Resource Management Systems -- 6. Analysis and design of work -- 7. Human resource planning and human resource information systems -- 8. Recruitment and selection -- Part III. Developing People -- 9. Managing diversity and work-life balance -- 10. Performance management -- 11. Learning and development -- 12. Employee development and career management -- Part IV. Rewarding People -- 13. Managing compensation -- 14. Performance-related pay -- Part V. Contemporary Issues for Human Resource Management -- 15. Ethics and human resource management -- 16. International human resource management -- 17. Managing employee turnover and retention -- 18. Evaluating and improving the human resource function -- Endnotes -- Glossary
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNorth Ryde, NSW
PublisherMcGraw Hill
ISBN (Print)9780070135031
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Keywords

  • Personnel management--Australia
  • Career development--Australia
  • Work

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