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Human Resource Management in Australia, 5th Edition


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by: Robin Kramar | Timothy Bartram | Helen De Cieri | Raymond Noe | John Hollenbeck

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Retail Price: $164.95

Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,14.09.13

Category: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 1743070535
ISBN13: 9781743070536

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PRESCRIBED TEXT FOR:

Institution:
Australian Catholic University - Mackillop (North Sydney) - First Semester 1501
Course Code:
HRMG200
Subject:
HRMG200 (Strategic Hrm)

Course Code:
HRMG601
Subject:
HRMG601 (Human Resource Management)

Course Code:
HRMG604
Subject:
HRMG604 (Strategic Human Resource Management)

Institution: UTS Broadway - First Semester 1501
Course Code: 21720
Subject: Human Resource Management

The fifth edition of Kramar's Human Resource Management has been updated and revised to provide students with the latest research information and a fundamental knowledge about the theory and practice of HRM.

Emerging trends and issue that have significant implications for HRM are highlighted throughout the material. These include offshore work, the effects of the global economic downturn and diversity among others. Throughout the text, the authors address the key categories of challenges faced by businesses today; namely managing for globalisation, innovation, sustainability, attracting and retaining talent.

Human Resource Management addresses the real-world challenges for HRM in Australia and Asia-Pacific region by providing recent, local examples.