DescriptionManaging People and Organisations covers the content of the CIPD intermediate level optional units in human resource management. The book is written and edited by CIPD accredited experts in the field with a wealth of experience in teaching, writing and examining, and covers the unit learning outcomes. It also includes reflective activities, annotated further reading, and case studies.
ContentsChapter 1: Human Resource Service Delivery (Gail Swift)
Chapter 2: Employment Law (Stephen Taylor and Krystal Wilkinson)
Chapter 3: Resourcing and Talent Planning (Stephen Taylor and Krystal Wilkinson)
Chapter 4: Employee Engagement (Ted Johns)
Chapter 5: Contemporary Developments in Employee Relations (Cecilia Ellis)
Chapter 6: Reward Management (Graham Perkins and Carol Woodhams)
Stephen Taylor, Chartered FCIPD, is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School. He is also a Chief Examiner for the CIPD.Carol Woodhams
Carol Woodhams, Chartered FCIPD, is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter. She is CIPD National Examiner for the topic Designing and Delivering Training.
Reviews'The editors have brought together a team of experts who have produced a book eminently suitable for the Certificate in HR Management. Each chapter covers its subject in sufficient depth for this level of study and there are clear links to modules and their learning outcomes, which will be appreciated by students and lecturers.'
Tony Hewling, CIPD Courses Team Leader, City College Plymouth
'At last, a book that has been written for students studying CIPD at an intermediate level, that identifies and supports the core subject areas by introducing students to key models and theories and directing students to other resources to further support specific subject knowledge.'
Linda Coles, Fellow CIPD, Northampton University
'A very readable, practical and informative text which will be a valuable study aid to both students undertaking the HRM intermediate qualifications and to general business degree students wanting to understand more about managing people in organisations.'
Sally Rumbles, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for HRM Degree programmes, Portsmouth University