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by Ivan T. Robertson,Cary L. Cooper

Free eBook Personnel Psychology and Human Resources Management: A Reader for Students and Practitioners (Key Issues in Industrial  Organizational Psychology) download ISBN: 0471495573
Author: Ivan T. Robertson,Cary L. Cooper
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (June 28, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 466
Category: Work and perfomance
Subcategory: Human Resources
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Personnel Psychology and Human Resources Management: A Reader for Students and Practitioners. Download Product Flyer. Militza Callinan is a lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management in the Management Division at Leeds University Business School. PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY.

Cary L. Cooper, Ivan T. Robertson.

Автор: Ivan T. Robertson, Cary L. Cooper Название: Personnel Psychology and Human . Globalizing Human Resource Management serves to establish the agenda for global HR as seen through the eyes of HR professionals themselves.

Globalizing Human Resource Management serves to establish the agenda for global HR as seen through the eyes of HR professionals themselves. The text is a broad, coherent overview of the field of IHRM and a detailed, practical analysis of what is needed to be successful in this crucial area of modern management.

Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management: Towards a European Approach. Practicum training is an integral part of postgraduate organisational psychology training in Australia, yet little is known about the experience of students

Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management: Towards a European Approach. Human resource management (HRM) is largely American in origin and carries with it a distinctive unitarist and individualist focus. Practicum training is an integral part of postgraduate organisational psychology training in Australia, yet little is known about the experience of students.

Human resources management (HRM) can be broadly defined as all those .

Human resources management (HRM) can be broadly defined as all those activities associated with the management of work and people in organizations (Boxall & Purcell, 2011). It serves as a focus of study but also as an occupation for specialists and a day-to-day component of the work of line managers. The third influence is W/O psychology and the overlapping field of organizational behavior. The practice of what we now describe as HRM emerged in the early decades of the 20th century.

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Part of a three-volume set of books which are themed collections ofreprinted articles from the International Review of Industrial andOrganizational Psychology (IRIOP) from 1997-2001. Each volumeprovides collections around a topic area, with new introductionswritten by the editors for each volume. Written by leading scholarswith international reputations in their fields, this authoritativecollection provides a high quality, review that will be aninvaluable resource for students, researchers and practitioners. * Topic focussed, 'best of' collections on a specific themeconveniently incorporated into one book * Ideal for graduate study, dissertations, projects, seminars This volume covers key topics at the interface of human resourcemanagement (HRM) and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Thechapters focus on the individual and are grouped into two sections:Personnel Psychology covering topics such as personnel selection,assessment, 360 degree feedback, assessment centres and cognitiveability testing and HRM which considers wider issues, includinglearning strategies, training, absence, turnover, commitment andthe psychological contract.