Equips business students with the study skills, interpersonal skills and professional skills that they need for successful study and employment. This text contains examples and case studies relevant to a range of business settings, including HRM, marketing and finance, so that students can understand how the skills they learn apply in practice.
Coaching is an expensive development option and it isn't appropriate in every circumstance. This book aims to tell you when it's effective and when it's not. It tells you what the benefits are for the individual and what they are for the organisation. It also tells you what you need to do to make it work and what not to do.
Intended for the 'Employee Reward' module on the CIPD's postgraduate qualification, as well as for Reward modules in a HR and business degree market, this text focuses on Reward in the market place. It seeks to build on the legacy of the Armstrong text but offer a comprehensive, student friendly and critical approach to the subject area.
A book on employment law for those studying human resource management, a business degree programme or the CIPD's employment law specialist elective. It covers the key areas of employment law from the formation of contracts of employment to the preservation of human rights.
With company accounts recording the costs associated with people, not the benefits that they bring, this text explores the experiences of 10 case study organisations that are making real and deliberate efforts to understand the contributions of their employees, and how that contributes to the success of the business.
Mentoring is the most cost-efficient and sustainable method of fostering and developing talent within your organisation. This book explains what mentoring is, what various models there are and how these differ from coaching. It shows you how to make a business case for mentoring and then how to set up, run and maintain your own programme.