A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice

Reviewed by Roland Buresund

Outstanding *********

Last modified: May 21, 2007, 2:54 a.m.

My first impression was: talk about bible like…

After having started to read it, I was very impressed of the width of the subjects covered. It was in reality everything that could go into an MBA course on HRM, with pointers to more in-depth reading on the side.

This must be one of the very best HRM starting books on the market, it explains all concepts, even the criticisms, and manages to do so in a very readable and coherent way. To all yoy guys/gals out there that didn't specialise in HRM in your MBA courses, this book will (nearly) make you an expert in the subject.

Warmly recommended.


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