With over 40,000 copies sold since its inception, this fully updated fifth edition of the highly successful HRM in Ireland draws on contemporary research evidence and data on human resource management (HRM) and employment relations (ER) in Ireland, while also incorporating key international advancements in the field.
THIS NEW EDITION:
- Provides a critical, evidence-based review of the concepts of strategic HRM and ‘best practice’ HRM
- Reviews the role and organisational contribution of the specialist HR function and the respective impact of newer modes of HR service delivery (e.g. HR business partners and HR shared service centres)
- Analyses recent developments in the Irish and global economy and their impact on workforce management > Investigates the impact of ICT on HRM practice, focusing on the use of HR analytics to inform HR decision-making
- Examines contemporary events in the Irish labour market and the implications for HRM
- Reviews advances in employee recruitment, selection and development, using the latest Irish and international evidence
- Evaluates changes in Ireland’s dispute procedures, notably the Workplace Relations Act (2015) and the establishment of the Workplace Relations Commission
- Provides a critical review of reward and performance management systems, drawing on evidence and experiences in Irish organisations
ESSENTIAL READING FOR:
- Students on third level programmes in HRM, strategic management and employment relations
- All CIPD accredited programmes
- Students taking Human Resource Management as part of a Business Studies degree programme
- Postgraduate students where Human Resource Management is a component subject of their course
- HR practitioners, consultants, trade union officials and others with responsibility for the management and development of people
- Human Resource Management in Ireland: An Introduction
- Contextualising Human Resource Management in Ireland
- Strategy, Human Resource Management and Performance
- Human Resource Management and the Labour Market
- Human Resource Planning, Recruitment and Selection
- Motivation and Work Design
- Managing Rewards
- Managing Performance
- Workplace Learning and Development
- Employment Relations: Institutions and Actors
- Employer and Management Approaches to Employment Relations
- Employment Relations Practice
- Employment Law
Patrick Gunnigle PhD is Professor of Business Studies at the University of Limerick.
Noreen Heraty PhD is Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Development at the University of Limerick.
Michael J. Morley PhD is Professor of Management at the University of Limerick.