Innovation in Human Resource Management: Tooling Up for the Talent Wars
Alec Reed believes that the success of businesses in this environment depends on the ability of HR to be wholly involved in every stage of an employee's work life cycle. Drawing on his experience and the latest research from both sides of the Atlantic, he provides guidance on innovative practice in: attraction; recruitment; induction; career development; reward and retention; administration; and release.
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