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Employee Benefits Design and Planning: A Guide to Understanding Accounting, Finance, and Tax Implications

by Bashker D. Biswas

This book offers  guidance for understanding benefits options and plan structures, and making better decisions for your organization. Writing for both HR and finance professionals, internationally respected...


High Potential

by Ian MacRae & Adrian Furnham

Nurturing future talent – choosing the right people, developing the good into the best and keeping hold of the brightest – is essential for business.

This research-led yet accessible book offers a practical...


The Field Guide to the 6Ds: How to Use the Six Disciplines to Transform Learning into Business Results

by Andy Jefferson, Roy V. H. Pollock & Calhoun Wick

Practical guidelines for implementing the six disciplines of breakthrough learning

The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning has become a standard for companies serious about increasing the return on their...


Gen Y Now: Millennials and the Evolution of Leadership

by Buddy Hobart & Herb Sendek

Strategies for managing the real Generation Y

A new generation of workers is forcing employers to rethink the workplace. Generation Y, or Millennials, bring new ideas, innovation, and energy as they enter the...


Changes in Working Time (Routledge Revivals): An International Review

by Paul Blyton

First published in 1985, this book examines the major components of working time from an international perspective, considering the individual aspects of working time, with particular emphasis on the argument...


How To Organize Offshore and Nearshore Collaboration

by Hugo Messer, Darel Cullen, Abhilash Chandran & Andy Jordan et al.

How do you organize a remote collaboration? What process should you introduce? How do you communicate your requirements? How do you ensure people are doing what they are supposed to be doing? These questions...


Revolutionize Learning & Development: Performance and Innovation Strategy for the Information Age

by Clark N. Quinn

Transform learning and development practices to make your programs relevant and meaningful

Existing training and development practices need a major overhaul. Learning and development practitioners and managers...


Fusion or Fizzle: How Leaders Leverage Training to Ignite Results

by Greg Schinkel & Irwin Schinkel

Achieve fusion between training outcomes and business strategies. Maximize return on investment by linking training to increased profitability, revenue growth, customer satisfaction, improved safety and cost...


Employee Surveys That Work: Improving Design, Use, and Organizational Impact

by Alec Levenson

Poorly designed employee surveys frustrate participants, analysts, and executives and can end up doing more harm than good. Alec Levenson offers sensible, practical ways to make them more useful and accurate...


Human Resource Management in Emerging Economies

by Piotr Zientara

The demise of communism in 1989 in eastern Europe, followed by the break-up of the Soviet Union and the spectacular rise of China and India in the 1990s, brought about a new world order. In eastern Europe communism...


Human Resource Management and the Institutional Perspective

by Geoffrey Wood, Chris Brewster & Michael Brookes

One of the most influential debates across business and management studies has centered on the relative impact of institutions on the fortunes of firms and nations. However, analyses have primarily focused on...


Risky Business: Managing Employee Violence in the Workplace

by William Winston & Lynne F Mcclure

Risky Business tells in plain language the specific behaviors that indicate an employee has the potential to become violent, and it tells managers what to do--and what not to do--to prevent workplace violence....


Training That Delivers Results: Instructional Design That Aligns with Business Goals

by Dick Handshaw

Instructional designers and other training professionals are often stuck in order-taking roles. The company wants training on a specific topic--business writing, behavioral interviewing, customer service--and...


The Complete Guide to Understanding, Controlling, and Stopping Bullies & Bullying at Work: A Complete Guide for Managers, Supervisors, and Co-Workers

by Margaret R Kohut

"According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), more than two million workers in the United States alone are victims of workplace violence each year, leading to millions of dollars lost...


A Field Guide for Organisation Development: Taking Theory into Practice

by Ed Griffin, Mike Alsop & Martin Saville

Through contributions from leading organisation development practitioners with unparalleled experience, A Field Guide for Organisation Development answers four questions: What is OD and why does it matter? Where...


Using Experience to Develop Leadership Talent: How Organizations Leverage On-the-Job Development

by Cynthia D. McCauley & Morgan W. McCall

How organizations can effectively put experience at the center of the development process

Research increasingly and conclusively shows that effective leaders continue to learn, grow, and change throughout their...


Evaluating Human Capital Projects: Improve, Prove, Predict

by Jane Massy & Jeremy Harrison

How can we be sure that all those projects, programmes and activities that depend for their quality, efficiency and effectiveness on people's performance have met their objectives?

How can we improve the ways...


Managing Talent: Recruiting, Retaining, and Getting the Most from Talented People

by Marion Devine, Michel Syrett & The Economist

Survey after survey confirms how the success of businesses has become increasingly dependent on the ability and skills of their staff. And because talented workers are in short supply, the hunt for people of...


The Managers Quest: Managing to Make a Difference

by Dr. S. Brett Savage & Ian Critchley

Research at Harvard University that started over forty years ago, and continued by the authors to the present, has consistently shown sound business practices that offer the greatest opportunities to businesses...


Generational Diversity at Work: New Research Perspectives

by Emma Parry

Over the past decade much attention has been paid to the apparent differences in consumption preferences or workplace attitudes and behaviours across generations. Within Western economies such as the USA, UK...